Why get Botox™®/Dysport™®/Xeomin™® Neuromodulators?
How Does Botox™®/Dysport™®/Xeomin™® Neuromodulators Work?
Like dermal fillers, Botox™®, Dysport™®, and Xeomin™® Neuromodulators also require a simple injection into the affected areas. These neuromodulators are injected in small doses into the specific muscles causing unwanted expression lines in the face and neck, weakening those muscles and softening wrinkles. The full effect may take 3 to 14 days after the injection and should last from 3 to 4 months. To maintain the effects, injections must be repeated. Repeat injections often result in the effect lasting slightly longer as the memory of initial muscle action that created the wrinkle fades over time. The procedure is quick, painless, and requires no recovery time.
Neuromodulator treatment is a safe and effective option for treating multiple areas of the face and neck.
These areas include:
- the mid forehead frown area (known as the “11” sign)
- horizontal forehead lines,
- crows feet (wrinkles to the outside of the eyes)
- bunny lines on the nose, downward turn of the corners of the mouth (called marionette lines)
and many more…
The vertical ropey structures on the neck that contribute to pulling the skin down (can be seen when you make an “eeeee” sound – called platysmal bands) can also be treated. Prior to treatment, all patients will receive a consultation to discuss the best treatment option, which areas to be treated, and the desired degree of treatment. At Art of SKIN Dermatology, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery, Botox™ ®, Dysport™ ®, and Xeomin™ ® Neuromodulators injections are only performed by licensed and experienced Dermatologist, Dr. Lubitz, who has been using neuromodulators to reduce wrinkles for over 15 years.
Other conditions that can be safely treated with Neuromodulators now include:
- Hyperhidrosis (increased sweating)
- Bruxism / TMJ pain (jaw pain due to clenching of the jaw)
- Masseter muscle hypertrophy reduction
All patients will receive a consultation prior to treatment. During the consultation, we will discuss whether a neuromodulator is the best treatment option in your particular case, the areas to be treated, and the degree of treatment desired to achieve the best results.
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