Neuromodulators (Botox) work on fine wrinkles of the face by temporarily paralyzing the muscles that cause these to develop. Treatments are most commonly performed around the eyes (crow’s feet), forehead lines, and vertical lines between the brows. Botox temporarily flattens these wrinkles for about 3 months, resulting in smoother skin and a refreshed look.
In addition, neuromodulators can also be used to sculpt the masseter muscles to narrow a wide jawline. They can also provide a more defined neckline by relaxing the downward pull of muscles in the neck.
Downward corners of the mouth, chin dimpling, gummy smiles, and "bunny lines" on the nose are other areas that can be treated.
We also treat facial nerve disorders following Bell’s palsy, facial paralysis, and brain surgery.
We make sure each treatment is individualized to fit your goals, keeping a pictorial record of your treatment and results. Our goal is to make sure that you get exactly the results you want with each treatment.
Botox neuromodulation is commonly performed by many aesthetic professionals. Surgeons trained in the art of facial plastic surgery have an unparalleled understanding of facial anatomy necessary to obtain safe, effective and reproducible results.
Please call our office if you would like to have a consultation with one of our specialists.