Botox – Reduce the Appearance of Frown Lines, Forehead Lines and Crows Feet!
Botox® is a neuromodulator that is FDA-approved to temporarily make moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines look better in women and men. Botox reduces targeted wrinkle-causing facial muscles to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Botox can produce a very natural looking, dramatic improvement in your appearance. There is no down time with this treatment, and you can return to your regular daily activities immediately.*
With Botox you get rapid results (full effect in 3-4 days) with no downtime.*
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Why Botox at New Radiance Cosmetic Centers?
- Our Board Certified Surgeons & Physician Assistants are Expert Injectors – South Florida’s Top Botox injectors are here!
- New Radiance Cosmetic Centers is a Platinum Provider Award Center of Allergan, the Maker of Botox.
- Brilliant Distinctions Allergan Provider so when you receive it here YOU get rewards!
- New Radiance Cosmetic Centers only uses authentic Allergan product and does not dilute during reconstitution. This means you will not receive less effective diluted solution and enjoy the full results. See “Not all Botox is Created Equal” below for more information.
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Individual results vary. Real Botox patients. *
South Florida’s Trusted Botox Platinum Provider & Allergan Partner
Authentic Botox Cosmetic from Allergan and our Master Injectors will Smooth out Your Wrinkles
Botox injections in South Florida at New Radiance Cosmetic Centers are performed ONLY by expert master injectors. Botox is a convenient way for women and men to enhance their appearance without undergoing surgery. It is is now used regularly by millions of people for facial wrinkles including frown lines, forehead wrinkles, crows feet, eye wrinkles and mouth wrinkles.*
What is Botox? How Does It Work?
Botox is the most well-known injectable neuromodulator. Neuromodulators are derived from botulinum toxin type A, a protein and neurotoxin. Once injected, Botox works beneath the surface of your skin and temporarily reduces activity in the muscles used to make facial expressions that cause lines and wrinkles.*
Botox is a high-performing wrinkle reducer that eliminate lines and facial wrinkles with visible results. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery ranked Botox as the most popular aesthetic procedure in the United States. It is safe, quick, and effective. The treatments can revitalize your appearance and take away that older, tired look that comes with lines and wrinkles.*
The beauty of the treatment is that it’s a simple, 10-minute, non-surgical process. You can even do it on your lunch break. We welcome you to come in get a free consultation to find out if treatment is right for you. We’ll be glad to answer any and all of your questions.
What are the Benefits of Botox Cosmetic?
As the most well-known and established neuromodulator on the market, the Botox Cosmetic name is associated with quality. Botox is incredibly effective at temporarily reducing lines and wrinkles. Not only will you be satisfied with your results, but the non-surgical treatment takes just 10 minutes and you may begin to notice results just 24 hours after your treatment. While Botox is most commonly used to reduce lines and wrinkles, it is also proven to be effective for brow reshaping. Although Botox was designed for cosmetic use, it is FDA-approved for treating both excessive underarm sweating and chronic migraines.*
Questions and Answers
What Causes Wrinkles?
The lines and wrinkles that contribute to an older appearance are the result of often-repeated facial movements. Smiling, squinting, and furrowing the brow dozens of times a day over the course of a lifetime etches wrinkles into the skin. With age, the body’s production of collagen and elastin declines — the skin becomes less elastic and less able to return to normal after being stretched by muscle contractions. Neuromodulators, solve this problem by limiting the impact of the repetitions that cause the signs of aging.*
Is Botox Cosmetic Right for Me?
Are you interested in reducing lines and wrinkles to achieve a more youthful appearance, but aren’t sure that Botox is the right solution for you? Botox is an effective method of reducing lines and wrinkles for both men and women. In fact, the number of men choosing neuromodulator treatments, like Botox, is on the rise — in the past three years, men have received over one million botulinum toxin treatments. Botox is also a desirable option for adults of all ages. When contemplating whether to get a Botox treatment, the severity of your lines and wrinkles is a better determinant than your age. In fact, 64% of plastic surgeons report seeing a rise in neuromodulator treatments for patients in their early 30’s. Everyone’s lines form differently and are influenced by a variety of factors, from collagen production to damage caused by the sun. After your Botox treatment, no one should be able to tell you’ve had anything done — you’ll look like yourself, only with less noticeable lines.*
How Long Does a Botox Treatment Take?
The Botox injection treatment takes only 10 minutes. Full results of the treatment are seen in 3-4 days.*
When Will I Notice Results?
You may begin to notice results in the first day after your treatment. Full results are typically seen within 3-4 days. Your results should last up to 4 months.*
How Many Injections Will I Need?
The number of injections you receive will be dependent on your desired results and the number of areas being treated. For the crow’s feet area, your specialist will inject 3 areas of the muscle on both sides of your face. For the frown lines area, you will receive 5 injections into the muscles between your brows and your forehead. For the forehead lines area, you will receive 5 injections into a muscle in your forehead.*
Does the Treatment Hurt?
While pain and discomfort are relative and experiences will vary, Botox typically involves minimal discomfort, if any. Some patients report that the Botox injection feels like a pinch.*
Is There a Recovery Period After the Treatment?
Given the non-surgical nature of the treatment, there is minimal downtime after treatment. You could schedule a treatment for your lunch break and return to work immediately after. Normal physical activities can be resumed immediately after your treatment.*
Not All Botox is Created Equal
Botox at one facility may not be exactly what you get at another, unfortunately.
Clostridium Botulinum toxin type A is supplied in a manufacturers vial containing 100 units of vacuum-dried neurotoxin powder complex. A practitioner cannot inject a powdered substance through a syringe. In order to inject active units, saline must be added to reconstitute. This process enables Botox to be extracted from the vial into the syringe and then injected.
There are 100 units in every vial. The more saline added to the vial, the less active units will be in each 1/10 mL extracted into the syringe. Some may refer to this is as the dilution process, but it is actually called reconstitution. What this means for patients: each facility can reconstitute the injection differently, using the recommended standard amount of saline or a greater amount in order to dilute the product. Unfortunately, over-diluted product is a problem in South Florida.
With this in mind, you should be cautious and only deal with a facility that you trust. Prices vary based on how the formula was reconstituted.
You may get a large syringe and only have received half or less of the amount of the units you need. Most Cosmetic Centers that inject properly charge from $13.00 to $17.00 per unit of Botox or $250-300 per area treated.
We frequently hear from new patients that treatments from other centers did not seem to work well and they believe the product does not work. Then, after receiving Botox at New Radiance Cosmetic Centers, they are amazed at the difference proper dilution and technique make.
Table B: Recommendations for Reconstitution and Handling*
|Diluent (saline) added to Botox vial|
(0.9% sodium chloride injection)
Units per 0.1 (1/10) mL
|1.0 mL||10.0 U|
|2.0 mL||5.0 U|
|2.5 mL||4.0 U*|
|4.0 mL||2.5 U|
|8.0 mL||1.25 U|
So if a center dilutes their Botox® with 8.0mL of saline you would only receive 1.25 units of Botox® per 0.1 mL injected vs. the proper dose of 4.0 units per 0.1 mL injected. In other words you’re receiving mostly saline. Now you know why some centers price their Botox® so low and why all Botox® injections are not created equal.