Are Injectables Right for Me?
If you want to fight signs of aging, then this treatment could be right for you. Below are a few signs that this treatment could be what you are looking for. Do you want to:
- Achieve an enhanced shape and form of your lips
- Reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and lines
- Correct loss of volume or improve facial contours
- Achieve subtle enhancements to your nose (a non-surgical nose job)
More patients are choosing non-surgical treatments for the range of benefits they provide. Surgery requires significant commitment. Not only do you need to spend time away from your daily life, but you must commit to your results for years. With injectables, the process is far less intensive.
Over time, your body naturally breaks down both Botulinum Toxin and fillers. Though this means your results can fade over time, it also allows you more freedom in building your aesthetic. Since your results likely will last a year or under, you can try different options to see what best suits your natural beauty.
The first step in your rejuvenation process is a consultation. During your personal meetings with Dr. Linville, you can get a sense for what treatments will be right for you. After listening to your goals, he can put together a fully tailored treatment plan that will make them a reality.
How Do Botulinum Toxin and Fillers Work?
Injectables can provide powerful help in fighting the signs of aging. But they hardly take any time out of your daily life. Instead of spending hours in surgery and weeks recovering, your treatment can last under half an hour.
Many of our patients come in during a lunch break and are back at work within minutes. Yet the results are powerful and last for months.
Since there is no need for anesthesia, you can even drive yourself home the same day. At most we use a local numbing anesthetic to ensure the injection process is comfortable. During your treatment, we precisely follow your treatment plan in every regard.
Afterward, some patients may notice minor swelling or bruising. But even this fades within about a day for most patients.