Botox® Appointment Request
What should I expect at my appointment?
Botox appointments take between 10-15 minutes depending on how many areas we are treating. If this is your first Botox treatment, appointments are typically a little longer.
During your initial appointment our nurses will discuss your facial goals and expectations in order to ensure that you are fully informed about the product. A treatment plan will then be discussed and agreed upon prior to beginning the injections.
We use a very small needle to perform Botox injections, which makes discomfort minimal.
Will I look overdone?
You should not lose the ability to show expression. Our nurses are licensed and trained medical experts in facial anatomy. We offer complimentary consultations so that you can discuss any concerns with our staff.
How much Botox® will I need?
The amount of Botox a patient will need is impossible to tell for certain without an evaluation by one of our nurses. For a Botox estimate specific to your facial structure, we recommend you schedule a complimentary consultation.
When will I see results?
You may begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours, however it will take up to 10 days for the full effect to be achieved. Results generally last 3-4 months.
How much does Botox® Cost?
- New Patients: New patients are eligible for new patient pricing at $10/unit for their first visit.
- Botox® Days: We have two Botox® Days per month where pricing is $10/unit.(minimum 25 units)
- Standard Pricing: Standard pricing for Botox® is $12/unit.
What should I expect after my appointment?
The injection site should not be touched or massaged for the first 4 hours after treatment. The muscles in the treated area should be contracted (smile and frown) every 15 minus for 3-4 hours following treatment. Do not exercise or consume alcohol for the first 24 hours. Light makeup can be applied one hour after treatment.
We use a very small needle to perform Botox® injections, which makes discomfort minimal. You may feel a little pinch in the injection site. Ice can be used to numb the areas before injection, and for those that are a little more nervous, we can always use numbing cream. Most patients don’t require either.