Monday, March 6th is Botox Day! All day.
GET GORGEOUS RESULTS and SAVE MONEY during this all-day event.
Our goal is to help you look gorgeous, natural, and oh-so-wrinkle-free.
BOTOX® Cosmetic injections are an ideal procedure to:
- Smooth the wrinkles in your forehead
- Erase the frown lines between your brows
- Wipe away the crow’s feet (wrinkles around your eyes)
- Reduce the smile lines
- Remove the bunny lines (wrinkles on/around the bridge of your nose)
- Prevent excessive perspiration and severe sweating under your arms
- Help prevent chronic migraines
Top 3 Most Commonly Treated Botox Areas
These are the most common areas treated with injectable neuromodulators (toxins) to relax the facial muscles that cause wrinkles and fine lines.
Each numbered zone represents a single treatment area (for instance, item #3 shown on both sides of the face is considered a separate treatment region).
A very popular area where wrinkles and lines begin to form due to worry, stress, and natural aging and they show up most noticeably when expressing surprise or excitement.
Also known as “elevens” since wrinkles resembling the number eleven tend to develop between the eyes as we age. These wrinkles or folds tend to show most noticeably while frowning, worried, or concentrating.
Wrinkles that develop around the edges of the eyes resembling the foot of a bird or crow. Depending on the severity of the wrinkles, these lines may not be noticeable while relaxed but show up most while laughing or smiling. If left untreated, these lines will become more noticeable even while relaxed.
Other areas not shown in the photo include brow lifts and lines around the lip area.
It’s The Perfect Lunchtime Procedure
Botox is so minimally invasive (which means it’s virtually painless and requires no downtime) that you can have the aesthetic procedure performed on your lunch break, still have time to grab a sandwich from the deli, and return to work as normal.
The even better news?
Results can last for three to four months.
I'm looking gorgeous - I love it!
I'm definitely coming back!
from Fort Worth
Results of a patient from Fort Worth treated with Botox:
Doctor Fairweather and Kristina Casel, R.N. share the same philosophy and protocol for cosmetic injections.
That means you’ll never have to wonder about the results of your aesthetic procedure when you visit.
Botox 101: Your Questions and Our Answers
“What is Botox?”
BOTOX® Cosmetic is an injection of purified botulinum toxin (onabotulinumtoxinA) that reduces wrinkles by relaxing muscle activity. It is a prescription-only medicine that should only be administered by an experienced doctor, cosmetic surgeon or aesthetic nurse injector to temporarily improve the look of both moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows in adults.
“How does it work?”
Botox — or any other toxin/neuromodulator, for that matter — works by weakening selected facial muscles so that they cannot pull on the overlying skin, thereby reducing wrinkles. It does this by temporarily blocking the nerves of targeted muscles that are responsible for causing the wrinkles.
“What areas are most commonly treated?”
Botox is most commonly used to reduce wrinkles on the face (especially the forehead, smile lines, and wrinkles around the eyes) and to reduce excessive sweating of the armpits and hands.
“Is it Safe?”
There is very little chance of allergic reaction, and there is minimal swelling or bruising from the procedure. Side effects are possible and may include: discomfort or pain at the injection site; headaches; and eye problems: double vision, blurred vision, drooping eyelids, and swelling of your eyelids.
“Is it painful?”
The generally consensus is that it does not hurt. Most patients describe it feeling like a mosquito bite or “like squeezing a pimple.”
“Are there restrictions after treatment? What is recovery like afterward?”
Typically there is minimal to no bruising or swelling and you may immediately resume normal activities with the following considerations in mind:
- Avoid bending, lying down, straining or exercise immediately after treatment.
- Apply ice packs after your treatment.
- Do not massage the injection sites as this can cause the Botox to spread beyond the intended targeted areas; although rare, this can result in unintended effects like drooping of eyelids, mouth, etc.
“How long will the results last?”
Most patients can expect visible results to last 3-4 months from a single procedure. They get their best results with regular, three-month visits to our clinic.
“What unintended effects could I get?”
There is a slight (2 – 5 %) chance of mild eyelid droop with a procedure performed on the forehead region. Medication can be prescribed to treat this condition, although it resolves on its own within 4 to 6 weeks without treatment.
“Does the procedure work 100% of the time?”
Treatment does not always “take” on the first attempt which may mean that you need a follow-up treatment to achieve the desired results.
How much does Botox Cost?”
Some medical spas price their toxins by the number of units.
We prefer to keep things simple and price all of our neuromodulators (including Dysport and Xeomin) based upon the number of facial areas that you want treated.
Why do we price it this way?
Because at the end of the day, what you’re really buying is the end-result. If you’re going to get aesthetic medicine, you need to get it done properly, with the right amount of total units, and the only way to know that is from a custom facial mapping from Dr. Fairweather or Kristina. Again we’re going for optimal results that are personalized for your particular face rather than relying upon a predetermined, one-size-fits-all approach to how many units you’ll get for correction.
Our pricing is tiered based upon the number of areas treated at time of purchase.
- Single Area $300 Botox / $275 Dysport
- Two Areas $550 Botox / $475 Dysport
- Three Areas $700 / $650 Dysport
*Loyalty clients always pay less!
Keep in mind that there are other CRITICAL FACTORS TO CONSIDER (besides price) when shopping for a deal or comparing prices.
“What is a unit of Botox?”
A unit is a measurement based on the strength of dilution. Dosing units are not the same as, or comparable to, any other botulinum toxin product. So although Dysport and Xeomin are also measured in units, they differ.
“Do you have any before and after pictures that I can see of actual clients or patients?”
Here are a few photos showing results of erasing forehead wrinkles.
You can also read what some of our customers from Fort Worth and surrounding DFW cities have to say about their experience.
“Are there other questions that I should be asking?”
Glad you asked! Here are a few more questions and answers you might want to consider.
Your skin reflects all of your life experiences in the form of wrinkles, frown lines, crow’s feet, smile lines, and bunny lines. We want to help you keep the memories, and the hard-earned wisdom of a life well lived but not the wrinkles.
After all, every girl deserves to have her secrets!
Even if your secret is a little, now-and-then Botox.