Botox / Dermal Filler
Botox / Dysport
We offer both Botox and Dysport for neuromodulator treatments for wrinkle reduction and improvement in skin contour. Our cosmetic nurse injectors practice advanced medical techniques that are virtually painless while delivering superior results.
We are proud to offer an array of leading dermal filler injectable products, from Juvederm to Restylane, to specifically fit our clients’ needs. Our master cosmetic nurse injectors will select the optimal dermal filler for your skin type and facial anatomy while working within all budgets parameters.
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Liquid Face Lift
People who want to add volume to their skin, reduce fine lines, or improve their skin’s texture, but who also want to avoid plastic surgery, are ideal candidates for PRP therapy and dermal filler treatments.
Bellafill is the only dermal filler that stimulates collagen growth long term to help maintain your youthful appearance for up to 5 years. You can look your best without wasting time and money.
Sculptra® is a cosmetic injectable product that stimulates your own natural collagen production to increase overall facial volume, while restoring support, structure,
elasticity and moisture
content to the skin.
A: Botox is actually made out of the same neurotoxin that causes botulism; Clostridium botulinum type A. As long as it is used in minuscule doses it is harmless.
The way that the toxin works is that it blocks communication between the nerves and the muscles in the face. When the communication is blocked, it causes a temporary paralysis that relaxes dynamic wrinkles that are caused by tense muscles.
Skilled professionals can strategically place Botox injections in areas of the face that cause wrinkles by studying the contour of the patient’s skin. A tiny amount of Botox in a precise location can do wonders for the entire facial area.
A: Every patient that receives a Botox treatment can have results that differ from the next person. In the typical situation, the first stages of the results will appear within the first 24 hours. However, not everybody sees results so quickly.
Many people will see changes in the way their skin looks within the first few days, however, it can take up to two weeks before the full results are visible.
Sometimes it takes a while for Botox to produce results because it has to reach the muscle on a cellular level in order to block the neurotransmitters. Although it may seem like it is taking forever, millions of people have gotten remarkable results by getting Botox treatments.
A: The cost of a Botox treatment will depend on the needs of the patient, and where the treatment is performed.
In a typical setting, Botox is measured and sold in units. A unit of Botox can cost anywhere between $10 and $15. A typical treatment can consist of an average of between 30 and 40 units.
A: The term “Botox” is short for Botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin type A is a neurotoxin that blocks communication between nerves and muscles. The Botox procedure essentially paralyzes the muscles in the face in order to prevent them from contracting.
A skilled Botox injector will be able to locate and target problem areas in the face so that they can administer the treatment in a way that is most beneficial for the patient. A tiny injection in the right spot will help to relax the muscles that are causing wrinkles. The injection, in turn, will cause the area that has been treated to smooth out and look amazing.
A: Some patients that have Botox treatments achieve results that last up three to four months, while others last up to six months
On average, Botox treatment results last between 3 and 4 months. However, many patients find that their initial treatment only lasts between 2 and 3 months, but the treatments that follow last longer as they continue to get continual treatments over time.