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Neuromodulator Treatments

Wrinkles develop as muscles under the skin contract when we laugh, smile, frown or express emotions in any way. Over time, as the muscles contract and relax again and again, the skin develops fine lines and wrinkles. Botulinum Toxin (a type of neuromodulator) works by countering the effects of the muscles under skin and by weakening its ability to contract. It stops the skin from creasing, leaving you with even, smooth skin you’ll love to show off.

Botulinum Toxin is the most common provider-administered treatment in our office. The short procedure results in possible small areas of swelling lasting 20-30 minutes. These quick injections can produce amazing results in 2-12 days and last up to 4 months. The discomfort associated with this procedure is minimal due to our team of accomplished injectors.

The Garden offers Jeuveau and Xeomin. Whether you want to stop the first signs of wrinkles or want to rejuvenate/tone skin, lines and features…we have the answers. Our line of premium Botulinum Toxin treatments can eliminate signs of wrinkles, fine lines, lift the brows, rid the gummy smile, lift the lips, and of course smoothen and tighten skin.

It is important that our staff be aware of other medical problems, especially neurological or muscle diseases. It is  best not to use this product if you are breastfeeding or planning to become pregnant.


FAQs Regarding Neuromodulators

How long does it take for botulinum toxin to kick in?

It typically takes a few days for the effects to become noticeable, and the full result may take anywhere from 2-14 days.

How long do results last?

The duration of botulinum toxin effects can vary but usually lasts around 3 to 6 months. Dose=Duration

Can I resume normal activities immediately after treatment?

Yes! You can put makeup on and go about your day. We do advise to refrain from strenuous exercise and rubbing/massaging the treated area for at least 24 hours.

Can I combine botulinum toxin with other cosmetic procedures?

100%. Combining tox and other treatments is done often and is typically recommended for a total comprehensive rejuvenation plan.