Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: The results of BOTOX® treatment should appear within 3 – 7 days after treatment and will usually last 4 months but can be shorter or longer, depending on the patient.

Answer: BOTOX® treatment of frown lines can cause minor temporary droop of one eyelid in less than 3% of injections. This usually lasts 2 – 4 weeks. Occasional numbness of a small area on the forehead lasting 2 – 3 weeks, bruising and transient headache have also occurred. In a very small number of individuals the injection does not work as satisfactorily or for as long as usual.

Answer:Yes. BOTOX® is very effective for a condition known as hyperhidrosis, otherwise known as excessive sweating. This treatment is know covered by most insurance companies. You should inquire with your individual insurance company to see if this treatment is covered by your individual plan.

Answer: No. The condition is corrected and lasts for 6 – 9 months depending on the individual and the area treated.

The areas that can be treated are the armpits, the palms and the soles.

Answer: Peels are forms of acid that chemically and mechanically remove dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.

Answer: We offer the most popular and effective types of peels, which are Trichloroacetic Acid, Alpha Hydroxy (glycolic acid), Beta-Lift (salicylic acid) and Jessner’s peels.

Answer: Peels are useful to treat acne, remove sun damaged spots, treat pre-skin cancers, shrink pores, balance oil production,remove fine lines and wrinkles, and improve collagen production to decrease the signs of aging.

Answer: This will vary for everyone based on many factors such as your skin type, your skin pigmentation and the degree of damaged skin you have.

Answer: The results of BOTOX® treatment should appear within 3 – 7 days after treatment and will usually last 4 months but can be shorter or longer, depending on the patient.

Answer: BOTOX® treatment of frown lines can cause minor temporary droop of one eyelid in less than 3% of injections. This usually lasts 2 – 4 weeks. Occasional numbness of a small area on the forehead lasting 2 – 3 weeks, bruising and transient headache have also occurred. In a very small number of individuals the injection does not work as satisfactorily or for as long as usual.

Answer:Yes. BOTOX® is very effective for a condition known as hyperhidrosis, otherwise known as excessive sweating. This treatment is know covered by most insurance companies. You should inquire with your individual insurance company to see if this treatment is covered by your individual plan.

Answer: No. The condition is corrected and lasts for 6 – 9 months depending on the individual and the area treated.

The areas that can be treated are the armpits, the palms and the soles.

Answer: Peels are forms of acid that chemically and mechanically remove dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.

Answer: We offer the most popular and effective types of peels, which are Trichloroacetic Acid, Alpha Hydroxy (glycolic acid), Beta-Lift (salicylic acid) and Jessner’s peels.

Answer: Peels are useful to treat acne, remove sun damaged spots, treat pre-skin cancers, shrink pores, balance oil production,remove fine lines and wrinkles, and improve collagen production to decrease the signs of aging.

Answer: This will vary for everyone based on many factors such as your skin type, your skin pigmentation and the degree of damaged skin you have.

Is BOTOX® a permanent treatment?

Answer: The results of BOTOX® treatment should appear within 3 – 7 days after treatment and will usually last 4 months but can be shorter or longer, depending on the patient.

Are there any risks to BOTOX® treatment?

Answer: BOTOX® treatment of frown lines can cause minor temporary droop of one eyelid in less than 3% of injections. This usually lasts 2 – 4 weeks. Occasional numbness of a small area on the forehead lasting 2 – 3 weeks, bruising and transient headache have also occurred. In a very small number of individuals the injection does not work as satisfactorily or for as long as usual.

Can BOTOX® be used for any other purpose, other than cosmetic?

Answer: Yes. BOTOX® is very effective for a condition known as hyperhidrosis, otherwise known as excessive sweating. This treatment is know covered by most insurance companies. You should inquire with your individual insurance company to see if this treatment is covered by your individual plan.

Is the use of BOTOX® for hyperhidrosis permanent?

Answer: No. The condition is corrected and lasts for 6 – 9 months depending on the individual and the area treated.

Which areas can be treated by BOTOX® for hyperhydrosis?

Answer: The areas that can be treated are the armpits, the palms and the soles.

What are peels?

Answer: Peels are forms of acid that chemically and mechanically remove dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.

What types of peels do you offer?

Answer: We offer the most popular and effective types of peels, which are Trichloroacetic Acid, Alpha Hydroxy (glycolic acid), Beta-Lift (salicylic acid) and Jessner’s peels.

Why would I have a peel treatment?

Answer: Peels are useful to treat acne, remove sun damaged spots, treat pre-skin cancers, shrink pores, balance oil production,remove fine lines and wrinkles, and improve collagen production to decrease the signs of aging.

Which peel is best for me?

Answer: This will vary for everyone based on many factors such as your skin type, your skin pigmentation and the degree of damaged skin you have.

Is BOTOX® a permanent treatment?

Answer: The results of BOTOX® treatment should appear within 3 – 7 days after treatment and will usually last 4 months but can be shorter or longer, depending on the patient.

Are there any risks to BOTOX® treatment?

Answer: BOTOX® treatment of frown lines can cause minor temporary droop of one eyelid in less than 3% of injections. This usually lasts 2 – 4 weeks. Occasional numbness of a small area on the forehead lasting 2 – 3 weeks, bruising and transient headache have also occurred. In a very small number of individuals the injection does not work as satisfactorily or for as long as usual.

Can BOTOX® be used for any other purpose, other than cosmetic?

Answer: Yes. BOTOX® is very effective for a condition known as hyperhidrosis, otherwise known as excessive sweating. This treatment is know covered by most insurance companies. You should inquire with your individual insurance company to see if this treatment is covered by your individual plan.

Is the use of BOTOX® for hyperhidrosis permanent?

Answer: No. The condition is corrected and lasts for 6 – 9 months depending on the individual and the area treated.

Which areas can be treated by BOTOX® for hyperhydrosis?

The areas that can be treated are the armpits, the palms and the soles.

What are peels?

Answer: Peels are forms of acid that chemically and mechanically remove dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.

What types of peels do you offer?

Answer: We offer the most popular and effective types of peels, which are Trichloroacetic Acid, Alpha Hydroxy (glycolic acid), Beta-Lift (salicylic acid) and Jessner’s peels.

Why would I have a peel treatment?

Answer: Peels are useful to treat acne, remove sun damaged spots, treat pre-skin cancers, shrink pores, balance oil production,remove fine lines and wrinkles, and improve collagen production to decrease the signs of aging.

Which peel is best for me?

Answer: This will vary for everyone based on many factors such as your skin type, your skin pigmentation and the degree of damaged skin you have.

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