Botox & Dermal Fillers

Minimize the Appearance of Facial Lines and Look Young Again!

Botox & Dermal Fillers

With time, our so many facial expressions leave imprinted lines that progressively deepen. Botox® relaxes the muscles responsible for the dynamic wrinkles that cause frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead furrows, vertical lip lines, bunny lines. Also improves the appearance of gum show, mouth frown, and neck bands. With the proper dosage, and a skilled clinician, you’ll get incredible results and retain a very natural look.

We offer 3 great solutions for your lines of expression Call 702-406-0849 today and we’ll consult with you on which would be best to suit your individual needs!

BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in people 18 to 65 years of age for a short period of time (temporary). Get more information on Botox® and Botox® for sweating. Dysport® is a prescription injection for temporary improvement in the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows in adults less than 35 years of age. More information on Dysport®.

Dermal Fillers

As we age we lose some of the collagen and hyaluronic acid that give us that supple and youthful look. Our face loses volume and, as a result we are left with lines, folds, and a diminished fullness to our cheeks and lips.

Dermal fillers minimize the appearance of nasal labial folds, marionette lines, deep eye troughs; add fullness to our lips, and replenish the volume we lost in our cheeks. In addition, they fill hollow temples, rejuvenate the hands and ear lobes, and are even able to lift eyebrows and correct nasal imperfections.

The result is a younger looking you!

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Common Questions on Botox® and Dermal Fillers

What is a dermal filler?
Dermal fillers are gel-like substances used to add volume to the face and augment the lips. Dermal fillers can refresh your appearance and results will look natural once swelling subsides.

What is the difference between a HA / hyaluronic acid filler (Restylane & Juvederm) and Radiesse?
Restylane, Perlane and Juvederm are hyaluronic acid fillers, which may be used anywhere including lips. Radiesse is a calcium based product that may be used everywhere except for lips. Radiesse promotes your own collagen to grow and typically lasts longer than the HA Fillers.

What areas can I treat with fillers?
Popular areas include: naso-labial folds, marionette lines, corners of mouth, cheeks, chin, eyebrows, lips (HA fillers only), eye trough, ear lobes, temples and hands.

Is it the same as Botox®?
Absolutely not! Botox® works for dynamic lines (lines caused by muscle movement). Fillers are used to add volume. In many cases both types of treatment are recommended for best results. Basically, Botox can’t plump lips or fill in smile lines (the ones from the corner of your nose to the corner of your lips). Rather, it prevents you from scowling and it’s wonderful for smoothing out crows feet.

How long do fillers last?
Everybody is different! Typically expect 4-6 months from HA fillers like Juvederm, Restylane , Perlane, and 6-12 months from Radiesse. Areas of little movement tend to hold on to fillers longer.

When should I retreat after my first treatment?
Ideally, you want to retouch your filler treatment before it is all gone. That way you will get more longevity out of your filler. That number will be different for everyone, as people metabolize the fillers at different rates. An average time frame for retouching the lips is 3-6 months after initial treatment compared to 6-9 months for cheeks. Time frames will also vary depending on lifestyle, genetics and whether or not you’re combing filler with other collagen stimulating treatments such as Dermaroller and PRP. We are also seeing great results with the Homeroller by Dermaroller to stimulate injected areas to continue to build collagen and elastin fibers between treatments. Works will to inhibit fine lines too! With good habits and following your providers recommended schedule for retouching areas you will enjoy longer lasting results after just 2 or 3 treatments.

How many syringes will I need?
That depends on what areas you are treating, the level of volume depletion you are experiencing, and the level of correction you expect. Syringes are generally .8ml-1ml or .8cc-1cc depending on the brand. The quantities are identical with 1cc/1ml being equivalent to 1/5 tsp. A good rule of thumb is to plan on one syringe per side, per area unless your treating lips, in that case a single syringe will do the trick. Our experienced RN’s will discuss your goals and recommend brands of filler accordingly. You can always start with less than the recommended amount and add more as early as 14 days after your initial visit or once swelling is resolved.

Does it last the same amount of time in all areas?
No. Areas that move more, deplete the filler sooner. For example, filler injected to the corners of the mouth with need to be refilled sooner than filler placed to resolve under eye circles. An average time frame for refilling corners of the mouth is 4-6 months after initial treatment compared to 6-12 months for under eye circles. Time frames will also vary depending on lifestyle, genetics and whether or not your combing filler with other collagen stimulating services such as Dermaroller and PRP. At home you can use the Homeroller by Dermaroller to stimulate injected areas to continue to build collagen and elastin fibers between treatments.

If I get my lips treated will they look “done”?
You can have your lips injected and look very natural and age appropriate. Your results will depend on the amount injected and the skill level of the practitioner injecting it.

