Dysport, Botox and Xeomin
As we age, collagen and elastin production begins to slow, starting around age 30. We start developing fine lines and wrinkles that worsen with age.
Neuromodulators (aka Botox, Xeomin, Dysport) are used to combat wrinkles as we age. Neuromodulator treatments are the most frequently performed cosmetic procedure in the United States.
Wrinkles worsen over time by dermal atrophy and repetitive contraction of the 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.
Glabellar Region (frown lines)
Bunny LInes (bridge of the nose)
Frontalis Region (forehead)
Crow's Feet (lateral side of eyes)
Masseter Muscle (Lateral sides of the jaw)
Wrinkles around the Mouth
Clients report high satisfaction after just one treatment. They immediately see the softening of the muscles that create wrinkles. A treatment takes about 20 minutes. We start the consultation by discussing your areas of concern and the results you're wanting to achieve. Then we administer a few tiny injections that are almost painless. Results can be seen in 3-14 days following the procedure.
We also accept both Galderma Aspire Rewards Program and Alli by Botox