Category Archives: Botox



Wrinkles—The Basics

What causes wrinkles? Wrinkles, for the most part, are a natural consequence of getting older—your skin gets thinner and more worn, and wrinkles become more prominent. If you’ve noticed that most of your wrinkles are around your eyes, between your brows, on your forehead, and near your mouth, this is because wrinkles are also cause… Read More »


Dysport® vs. Botox®: Similarities and Differences

Dysport® and Botox® are both FDA approved neuromodulators for cosmetic and medical indications. Both products are derived from the same neurotoxin (Botulinum Toxin Type A). Botox® has become the brand name for cosmetic treatment of wrinkles by neurotoxin and has been available for over 12 years. Dysport®, previously referred to as Reloxin, has been available… Read More »


Botox® for the First Time? What to Expect

Botox® is an injectable neuromodulator which blocks the nerve receptors that connect to muscles. When injected in the location of muscles, it temporarily paralyzes them for about 3 months. Botox® has been utilized for almost 20 years, but the neurotoxin has been studied for longer. It does have both cosmetic and medical indications, but usually… Read More »


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