Botox & Dysport
Delievering lifted lines for the best minimally invasive anti-aging results.
If you’re looking to soften wrinkles or erase fine lines, Botox is the most effortless, comfortable cosmetic procedure that will produce the youthful, rejuvenating results you’re looking for. Botox is a medication that is injected into the desired area using a very small needle. It’s job is to relax the muscle that makes the expression that is causing the wrinkle. This gives skin a smoother, more youthful appearance.
With aging, stress, and time, most people begin to witness forehead wrinkles, worry lines, a pinched eyebrow and crow’s feet whenever they look themselves in the mirror. BOTOX is an easy, non-permanent, non-surgical way to deal with these problems. It is a safe and effective method of rejuvenating your look and balance.
What Areas Can Botox Help?
Botox treats creasing and lines commonly around the forehead, eyes, and mouth. Just a few quick injections can smooth out and even lift problem areas!
Botox cosmetic treatments can alleviate:
● "11’s” or frown lines
● Crows feet
● Smile lines/peri-oral rhytids
● Gummy smiles
● Sagging jowls
● Forehead creases
● Teeth grinding/TMJ
If you are unhappy with the appearance of lines, wrinkles and creases on your skin, or you want to create a better definition for any of your facial features, then you’re the ideal candidate for Botox treatment. You may also be looking to take preventative measures, blocking the formation of more fine lines and creasing. Botox will smooth out existing lines and wrinkles while also working to prevent the appearance of more. If you want to target your eyes, neck, mouth, chin, jawline or forehead, Botox is a great choice.
How long does Botox Last?
Botox results can last for three to five months, depending on the patient, which means you’ll need a fully customized treatment plan to maintain your results. Generally speaking, patients will come back every three to five months for another round.
How many units of Botox do I need?
Each patient is unique, with different goals and needs. As such, the number of units your treatment would require depends entirely on which areas you’d like to treat.