Botulinum Type A injections
Botulinum type A injections are by far the MOST POPULAR cosmetic treatments performed nationwide, helping millions fight wrinkles & rejuvenate their appearance.
Botulinum toxin type A is an injectable neurotoxin, better known under brand names such as Botox®, Dysport®, and Xeomin®. Neurotoxin treatments are the most popular single cosmetic procedure in the U.S. and are mainly used to smooth dynamic wrinkles, or those wrinkles that form as a result of facial movements like frowning, squinting, smiling, and other expressions we tend to make day after day.
treatment works by blocking nerve impulses to the muscles, causing them to relax. As a result, your expressions soften and the dynamic wrinkles are greatly reduced. Other treatments for neurotoxin include its original approval by the FDA to treat migraine headaches.
We’ve now implemented muscle exams to detect trigger point pain which can be resolved by the injection of neurotoxin to release the painful muscle activity. It’s great to be able to help clients look and feel better with these simple injections. Botulinum toxin injections are non-surgical and typically completed during an office visit. Your initial treatment will begin with a consultation, during which you will meet with the Facial Aesthetics Team to discuss your concerns and goals.
Please carefully read Facial Aesthetic Team’s pre-and post-care instructions to get the best, longest-lasting results.
How long do the results last?
The wrinkle-reducing effects from botulinum treatments will vary depending on the patient, the area treated, and the product used, but results will typically last anywhere from 2-4 months, with the average at 3 months. To maintain your results, Facial Aesthetics Team will simply repeat treatment, adjusting dosage and techniques as necessary to ensure optimal results.
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Types of botulinum injectables
Now you know that each of these products contain the same active ingredient: botulinum toxin type A, and are designed to address the same types of wrinkles and other cosmetic concerns. So how are they different? The main distinction lies in their formulation, which influences the dosage used, how much the product spreads, and how quickly a patient might see the results. For example, Botox is formulated with an accompanying protein. Dysport contains a smaller version of a similar protein, while Xeomin doesn’t contain an accompanying protein at all. All three products are FDA approved and have been used safely and effectively for years. Which of these products is best for you will depend on your unique anatomy, your goals, and Facial Aesthetics Team’s recommendations.