Botox Dysport Jeuveau

Botox – Dysport –  Jeuveau treatment in Glendale and Los Angeles

What are  Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau are neurotoxins which are  FDA approved to weaken the muscles under the skin of the face and neck. This results in smoothing of the facial wrinkles. These injectable medications, when injected over a long period of time, help prevent  the development and deepening of forehead and periocular wrinkles. These neurotoxins do not cause skin numbness as they work on paralyzing the muscle. These are some of the best neurotoxins available in Los Angeles.

Are these injections painful ?

Most patients tolerate Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau  injections well. For some patients we use a topical anesthetic cream and ice packs to further minimize the discomfort. After the injections, there is usually no discomfort. Most people can return to work the same day.

What areas of the face can be treated with Botox like products?

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

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Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

 

Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

 

Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

 

Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

 

Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

The following areas are commonly treated with Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau:

  • frown lines between the eyebrows
  • forehead creases
  • wrinkles on the outer sides of the eyes, “crow’s feet”
  • Neck bands ( platysmal bands)
  • These products can also be used to change the shape and position of eye brows.

 

Can Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau be used to decrease perspiration?

Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau injection specialists for treatment of excessive sweating.  These neurotoxins are injected in the armpit to decrease perspiration.  Typically 40-50 units is used for each armpit. The result last 4-6 months in most patients.

 

How soon will I see the results and how long will they last?

You will start noticing smoothing of the wrinkles after 3-7 days. The results last on the average of about 4 months. After 3 or 4 sessions of Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau treatment, the muscles will atrophy, which will allow less pronounced wrinkles on animation.

During your consultation at our Glendale office, we will carefully evaluate your facial skin quality, position of the eyebrows, as well as activity of facial muscles. Based on your goals and your anatomy, we will recommend a treatment plan.

Can Botox treatment be combined with other injections?

Many patients who undergo injections with Botox (or similar neurotoxins) also undergo treatment with fillers.  Botox will address mimetic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes and fillers will help diminish the appearance of the smile or marionette lines or enhance  the lips, cheeks, chin, or jawline.

 

What is the difference between  Botox and dermal fillers?

Botox and similar nerotoxins  are used to treat wrinkles caused by the  muscles of facial expression ( e.g. muscles of the forehead and around the eyes).  These neurotoxins weaken/paralyze those  muscles and thus decrease the appearance of the wrinkles.  Dermal fillers, are used to fill facial grooves ( e.g. smile lines or marionette lines) as well as increase the  volume of the chin, cheek areas, jawline, or lips.

 

How many units  Botox  is usually injected?

The amount of Botox and other neurotoxin needed depends on the facial area to be injected and the  strength of the muscle  in that area. In general, 10-30 units  of Botox or Jeuveau  is used for forehead,   10-25 for frown lines, 5-15 units for each crow’s feet area, 10-20 units for neck backs. Most patients who present for treatment of forehead lines, frown lines,  and crow’s fee areas need a total of around 45 units . Three units of Dysport are equivalent to one unit of Botox or Jeuveau.

Does Botox cause skin numbness?

No. Botox and other neurotoxins work to weaken the facial muscles. They do not cause skin numbness. Mild numbness or tenderness may occur right after the injection due to swelling, which usually resolves within days after the injection.

 

Can I have Botox injections if I am pregnant of breastfeeding ?

The effects of neurotoxin injections have not been studied in pregnant or breastfeeding women.  It would be best to wait until after pregnancy and after finishing breastfeeding before undergoing treatment with Botox and other neurotoxins.