BOTOX® is a prescribed treatment derived from Botulinum Toxin A and is only legally available through a licensed physician.
Unlike many options for wrinkle correction, BOTOX® is a non-surgical procedure. It is an injectable and is only minimally invasive. While plastic surgery is quite effective, it carries with it the downside of increased risk of complications and a longer recovery time. For those looking to avoid surgery, injectables are excellent solutions.
Loss of Subdermal Fat
If your face is developing lines, wrinkles, and folds, you may be surprised to learn that this is often caused by loss of subdermal fat. While most of us tend to focus on losing weight, loss of the fat under your dermal layer of facial skin can make you look older than you are.
The benefits of BOTOX® should last for about three to four months.
You may repeat treatment whenever lines and wrinkles again become prominent, but discontinuing BOTOX® treatments may allow your lines and wrinkles to again become notable. Additional treatments have been seen to have a cumulative effect on age lines.
Kayla Hopkins, is a Registered Nurse, after graduating from Darton State College in 2013, she immediately began her nursing career in the Emergency Room.
Almost 5 years ago, she transitioned into the specialty of aesthetic nursing and also obtained her Senior Cosmetic Laser License. She is trained in sclerotherapy, chemical peels, Botox, Juvederm fillers, Voluma, Volbella, Kybella & many different laser treatments. She prides herself on assisting clients to achieve a more natural and refreshed appearance. When Kayla is not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two daughters.
Dr. Joseph Foust is a family medicine doctor who received his medical degree from Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Dr Foust has been in practice just under 20 years. Dr. Foust is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine and is licensed to practice in Georgia and Florida.