As we age, fine lines and wrinkles become more apparent. Botox and Xeomin injections help keep skin smooth and youthful by temporarily paralyzing the muscles that cause these lines and wrinkles. Our skilled injectors will discuss your specific concerns and examine the treatment areas to determine if Botox or Xeomin is the right fit for you.
Our terrific Nurse Injectors are available on Tuesdays, Fridays and every other Saturday.
What is the Difference Between Botox & Xeomin?
BOTOX Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) is the only FDA approved prescription injection that temporarily improves both moderate to severe lines and wrinkles in adults over 18 years of age. The effects of a treatment can be seen within days and can last up to 3-6 months.
How much does it cost? $11.00 per unit
XEOMIN® is a Botox alternative. It contains the same active ingredient as Botox, however it does not contain any additives. The major benefit of a pure-form injectable is that the human body is less likely to become resistant to Xeomin because there are simply less ingredients in the solution. Some experts have also found that Xeomin has the ability to last slightly longer than Botox in some individuals.
How much does it cost? $10.00 per unit
What are the Best Treatment Areas for Botox & Xeomin?
BOTOX® & XEOMIN® can help temporarily improve and prevent..
- Frown lines between the brows
- Worry lines in the forehead
- Smile Lift to raise corners of the mouth
- Lip Flip to achieve fuller looking upper lip
- Dimpled Chin
- Crow’s Feet around the eyes
- Eyebrow Lift
- Jaw Slimming
What Should I Expect from My First Visit?
Our patients love Botox and Xeomin due to the quickness of the procedure and fast recovery process. Appointments usually only take 30 minutes or less.
Our injectors strive to provide natural-looking results. They will access your face to determine the right area to inject and units to use to achieve your goals without looking frozen or expressionless.
We advise our patients to avoid strenuous exercise for the first day after treatment. Do not lie down for the first few hours following the treatment, and avoid rubbing or applying pressure to the area for at least 12 hours to avoid spreading the product to other areas.