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Wrinkle Treatment/Botox

Some Age. Others use Botox

When discussing facial lines we generally speak of two types; static and dynamic lines. Static lines are present on the face whether you are making an expression or not. This means the damage to the skin has already been done. Dynamic lines are the lines that are there only during expression. The goal of a neuromodulator is to relax the muscle enough to the point that there will be no lines when you make an expression. We have thorough, in depth knowledge of facial anatomy that is crucial for us as your injectors to deliver the best, most natural outcomes. Each treatment dose is customized to each muscle we inject. Customized dosing allows us to give you the desired outcome whether it’s to be completely “frozen” or to still have some movement and expression. In other words, you can do a little, or a lot! Neurotoxins are most commonly used for aesthetic purposes but are also used for:


  • Migraine Treatment

  • Jaw Clenching

  • Teeth Grinding

  • Excessive Sweating (forehead, underarms, hands)

  • Neck and Back Pain

  • Muscle Spasms


Aesthetic treatment areas include:

  • Forehead 

  • Glabella (11’s, between the eyebrows)

  • Bunny Lines on Nose or Tip of Nose pulling
    down when smiling

  • Crows Feet (outer eyes)

  • Jawline Slimming

  • Gummy Smiles

  • Lip Flip (curling lip under when smiling)

  • Persistent Frown

  • Chin Dimples

  • Platysmal Bands (Neck)


Each area is dosed individually, for the amount of units needed per area please schedule a consultation. 

Types of Neuromodulators


Botox vs. Xeomin

The two are both made from Botulinum Toxin-A which is completely safe! Botox (made by Allergan) was first FDA approved for eye muscle disorders in 1989 and was the first FDA approved Neurotoxin for cosmetic use in 2002. In 2010 Xeomin (made by MERZ Pharmaceuticals) was FDA-approved for cosmetic use and is chemically similar in composition, the difference is a small protein that was taken out. The protein found in Botox has been shown to have an effect on the body that diminishes the effects of Botox over time, thus needing more Botox later on. Xeomin does not have the protein that diminishes the effects of the Neurotoxin therefore you get the same results years later. Unit measurements are also equivalent between the two products, 20u of Botox is equal to 20u of Xeomin. 

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