• Neurotoxins
    These are FDA-approved prescription medicine (AKA neuromodular, AKA neurotoxin, AKA tox) used to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines or 11’s) in adults. When expertly injected, it temporarily prevents your nerves from telling your muscles to flex or contract. This process smooths the appearance of “dynamic” frown lines — like the ones from years of frowning at your phone, drinking through a straw, etc. Neurotoxins can also assist in temporarily stop excessive sweating. Easing up those migraine headaches that occur after constant teeth grinding is another benefit. 


  •  Dermal Fillers: 
    Made with XpresHAn Technology™, an innovative crosslinked hyaluronic acid (HA) gel created for precise, natural-looking results. With the ideal balance of flexibility, support, and a natural feel, you can maintain a full range of expressions. 


  • How do I get prepared for Botox or dermal fillers? 
  1. Do Not Drink Wine for One Week Before Your Appointment
  2. Don't Take Anti-Inflammatory Medications During the Week Before
  3. Avoid Foods That Contain Garlic (and Consider Using Arnica
  4. Save the Workout
  5. Wait to Apply Makeup
  6. Use a Gentle Facial Cleanser


  1. How long will I enjoy my results?
    The effects of Botox and dermal fillers are all temporary. Botox effects can last anywhere between 3 to 6 months. Dermal fillers can last 6 to 12 months. Results may vary from person to person depending on lifestyle and how fast their metabolism works.
  2. Will it hurt? 
    Patients have reported that Botox injections are very tolerable and have little to no pain when injected and post injections as well. Dermal fillers are tolerable as well and can be applied after topical numbing cream is applied. 
  3. Are there any risks or side effects to these treatments?
    Common side effects include swelling, bruising, redness at the injection site, whelps at the injection sites when receiving Botox (subside almost immediately or 15-30 minutes post injection). In rare cases, some patients may experience drooping eyelids, headache, or flu-like symptoms. Dermal fillers common side effects include swelling, bruising, and redness at the injection site. In rare cases, there may be lumps or unevenness, infection, or allergic reactions. If any of these signs & symptoms occur, contact your Nurse Injector immediately.