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Botox is a non-surgical treatment modalities that are used to give patients a more youthful and energetic appearance by reducing the appearance of wrinkles and deep frown lines in the face and other parts of the body. Botox can also be employed synergistically to create immediate and dramatic improvements in patient’s facial features.
Botox utilizes the neurotoxin created by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum to paralyze muscles in the face, resulting in less dramatic skin furrowing and the subsequent reduction in wrinkles. Botox CosmeticTM is a pharmaceutical strength medication that is administered by a trained and licensed medical professional. The medication is delivered via a sterile injection into the problem areas. Treatment time generally take between 10-15 minutes, with maximum results generally noticeable between 1-2 weeks after treatments. Effect of Botox treatments generally last between 4-6 months.
NEW! Exilis 360
This is a revolutionary way to improve and tighten skin in the neck area, help the appearance of small wrinkles around the eyes and lips, including other areas such as hands, underarms and mouth. Using radiofrequency waves and ultrasound, the Exilis 360 therapy is completely non-invasive and virtually painless. Click here for more information on how this service improves female intimate parts as well.
KYBELLA™ is a cytolytic drug indicated for improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe convexity or fullness associated with submental fat in adults. KYBELLA is injected into subcutaneous fat tissue in the submental area using an area-adjusted dose of 2 mg/cm2. A single treatment consists of up to a maximum of 50 injections, spaced 1-cm apart. Up to 6 single treatments may be administered at intervals no less than 1 month apart. At BotoxRN and MedSpa our nurse injectors know that safe and effective use of KYBELLA depends on the use of the correct number and locations for injections, proper needle placement, and administration techniques.