Dr. Billano has been injecting Botox since Botox was approved for aesthetic use by the FDA in 2002.
Dr. Billano is a Platinum Plus injector and is an expert Botox injector and is in the top 5% of injectors in the nation.
It is the most popular cosmetic procedure performed at Heights Dermatology and Aesthetics.
We now offer Walk-in Botox will be every Tuesday! Stop by and see Dr. Billano for a refresher! No appointment necessary.
Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the muscles. The injected muscles can no longer contract, which causes the wrinkles to relax and soften.
Botox is a very safe product and is a suitable for a wide range of concerns.
Most patients see significant results within three to five days, although some may not see results for a longer period of time. The softening of lines may continue to improve up to 30 days after treatment
Most people find that results of a Botox treatment last 31/2 to 4 months on average.
Lift your brow
Open up your eyes
Reduce the movement of your upper lip to keep you from exposing your gums when you smile
Lift a droopy nose
Lift corners of the mouth
Soften your square jaw
Reduce the appearance of neck bands
Botox should only be injected by board certified physicians that have experience performing those procedures
While cosmetic treatments have often been considered just for women, more men than ever are recognizing the benefits of looking more youthful and refreshed with this simple procedure.
Most patients see significant results within three to five days, although some may not see results for a longer period of time. Lines can continue to improve for up to 30 days after treatment.
Most people find that the results of a Botox treatment last about 4 months on average. The injections can be repeated at these intervals to maintain the results.
Dr Billano performs all injectable treatments for every patient. Never allow anyone but a qualified physician to inject Botox in your face.
Discomfort is usually brief and minimal. You can opt for a topical anesthetic cream applied to your injection area, as well as a cold pack to help numb the area just before treatment.
You should always seek the advice of a qualified health care professional before receiving a prescription medication. In general, do not seek Botox Cosmetic treatment if you have:
A disease that can lead to muscle or nerve weakness
Allergies to any botulinum product
An infection in the treatment area
Significant breathing problems
Are pregnant or attempting to conceive
Are breastfeeding or plan to breast feed