Botox has a long history of cosmetic use having been approved in Canada since 2001 . It is amazing that today we can remove wrinkles by temporarily relaxing the muscles that are causing wrinkles .
With over 4 million world wide Botox procedures having been performed, you now have the power to say good bye to frown , forehead , and crows feet lines.
No one wander Botox has become most popular non surgical procedure in the world
And can be the foundation of an antiaging and skin rejuvenating regimen.
Soft, Full, Facial Volume with smooth transitions is a sign of a youth. As we age, we tend to no only add wrinkles but also lose volume in important in areas such as Cheeks , Nasolabial lines, chin, and under the eye.
Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane, help us replenish lost volume and restore skin smoothness and glow.
Being made of Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in your skin, it is little wander that soft tissue fillers are so popular and rank as the number 2 non surgical cosmetic procedure after botox.
Soft tissue fillers have the advantage of being capable of long lasting results up to a year or longer allowing you to enjoy the effects for many months .
Lips play an important role in facial aesthetics. The shape and volume of the lip needs to be cohesive with the facial shape and age of the client. Creating the right lip aesthetics with fillers is a combination of technique and artistry. A great lip augmentation requires maintaining correct relative proportions between upper and lower lips, and ensuring they are in good proportion to the underlying facial structure.
During your complimentary consultation for lip augmentation, clients first see before and after pictures and videos of patients who we have treated – from a variety of facial types and ages and different lip shapes. You will learn exactly what outcome to expect after your treatment.
Botox For Migraines
Botox has been approved in Canada for migraine treatment and prevention since 2011.
It is an extremely effective treatment for migraine with minimal downtime. Most patients experience a significant reduction in migraine frequency and severity for 4 months or longer after botox treatment.
The procedure only takes about 15 minutes.
How does it work? BOTOX® blocks chemical changes on nerve endings. To treat chronic migraine, BOTOX® is injected into muscles of the forehead, the side and back of the head, and the neck and shoulders to produce a partial and temporary chemical “denervation” of the muscles. Botox is thought to reduce neurogenic inflammation which is one of the a key components of migraine activation.
Most extended insurance plans partially cover the cost of botox for migraines.
Botox For Excessive Sweating
The procedure is a 15 minute, no downtime procedure. Most patients get significant reduction or even elimination of their excessive underarm sweating and the results can last 3 to 9 months.
How does it work? Botox stops sweat in the area where it is placed by blocking the release of acetylcholine (Acetylcholine is responsible for activating the sweat gland) and when acetylcholine is blocked the sweat gland becomes inactive.
For most people, this therapy is a delightful change, liberating them from daily worries of sweating in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Most extended insurance plans cover a portion of the cost of Botox for Excessive Sweating.