Considered the gold standard for the treatment of wrinkles, Botox and Fillers can eliminate facial lines that emerge due to the natural aging process, exposure to the elements and other issues. In this way, the treatment allows to take years off your appearance and restore your youthful expression – without surgery

How it works

To begin, you’ll sit in a comfortable reclining chair while an aesthetician evaluates your facial anatomy to determine exactly where to place the injections to reverse any lines and wrinkles, while making sure you can still move your face with ease. 

The treatment is quick and comfortable. Your personal NP will determine the ideal placement of the injections for optimal wrinkle correction. Then a tiny needle is used to inject the precise amount of Botox and Fillers needed to achieve the desired result. Slight redness and swelling at the injection sites will fade within minutes, and you can go about your normal routine.

Botox and Fillers results emerge over the course of 5 to 7 days, and tend to last 3 or 4 months. Studies have shown that regularly scheduled Botox and Fillers treatments will produce prolonged results. Although this is a common treatment, it is by no means simple or fool-proof. For predictable, natural looking results, you should trust only a highly trained, board-certified nurse practitioners with extensive experience and training in the use of this product.


The ideal placement of BOTOX injections produces a more youthful appearance by softening dynamic wrinkles – those caused by repeated facial expressions. The treatment involves injecting small amounts of the purified toxin into the tiny muscles responsible for the movements that create the lines and wrinkles. This relaxes the muscle, reducing the lines and wrinkles and producing smoother skin in the treated areas.

The most common treatment areas include:

The uses of these products for neck rejuvenation, and for the creation of a brow-lift effect. Highly skilled injectors may use BOTOX in other areas such as around the mouth, the chest, or jawline.