Fillers vs. Neurotoxin


Aging takes its toll on the face and body. Over time, loss of critical skin structural proteins like collagen and elastin contributes to increased skin laxity (looseness) and an aged appearance. On average, skin depletes collagen at an average rate of 1% per year beginning in the 20’s. Similarly, bone and soft tissue resorption contribute to a global facial volume deflation.

Therefore, a multimodal approach to facial rejuvenation will give the best results as you age. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler and neuromodulating injectables (e.g. Botox) work synergistically to create more seamless facial aesthetic improvements. Neuromodulators can prevent and even improve mild to moderate facial rhytids (wrinkles). Skin resurfacing procedures such as Opus Plasma stimulate collagen production and improve tone, texture,and pigment. HA filler replaces volume loss and restores a more youthful facial profile. Effective and non-complicated skin care routines are essential to maintaining results.

Harmonious results are achieved from trusting professionals who know what works best based on your unique anatomy and facial dynamics. We reject ala carte aesthetic treatments that tend to result in unsubtle enhancements.

Our Most Common Treatments

Neuromodulators (e.g. Botox, Dysport and Daxxify) are highly effective in softening dynamic wrinkles of the face and neck, as well as treating other conditions such as migraines and chronic jaw clenching. By temporarily relaxing the muscles responsible for these issues, neuromodulators can smooth out frown lines, forehead wrinkles, and crow's feet, among others, while also providing relief from these underlying conditions.
Dermal fillers can provide natural and subtle rejuvenation by restoring volume and enhancing facial features. When used correctly, fillers can help to smooth out wrinkles and fine lines, and create a more youthful appearance without looking overly done. By working with a skilled injector, patients can achieve results that look natural and enhance their unique features.
Platelet rich fibrin (PRF) and Sculptra are a popular alternative to traditional fillers in aesthetic medicine. PRF is derived from a patient's own blood, contains growth factors that stimulate collagen production and improve skin texture and tone. Sculptra is a sugar, PLLA used to restore volume and improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines by stimulating collagen production in the skin.

Let our professionals guide your treatments using the 5 Rs of Rejuvenation:

Relaxation with neurotoxins

Replenishing lost volume with filler or PRF

Restoring skin quality with skincare and lasers

Repositioning tissue with surgery as needed

Reducing volume where necessary

Natural Results

Take a look at Anna's work, showcasing the incredible transformations her patients have achieved. Her photos demonstrate the remarkable impact her treatments have had on the confidence of her patients.

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