Our injectables are for people who want to reduce the appearance of lines between their eyebrows, crow’s feet, and frown lines between the eyebrows and around their lips. Also known as dynamic wrinkles, these lines may result from a variety of factors. Expression lines may be present due to repetitive facial movements such as squinting in the sun, frowning, smiling, or through regular expressions like worry lines or furrowing of the brow.
Lines & Wrinkles
Frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead and brow furrows can be softened for a fresher, younger-looking appearance. In skilled hands, the use of DYSPORT, XEOMIN, in AND JEUVEAU (NEUROTOXIN)Injectables are highly effective in reducing the appearance of "worry lines" and "wrinkles.” Masterful use can achieve the look YOU desire while still keeping an authentic expression. At AMIM, we aim to reach the sweet point of maximizing facial freshness without affecting your natural expression.
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How are Neurotoxins performed?
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We understand how frustrating crow’s feet, frown lines, forehead and smoker lines, and lip wrinkles can be, which is why we want to help you get rid of them. Our doctor will determine which treatment is right for you, considering factors such as your skin type and the severity of your lines and wrinkles.
Treatments are quick and performed in-office within minutes. The length of your treatment will depend on the number of areas being treated. A local anesthetic cream may be applied before your injection to reduce discomfort.
Neurotoxins are neuromodulators that block the transmission of chemical signals between your brain and muscles that tell the muscles to contract. Without these signals, expression lines cannot form.
Do not take Ibuprofen or Aspirin one week prior to Botox treatment: excessive bleeding and bruising can occur.
Deep-set wrinkles will need combined treatment. Neurotoxins can’t cure all wrinkles but we can enhance results by combining Botox with a second minor procedure such as our Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) treatment. Learn more about CIT here.