Botox & Dysport

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Botulism Treatments

Injectables are a classification of medicine that are administered by injecting different amounts into desired areas of the body, including the face, neck, armpits, as well as other locations. Injectables make up a smart and more-temporary alternative esthetic procedure to that of plastic surgery. They can be used to reverse the signs of aging and help with conditions like hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

BOTOX®

F.A.Q.

BOTOX® is the brand name for an injectable esthetic medicine made up of the protein produced by Clostridium botulinum bacterium and related species. These purified protein molecules act in esthetic medicinal procedures by inhibiting muscle contraction, the underlying cause of wrinkled or twitching skin. In so doing, signs of muscle strain and aging like wrinkles, frown lines, and crows feet are stopped in their tracks. When used with other esthetic medicines like fillers, these signs of muscle strain can be reversed and reduced long-term.

Why get BOTOX®?

BOTOX® is used for a variety of different reasons by many people. It has become the most popular esthetic medicine for a reason: it works to eliminate many problems people face. BOTOX® can be used to halt the process of wrinkling skin and, when used with fillers like Restylane® or Juvéderm®, can even reverse evidence of aging skin (frown lines, crow's feet, forehead creases, skin bands, dimpled chin, and bunny lines). BOTOX® can also be used to prevent hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

Who should not get BOTOX®?

You should not get BOTOX® injections if you are:

  • pregnant or nursing
  • experiencing volume loss or sagging skin
  • below the age of 18

When should I get my injections?

Never receive BOTOX® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of BOTOX® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

What should I do to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using only acetaminophen (Tylenol®). Try not to contract the injected muscles for at least 3 hours after the procedure. Other than this, you may go about your normal daily routine.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

Most can see a difference in the same day, but the full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is broken down completely by the body is 4-to-6 months.

 

 

DYSPORT®

F.A.Q.

Dysport is the brand name for an injectable esthetic medicine made up of the protein produced by Clostridium botulinum bacterium and related species. These purified protein molecules act in esthetic medicinal procedures by inhibiting muscle contraction, the underlying cause of wrinkled or twitching skin. In so doing, signs of muscle strain and aging like wrinkles, frown lines, and crows feet are stopped in their tracks. When used with other esthetic medicines like fillers, these signs of muscle strain can be reversed and reduced long-term.

 

Why get Dysport®?

Dysport® is used for a variety of different reasons by many people. It has become the most popular esthetic medicine for a reason: it works to eliminate many problems people face. Dysport® can be used to halt the process of wrinkling skin and, when used with fillers like Restylane® or Juvéderm®, can even reverse evidence of aging skin (frown lines, crow's feet, forehead creases, skin bands, dimpled chin, and bunny lines). Dysport® hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

Who should not get Dysport®?

You should not get Dysport® injections if you are:

  • pregnant or nursing
  • experiencing volume loss or sagging skin
  • below the age of 18

When should I get my injections?

Never receive DysportTM injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of DysportTM will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using only acetaminophen (Tylenol®). Try not to contract the injected muscles for at least 3 hours after the procedure. Other than this, you may go about your normal daily routine.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

Most can see a difference in the same day, but the full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is broken down completely by the body is 4-to-6 months

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Dysport Treatment

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Botox Treatment

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Botox &

Dysport

See Before & After

Botulism Treatments

Injectables are a classification of medicine that are administered by injecting different amounts into desired areas of the body, including the face, neck, armpits, as well as other locations. Injectables make up a smart and more-temporary alternative esthetic procedure to that of plastic surgery. They can be used to reverse the signs of aging and help with conditions like hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

BOTOX®

BOTOX® is the brand name for an injectable esthetic medicine made up of the protein produced by Clostridium botulinum bacterium and related species. These purified protein molecules act in esthetic medicinal procedures by inhibiting muscle contraction, the underlying cause of wrinkled or twitching skin. In so doing, signs of muscle strain and aging like wrinkles, frown lines, and crows feet are stopped in their tracks. When used with other esthetic medicines like fillers, these signs of muscle strain can be reversed and reduced long-term.

 

 

Why get BOTOX®?

 

BOTOX® is used for a variety of different reasons by many people. It has become the most popular esthetic medicine for a reason: it works to eliminate many problems people face. BOTOX® can be used to halt the process of wrinkling skin and, when used with fillers like Restylane® or Juvéderm®, can even reverse evidence of aging skin (frown lines, crow's feet, forehead creases, skin bands, dimpled chin, and bunny lines). BOTOX® can also be used to prevent hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

 

 

Who should not get BOTOX®?

 

You should not get BOTOX® injections if you are:

  • pregnant or nursing
  • experiencing volume loss or sagging skin
  • below the age of 18

 

F.A.Q.

When should I get my injections?

Never receive BOTOX® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of BOTOX® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

What should I do to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using only acetaminophen (Tylenol®). Try not to contract the injected muscles for at least 3 hours after the procedure. Other than this, you may go about your normal daily routine.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

Most can see a difference in the same day, but the full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is broken down completely by the body is 4-to-6 months.

 

 

DYSPORT®

Dysport is the brand name for an injectable esthetic medicine made up of the protein produced by Clostridium botulinum bacterium and related species. These purified protein molecules act in esthetic medicinal procedures by inhibiting muscle contraction, the underlying cause of wrinkled or twitching skin. In so doing, signs of muscle strain and aging like wrinkles, frown lines, and crows feet are stopped in their tracks. When used with other esthetic medicines like fillers, these signs of muscle strain can be reversed and reduced long-term.

 

Why get Dysport®?

 

Dysport® is used for a variety of different reasons by many people. It has become the most popular esthetic medicine for a reason: it works to eliminate many problems people face. Dysport® can be used to halt the process of wrinkling skin and, when used with fillers like Restylane® or Juvéderm®, can even reverse evidence of aging skin (frown lines, crow's feet, forehead creases, skin bands, dimpled chin, and bunny lines). Dysport® hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

 

 

Who should not get Dysport®?

 

You should not get Dysport® injections if you are:

  • pregnant or nursing
  • experiencing volume loss or sagging skin
  • below the age of 18

 

F.A.Q.

When should I get my injections?

Never receive DysportTM injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of DysportTM will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using only acetaminophen (Tylenol®). Try not to contract the injected muscles for at least 3 hours after the procedure. Other than this, you may go about your normal daily routine.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

Most can see a difference in the same day, but the full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is broken down completely by the body is 4-to-6 months

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Dysport Treatment

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Dysport Treatment

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Botox Treatment

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Botox Treatment

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Botox Treatment

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Dysport Treatment

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