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Botox & Fillers

Refresh • Rejuvenate • Regain your youthfulness & Confidence 
Precision injections that allow for reducing wrinkles and fine lines on the surface of the skin. Additional Botox benefits may include treatment of headaches, migraines, cervical dystonia, jaw spasms and/or other muscular spasm. Fillers complement the fine curves of the face by redefining volume, along with micro-threads to stimulate the natural production of collagen and elastin. 
The primary use of Botox is reducing the appearance of facial wrinkles. According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, Botox injections are the most popular cosmetic procedure nationwide. In 2016, over 7 million people had Botox treatments. The effects are temporary, lasting 3-12 months, depending on the type of treatment.

People often request the injections in the following areas of the face: 
• Wrinkles between the eyebrows, called frown lines, glabellar lines, or elevens.
• Wrinkles around the eyes, known as crow's feet. 
• Horizontal creases in the forehead.
• Lines at the corners of the mouth.
• "Cobblestone: Skin on the chin.

This picture is not one size fits all. You would need to take in account how deep your lines are, as it may take more units to achieve your desired look. 

What are the risks of Medical Botox Injections? 

Some common side effects of Medical Botox include dry mouth, headache, neck pain, tiredness, and pain at the injection site. There are also some uncommon, but serious side effects with Medical Botox. Call your doctor or seek medical help if you have weakness all over, loss of bladder control, vision problems or changes, or problems breathing, swallowing, or speaking. You should also seek help for signs or an allergic reaction, such as itching, wheezing, dizziness, or swelling. 

Does Health insurance cover medical Botox? 
Insurance coverage for Medical Botox varies. Most plans -including Medicare and Medicaid- cover it for FDA approved indications like migraine. Insurance may or may not cover off-label uses Call your insurance provider and ask about your coverage. Find out if you need preauthorization or any other paperwork before starting treatment. Talk to your insurance provider and doctor's office about your costs. 

FDA Approved Botox
• Chronic Migraines 
• Excessive Underarm Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) 
• Overactive Bladder
• Crossed- Eyes
• Severe Neck Spasms
• Cervical Dystonia
• Spasticity
• Strabismus
• Blepharospasm 
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