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Have you found yourself looking in the mirror only to notice deepening wrinkles and lines over your forehead? Maybe you’ve noticed a deepening furrow between your eyes… even when you’re relaxed and smiling? Bloom Health offers treatment with Botox and Dysport for reducing those undesirable facial lines. Look in the mirror and smile at a younger looking you!
How does botox work?
Repeated muscle contractions from frowning, squinting, or eyebrow raising can cause skin to furrow and fold, gradually resulting in unwanted facial lines. Botox and Dysport are neuromodulators, which block nerve impulses to temporarily relax muscles and reduce facial lines. New research suggests that not only do these agents inhibit muscle contraction, but they also send signals for increased elastin and collagen production, aiding in long-term tissue repair.
Common areas of treatment include glabellar frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet. A quick 10-minute office treatment will deliver subtle and predictable results, so you look like you, with a smoother, more refreshed visage.
Why choose bloom health?
Treatment with Botox and Dysport requires a nuanced approach, taking into consideration your unique facial attributes, your skin type, and your overall preferences and goals. Our Bloom Health providers are highly trained with expert knowledge of facial anatomy and injection techniques and will get you the results you’re looking for.
Botox or Dysport work well in combination with our other noninvasive therapies such as dermal fillers, microneedling, facial peels, and skin tightening and resurfacing procedures. They’re often the foundation of any comprehensive skin rejuvenation program.
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A: No, Botox and Dysport are neuromodulators that relax facial muscles, and are different from dermal fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane. [Dermal fillers like Juvederm and Restylane are made of hyaluronic gel, and are used to increase skin volume and smooth away lines and wrinkles. See here for more info on our dermal fillers.]
A: Botox and Dysport are from different companies, and contain slightly different variations of botulinum toxin Type A. They carry similar efficacy and longevity, along with similar treatment cost. Dysport is less concentrated, but is also less expensive per unit. (Thus, more Dysport is needed to get the same therapeutic benefit as one unit of Botox.)
A: Small details make all the difference. Effective treatment requires a nuanced approach, taking into consideration your unique facial attributes, your skin type, and your overall preferences and goals. Our providers are highly trained with expert knowledge of facial anatomy and injection techniques. You’ll look like yourself—only with less noticeable lines. No one should be able to tell you’ve had anything done.
A: You may begin to notice results within 24-48 hours, with full effect by 7-10 days. In addition to wrinkle reduction, many patients report improved skin texture and new silky smoothness to their skin. The muscle relaxing effects typically last up to 4 months. With faithful follow-up treatments you’ll see additional skin healing, and further reduction of lines and wrinkles.
A: The average cost of botulinum toxin injections is about $300-400 per visit. Ultimately, this price is determined by the volume of product used—which is influenced by your unique facial musculature, how advanced your facial lines are, and your overall aesthetic goals.
A: Yes! The number of men choosing treatments like Botox and Dysport continues to rise. In the past three years alone, men have received over one million botulinum toxin treatments. Our male patients often desire a more relaxed and youthful appearance when engaging with friends, family and in the workplace.
A: Neuromodulators have been FDA approved for cosmetic use for over 15 years. Over 7 million procedures are performed each year in the US with no known long-term side effects.
A: The side effects of treatment are minimal. While no long-term side effects have been observed, slight bruising, headache, or temporary eyelid droop can occur, but tend to go away within a few days.