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Safe and effective treatments that improve signs of aging

What Is Botox?

Botox is a prescription injection that is used to medically treat muscular conditions and/or for cosmetic anti-wrinkle treatment. Dysport and Xeomin are also popular choices when considering injection treatments.

The Details

Procedure Time: 30 minutes

Anesthesia: None

Recovery Time:  Minimal downtime  for the first 24 hours, no strenuous activity.

Pain Level: Minimal

Number of Sessions Required:  1 session every 3-4 months to maintain results.  Touch up after 2 weeks may be needed.

Number of Syringes Required:  N/A.  Neuromodulators are measured in units, the amount of units varies per individual.

Results: Depending on the neuromodulator used, results can be seen in a few days.  Full results always take 2 weeks.

Side Effects:  Redness, tenderness at injection site, mild bruising, headaches.  Dropped eyelid (ptosis) can occur, but is rare.  

Treatment not recommended if...individual has a neurological disorder, allergies to the ingredients in neuromodulators, pregnant, lactating.

Botox Before & After

Eleven's Botox
Crows Feet Botox
Forehead Botox







Botox Questions Answered

How long does Botox last?

Botox can last anywhere from 3 to 6 months. On average, clients look to touch up every 4 months.

What's the difference between Dysport & Botox?

Dysport includes a milk protein allowing it to kick in faster than Botox.

What does Botox do?

Botox relaxes the muscles in your face to smooth out lines and wrinkles; such as crow's feet and frown lines.

What should I avoid after getting Botox?

-Rubbing your face 

-Laying down (at least 4 hours)

-Strenuous exercise


-Excessive heat

-Make-up (at least 12 hours)

How much Botox do I need?

This is always client dependent. In your consultation we will assess your muscles and their strength in order to determine dosage.

How often should
I get Botox?

Ideally every 4 months.


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