If the lines on your face are making you look - and feel - older than you really are, facial fillers and BOTOX® injections may help you turn back the clock.
As you get older, the effectiveness of your skin’s natural collagen decreases, causing lines and creases around the eyes, lips and on the forehead. Facial fillers create volume, resulting in improvement in lines and wrinkles, and sometimes scars. Restylane®, Radiesse®, Sculptra®, and Fat Transfer are filler options available for recontouring. The type of filler used determines the length of time the correction lasts. We will discuss which filler is most appropriate for you upon consultation.
BOTOX®injections may also be used to reduce some of the wrinkles caused by the aging process. These injections are particularly useful for crow's feet and frown lines. At Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center of El Paso, Dr. Jabor and Dr. Reynolds have performed countless BOTOX®injections for patients who desire firmer, more youthful looking skin without the surgical commitment of a facelift.
See how BOTOX® injections can help you.
The cosmetic form of Botulinum toxin, often referred to by its product name BOTOX®Cosmetic, is a popular non-surgical injection. A BOTOX®injection to the face can temporarily reduce or eliminate frown lines, forehead creases, crow’s feet near the eyes, and thick bands in the neck. BOTOX® injections work by blocking the nerve impulses, temporarily paralyzing the muscles that cause wrinkles while giving the skin a smoother, more refreshed appearance. As an outpatient procedure, patients can expect immediately visible results and minimal discomfort. To schedule a consultation with one of our doctors to discuss your options for BOTOX® injections, contact Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center of El Paso today!
BOTOX® and the BOTOX® logo are trademarks of Allergan, Inc. and have been registered in numerous countries around the world and used under license. For more information, please visit www.botoxcosmetic.com.
Information for Patients: The physician should provide a copy of the FDA-Approved Patient Medication Guide and review the contents with the patient. Patients should be advised to inform their doctor or pharmacist if they develop any unusual symptoms (including difficulty with swallowing, speaking, or breathing), or if any existing symptom worsens. Please see Important BOTOX® Safety Information and additional BOTOX® Safety Information.