Botulinum toxin A, a neuromodulator, is commonly used to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, particularly those found on the forehead and in the eye zone. This treatment is designed to target a specific area of muscles through an injection that is delivered by a trained professional. This procedure is safe as long as it is completed by a reputable provider.
Who Can Provide Neuromodulator Treatment?
If the treatment’s purpose is for the minimization of facial wrinkles, the following professionals can provide it:
Reasons People Turn to Neuromodulators
Many individuals decide to get neuromodulator treatments for cosmetic issues that can’t be remedied easily. These conditions include frown lines, wrinkles around the mouth, and saggy skin. Neuromodulators have even been used to help minimize the unevenness of the skin’s texture by smoothing it out and reducing the appearance of crevices.
What Happens During the Procedure?
Neuromodulator injections are performed during an outpatient procedure that takes anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes. It is accomplished by:
- Selection of the injection site, which is determined by the patient’s intention and the professional’s assessment of the area to be treated
- The neuromodulator injections are delivered in a series of small shots
- No local anesthetic is required
What You Need to Remember About Your Neuromodulator Treatments
While the advantages of using neuromodulator injections for cosmetic purposes are readily apparent (smoother looking skin), the treatment is not a permanent solution and so, the injections must continue regularly in order for you to maintain your new look. Injections should be done every three to six months. It is a quick easy way to keep your skin looking its youngest.
Patients should not have neuromodulator injections if they are pregnant, have a neurological disease, or are breastfeeding. Moreover, certain types of medications can interfere with the desired effects. It is best to discuss with our team to determine what is the best fit for you – the form is at the bottom of this page.