Neuromodulators (aka Botox, Xeomin, Dysport) are used for treatment of facial wrinkles is the most frequently performed cosmetic procedure in the United States, and it is one of the most common entry procedures for clinicians seeking to incorporate aesthetic treatments into their practice.
Treatment of frown lines and crow's feet, which are the cosmetic indications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and horizontal forehead lines, offers predictable results, has few adverse effects, and is associated with high patient satisfaction. Wrinkles are formed by dermal atrophy and repetitive contraction of underlying facial musculature.
Neuromodulators work by inhibiting the release of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction. Injection of small quantities of botulinum toxin into specific overactive muscles causes localized muscle relaxation that smooths the overlying skin and reduces wrinkles.
Areas offered to be injected:
Glabellar Region (frown lines)
Bunny LInes (bridge of nose)
Frontalis Region (forehead)
Crow’s Feet (lateral side of eyes)
Masseter Muscle (Lateral sides of jaw)