Dermal fillers are composed of hyaluronic acid, which is a polysaccharide that occurs naturally in the body and therefore is a safe and reversible treatment for facial volume loss and contouring.
Dermal fillers are injected at varying depths into the skin to create the desired result. Depending on the aesthetic results you wish to achieve, fillers can create a natural look or be used to enhance certain facial features.
Most often, dermal fillers are used to restore lost volume or add structure and shaping to the face. Wrinkles and folds can also be greatly improved with dermal filler, which is an effective treatment for depressed scars as well. With dermal fillers, you can reduce the signs of aging to bring back a more youthful, fresh glow to your face.
Neuromodulators act as a muscle relaxant that precisely and locally reduce muscle contraction.
Botulinum toxins are neurotoxins that affect the nerve and the muscle, they are blocked limiting the contraction. Thus, the primary role of neuromodulators is to temporarily relax facial muscles that are responsible for expressive wrinkles and fine lines.
Neuromodulators can be used for cosmetic or medical reasons as well.
BOTOX has been proven to be effective for treating a number of health concerns.
Some of the health concerns include hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the underarms, palms and feet), muscle spasms and stiff muscles.
Therapeutic BOTOX® is used to treat a number of medical conditions.
For the management of a medical condition that causes patients to sweat spontaneously in the underarms, hands, feet and forehead
For hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating. This can be effective for the underarms, palms, or soles of the feet. Where BOTOX is injected, the nerve signal is blocked from reaching the sweat glands, therefore, eliminating the production of sweat.
For the management of chronic headaches in adults with chronic migraine (more or equal to 15 days per month with headache lasting 4 hours a day or longer)
In patients suffering from TMJ disorder symptoms, Botox helps relax a tense jaw and alleviate pain. It's typically recommended as a complementary treatment to other TMJ disorder therapy, but Botox may be all you need for certain symptoms! In addition: Botox for TMJ disorder symptoms can last up to 3 months.
Belkyra is an injectable medication of Deoxycholic acid, which is a naturally occurring chemical that can be found in the body. The chemical breaks down fat cells by disrupting the cell membranes, which releases the content of the cell.
The contents of the fat cell are then broken down as waste by the body.
Small Belkyra injections are focused into the subcutaneous fat compartment, just under the skin. Originally used for the area under the chin, known as the 'double chin', we can use it in so many more areas! Often, these problem areas are resistant to exercise and healthy lifestyle choices.
You'll notice a significant difference including a slimmer appearance and more contoured shape. Once the fat has been dissolved, it is a permanent result.