Does it really hurt?
We provide you with either topical or injected anesthesia; or both. Your treatment should be very comfortable and we will ask just to be sure. Unlike popular belief, your lips will be done utilizing a dental block and you will not feel any pain at all!!!

If I’m considering a face lift, should I not get fillers and Botox®?
A face-lift will not eliminate the need for Botox® and Fillers, as it does not add volume to the face and relax muscle. It might affect the amount you will need. Discuss any impending cosmetic procedures with your practitioner, so that your Botox and filler treatment can be scheduled accordingly.

How should I prepare for my treatments?
Avoid anything that thins your blood 3-7 days before treatment, such as: aspirin, Advil, alcohol, fish oils, vitamin E, Gingko Biloba. You may purchase Arnica Montana at a health food store and use it as directed 3-5 days before the treatment or pick up a bottle of Arnica Montana from us. It’s $10.25 per bottle with 250 pellets, which is a 14 day supply. This is enough for your upcoming treatment and usually some left over to prepare for a future treatment since shelf life is typically good for a year or more.

What should I do immediately after my treatments?
Ice will be your best friend! Continue to avoid anything that thins the blood, like alcohol, aspirin and oil based supplements like vitamin E and fish oils. Plan to avoid exercising for 2-3 days, or until swelling subsides. We also recommend reading “Arnica? Tell me more.”

What if I am prone to cold sores?
You can be treated with an anti-viral such as Valtrex or Zovirax to diminish the possibility of a breakout. Make sure to discuss this with your practitioner.

How long will I look swollen or bruised?
Each person varies, however swelling predominantly lasts 48 to 72 hours and residual swelling up to 2 weeks. Bruising can last a week or longer and can vary from pinpoint bruising to very obvious so plan ahead. We recommend giving yourself a solid 14 days to heal before any special events. The good news is there are things you can do prior to the treatment to prevent some of these symptoms! See “How should I prepare for treatments?”

Will I look funny after this treatment?
You will look sunburned and red for approximately 48 hours after the treatment. But, the good news is we have an amazing mask that can be added on at the end of your treatment and has worked really well to reduce redness and sunburn like sensations. We also highly recommend soothing skin with pure HLA (hyluaronic acid) products that will make the downtime practically vanish. The Natural Line® Hyaluronic Acid Serum for home use, will hydrate and enhance your skin’s appearance by making your skin plump and by giving your skin that radiant look. Works great with the Homeroller® too!

How long will I look swollen or bruised?
Each person varies, however swelling predominantly lasts 48 to 72 hours and residual swelling up to 2 weeks. Bruising can last a week or longer and can vary from pinpoint bruising to very obvious so plan ahead. We recommend giving yourself a solid 14 days to heal before any special events. The good news is there are things you can do prior to the treatment to prevent some of these symptoms! See “How should I prepare for treatments?”

Are Botox® or Dermaroller® treatments painful?
We use a specific topical numbing cream designed just for this procedure. Even those who profess to be wimps have been surprised how comfortable the Dermaroller® treatment is.

Do I really need to spend hundreds of dollars to see a change?
We don’t and you don’t need to. Your already budgeting for your procedures and probably have drawers full of creams, lotions and potions that are collecting dust because the results were forgettable. We specifically chose the Vi Derm line because their products are affordable starting at just $30 and nothing is over $90! We love how Vi Derm delivers the same Rx strength results as more expensive lines like Obagi, Vivite and SkinCeuticals, plus they use smart packaging. Lots of items come in pump form so you use the right amount every time and can use it down to the last drop.

What if I am prone to cold sores?
You can be treated with an anti-viral such as Valtrex or Zovirax to diminish the possibility of a breakout. Make sure to discuss this with your practitioner.

Can I just purchase over the counter products and get same results?
You might be able to incorporate some OTC products such as cleanser and moisturizer, however you will need medical grade products to obtain and maintain your results. Keep in mind OTC products may have the same active ingredient, however the concentration is much lower. It may take 3 bottles worth of your department or drugstore brand to notice any difference in your skin. A medical grade product containing retinol or 20% Vitamin C will get your attention before you even finish the bottle. Don’t forget the SPF. If you don’t love your SPF sample one of ours. It won’t melt your makeup!

Why do I need medical grade skin care products to improve & maintain my results?
Over The Counter (OTC) products do not contain a high enough amount of active ingredients to cause change to your skin. They might feel good, and smell good, but they do nothing to improve tone and texture.

What are cosmeceuticals?
They are medical grade products used to improve the quality of your skin. They contain active ingredients that will cause visible change in the way you look. Common active ingredients are 4% hydraquinone, 10-20% Vitamin C, Vitamin A (also known as Retin-A) .25-1.0%, SPF containing titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, plus exfoliating acids like glycolic and salicylic.