Botox for Expression Wrinkles

Over time, emotional expressions, such as smiling, laughing and frowning, can cause wrinkles in the skin overlying the facial muscles.

Temporarily eliminating or reducing dynamic wrinkles of the face and neck.

BOTOX injections are designed to produce remarkable results without the downtime associated with surgery and other invasive procedures. 

An injectable neuromodulator derived from neurotoxins produced by C. Botulinum like Botox, Dysport and Xeomin available in the cosmetic industry.

BOTOX  injections  have been known to treat and reduce the appearance of:

  • Botox injections application for: glabellar frown lines, horizontal forehead rhytids, and lateral canthal lines (crow’s feet), down turning of the mouth, bunny lines on the side of the nose, vertical upper lips lines (smoking lines), turkey neck lines, horizontal necklines, masseter reduction-aka face slimming.
  • Countouring of the of the jawline, the neck and the melolabial fold.
  • Botox effects might last up to 4 months until the facial muscle regain mobility.
What to expect on your visit?
  • Health history/allergies information required.
  • Consultation initiated with nurse injector and Dr. Jim Maytham to discuss your treatment benefits and risks / consent required.
  • Temporary side effects: Headache, pain (injection site), flu like symptoms, dropping lid or eyebrow area (resolve with time)
  • Two weeks follow up recommended.
  •  Before Botox-Avoid bleaching, waxing, tweezing or suing depilatory creams in injection areas 1-2 days prior.
  • Sunburn skin can not be treated. 

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Botox for Migraine

Alleviate migraine headache and tension headaches.

Botox for Excessive Sweating

Stop worrying about sweat! Treat the excessive sweating of the forehead, scalp,underarms, palms and feet.

Head Nurse Injector

cosmetic nurse injector
Liz Salcedo