Botox & Fillers

It doesn´t matter if you´re from Hollywood or Bradford, Botox is now one of the most cost effective ways of reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

Introducing Mr Ivan Foo, plastic surgeon consultant MBBS (London), FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Plastic Surgery), based at The Yorkshire Clinic on Bradford Road, Bingley BD16 1TW.

To book an appointment for a free, no-obligation consultation or consultation combined with treatment. Contact The Yorkshire Clinic on 01274 550655. Ask to see Mr Foo on his Saturday Clinic, mentioning Millionhairs as the referral upon booking.

Mr Foo will also see Plastic Surgery consultations using the same booking system.

How it works

Botox works on a muscular level to block the nerve impulses that trigger wrinkle causing contractions. It’s considered to be one of the safest and most widely researched cosmetic products available today, when administered under medical supervision.

What can it do?

Botox can be used to reduce crow´s feet, frown lines and general facial wrinkles. A series of tiny injections are administered directly into the area and effects are experienced after approximately 48 hours and for a period of 4-6 months. (The full effects may take 1-3 weeks to develop). Botox can also be used in an advanced way to help prevent lip lines, droopy mouth corners and scraggy necks.

Pricing & Appointments

Please call Mr Foo and his botox team at the Yorkshire Clinic on 01274 550655 for prices and to book an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is It Safe?

Botox is recognised as one of the safest cosmetic treatments. Side effects are rarely serious and always temporary, which is why it is now the most popular cosmetic treatment in the world.
The most common side effect is bruising. To avoid bruising don’t take aspirin, anti-inflammatory tablets or vitamin E for 48 hours before treatment. Rarely a transient numbness may develop in the treated area. If you are pregnant or breast feeding the treatment is not recommended.

Can men have Botox treatment?

Yes, Botox works equally well for men and women. However, men may require a slightly higher dose due to stronger muscle contractions.

How long does it last for?

Botox lasts up to 3-4 months initially but each case is different. A two week reassessment is always good to assess the effect and consider a top up if necessary in certain areas. The effects of Botox can last around 6 months or longer if used long term.

What are the alternatives to Botox?

Semi-permanent make up provides a reduced wrinkle appearance and requires less frequent `top up´ treatments, usually every 6-9 months, as opposed to 3-4 months with Botox.

Other Questions?

If you have more questions and would like to speak with a professional for a free consultation where we will be happy to go through any questions or concerns you may have regarding Botox.


Please Call 01274 550655 to Make an Appointment