Liquid Face Lift - Neurotoxin injections

Neuromodulators (Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®) are injected into specific areas to create a temporary loss of muscle tone, resulting in a reduction of the lines of the upper face and forehead, and the deep furrows between the eyebrows to produce a pleasing effect.

After treatment, the overlying skin remains smooth and unwrinkled while the untreated facial muscles contract in a normal fashion, allowing normal facial expression to be unaffected.

Neuromodulator injections take about 10 minutes to perform and last an average of 3-4 months. After injections, neuromodulators have been noted to have a long-lasting effect in the elimination of the deep furrows between the eyebrows, forehead wrinkles and crow’s feet.

No sedation or local anesthetic is required, and you can resume normal activities immediately. You can even drive yourself home or back to the office. The effect of the neuromodulators is seen within 2-5 days after the injections, but may take up to 2 weeks to see the full effect. The side effects, which most commonly involve bruising at the injection site, are minimal and temporary.

Neuromodulators are an excellent treatment for the deep furrows between the eyebrows, forehead lines, crow’s feet and wrinkles.

During your consultation, we will review your concerns, medical history and a treatment plan will be created for you.

Full dosing for full face $1700, promotional pricing includes full dose, and a complementary touch up. Neuromodulators are medications, and like any other medication, it has a recommended dosage that is to be determined by a medical professional. The dosage is measured in units, which ensures that patients will get exactly what they pay for (you are only paying for the amount you need). The best results come from combining the appropriate dosage with precise targeting. Consultations stand for 2 weeks.

Areas will include a combination of the following (5+ areas):

Glabellar unit: between the brows
Frontalis : horizontal wrinkles on the forehead
Crows feet around the eyes, brows, under eyes and upper nose
Mouth (frown, gummy smile, chin dimples)

Masseters (jaw slimming)- 2 areas OR
Full neck and jaw (skin tightening & reduced lines) - 2 areas

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Forehead (10-30 units)

The forehead is the most common Botox injection site, as it’s where many people first see the signs of aging. Horizontal wrinkles along the brow are easily treated with Botox injections.

Between Eyebrows (10-25 units)

The area between your eyebrows, also known as the glabella, or “11” lines, is also a popular treatment area. Smoothing out these vertical wrinkles corrects a tired or angry appearance for a more vibrant look.

Upper Eyebrow (2-5 units each side)

Botox injected into the upper eyebrow can mimic the effects of an eyebrow lift by relaxing the muscles that cause upper eyelids to droop.

Crow’s Feet (5-15 units each side)

Crow’s feet are the small, branching wrinkles that form at the corner of the eye when smiling. The skin in this area is much thinner than in other parts of the face, exacerbating the appearance of wrinkles.

Bunny Lines (5-10 unites each side)

Bunny lines, otherwise known as nasalis lines, are the rabbit-like wrinkles that appear on the side of your nose when you scrunch up your face, smile or laugh. These lines sometimes extend upwards to the lower eyelid.

Dimpled Chin (2-6 units)

A puckered or dimpled chin can worsen with age as the muscles in the chin area become more overactive. The natural age-related loss of collagen increases this dimpled appearance. Botox smooths the chin area for a more youthful look.

Smile Lines (3-6 units each side)

Lines that form at the corners of the mouth can sometimes extend downwards towards the jaw, or even cause the corners of the mouth to droop. Botox injections at this site can help you maintain a happier, more lively appearance.

Neck Bands (25-50 units)

Both horizontal and vertical wrinkles appear in the neck area with age. Botox works by preventing neck muscles from sagging, and can also improve the jawline for a look that mimics the results of a neck lift.

Non-Surgical Nose Job (2-4 units)

Botox applied to the base of the nose can raise the nasal tip. This works by weakening the muscles which pull the tip of the nose down as you smile or talk. Sometimes known as liquid rhinoplasty, this technique can be combined with dermal fillers for a re-contouring of the nose.

Botox Lip Flip (10 units)

Otherwise known as a Botox lip lift, this technique may also be done with Botox alone or combine with lip fillers. Botox provides a fuller lip pout by mildly rolling the upper lip outward. Fine lines around the upper lip are minimized as a pleasant side effect of this procedure.

Gummy Smile Treatment (2-4 units)

Excessive elevating of the upper lip when smiling is known as a gummy smile, as the gums above the front teeth become exposed. Injecting Botox can weaken the retractor muscles that cause this effect.

Known as off-label uses, most of these non-cosmetic applications actually have been FDA approved. Botox could be the solution to your acne, muscle spasms, depression or neck pain. We outline some of the most common off-label uses below.

Temporomandibular Joint Disfunction – TMJ (20-100 units)

Commonly known as TMJ, the temporomandibular joint connects your jawbone and scull. Chronic pain and disorders result from injury or trauma, inflammation, arthritis, or overuse due to aging or teeth grinding.

Botox can alleviate TMJ pain by reducing tension in the jaw, relaxing muscles for ease of movement, and relieving associated headaches. For TMJ pain, your doctor may inject Botox into your jaw, temple, or forehead.

Migraine (30-150 units)

Treating migraine and chronic headaches with Botox has been FDA approved since 2010. Depending upon the type and severity of your migraines, injections may include the bridge of your nose, temples, or forehead, and even your neck, the back of your head and the area above your shoulder blades.

Treatment works best as a series. Some patients respond best after at least 2 sessions. Results should be apparent within 1-2 weeks after the injection, and can last for upwards of three months. Botox treatment should not conflict with any oral medications you are currently taking for acute of chronic migraine.

Excessive Sweating (40-150 units)

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating even without the usual triggers of exercise, heat or stress. Those who suffer this condition may sweat up to five times more than the average person, making daily activity uncomfortable, embarrassing, and stressful.