Botox Cosmetic

Coastal Aesthetics & Medical Weight Loss Center have years of experience of using Botox treatment to treat frown lines, fore head wrinkles, crows feet, eyebrow lift, platysmal bands, massater muscle, underarm sweating, and palm sweating.  Schedule your appointment today to for a free consultation. 

What is Botox?

When the muscles become overactive, they become too strong, they injure the skin by overreacting and thus creasing the skin. Botox Cosmetic relaxes those muscles back to a more natural state, creating a better balance with the surrounding muscles.

We administer small injections of Botox Cosmetic directly into the area you would like to improve. If you are concerned about pain or have sensitive facial areas, we can apply an ice pack or anesthetic cream to the area being worked on.  

Do Botox Injections Hurt?

Most people compare the injection sensation to a bug bite. Overall discomfort is minimal and temporary. We offer an ice pack for each patient to help with any discomfort. If you are concerned about pain or are more sensitive to experiencing pain, local anesthetic cream can be applied to the treated area.

Botox Cosmetic Treatments Improves:

  • Worry lines on the forehead

  • Lines between the eyebrows

  • Smile lines

  • Laugh lines, from the nose to the mouth

  • Crows' feet

Where does Coastal get its' Botox?

We get our Botox Cosmetic directly from Allergan USA, and are a proud Platinum Plus member of Allergan partner privileges. To check if your provider is using real Botox Cosmetic is by checking their status and approval on the botoxcosmetic.com website. 

What is Botox Made of?

Botox Cosmetic consists of the protein Botulinum Toxin A, made by Allergan, a world leader in prescription cosmetic medicines including Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm. 

Is Botox Cosmetic Safe?

Botox has safely treated a variety of medical conditions since its FDA approval in 1989. Botox® Cosmetic has been FDA approved since 2002. As of 2007, Botox injection is the most common cosmetic procedure, with 4.6 million procedures in the United States, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. 

How long does Botox Last?

The effects of Botox Cosmetic typically last 3-4 months. Individual results will vary depending on the strength of the underlying muscles. Your lines will return to the pre-treatment appearance as the Botox Cosmetic wears off. For your complimentary consultation contact our office.

How will I look Post Treatment?

Directly after the treatment, you will notice some initial redness and swelling in the treated area that will subside within an hour. Within 3-5 days, you will start to notice a more rested appearance, however, the treatment will only have settled and look its’ best after 2 weeks of getting initial treatment. Contrary to popular belief, you can have a full range of facial expressions with Botox Cosmetic treatments.

Where can Botox be Administered?

Traditionally it is administered to areas on the face; frown lines between the eyebrows, forehead creases, crows feet around the eyes and fine lines above the lips. A consultation with our providers will help determine where the botox will be administered. 

Who will be doing my Botox?

All Botox Cosmetic injections are done by Dr Kathy James DNP, Dr Jennifer Otto-Rumsey DNP, or Dr. Atul Bembi D.O.. Dr. Bembi has over 12 years experience in doing cosmetic injections, with thousands of injections having been done safely and effectively. 

Who will be doing my Botox?

All Botox Cosmetic injections are done by Dr Kathy James DNP, Dr Jennifer Otto-Rumsey DNP, or Dr. Atul Bembi D.O.. Dr. Bembi has over 12 years experience in doing cosmetic injections, with thousands of injections having been done safely and effectively. 

Is Botox Expensive?

Price varies on how many units of treatment you will need, which will depend on what results you are trying to achieve. A complimentary consultation with one of our providers can help you decide what is right for you.

Post-Procedure Instructions:

Remain upright for 4 hours. Keep your head and neck straight, and avoid touching areas that have received treatment.

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