BOTOX is a simple, in-office procedure used to improve appearance by softening wrinkles and lines on the face formed over time through the activation of our facial muscles. The procedure typically takes only 10 minutes, and there is no downtime or inconvenience.
At the Lincoln Aesthetic Surgical Institute, your safety and satisfaction matter most and we are proud of the uncompromising care we can offer you. Our prices are competitive too. In fact, you only pay for the exact number of units of BOTOX Cosmetic you actually receive — without hidden costs or confusion. Injections are never done by a nurse or physician’s assistant; Dr. Mitchell personally administers the injections.
Areas typically addressed with BOTOX include the horizontal wrinkles on our forehead, as well as vertical wrinkles that form between our eyebrows. Other uses include the wrinkles that form just lateral to our eyes (also known as Crow’s feet) as well as the bands that we sometimes develop in our neck from the platysma muscles. In addition, it can be used to help elevate the lateral brow.
Improvements are typically seen within a few days or up to two weeks. Occasionally, a touch-up procedure is needed after two weeks if some muscle activity is still present. Results last three to four months.
If BOTOX interests you, please contact our office or call us at 402-483-8530 for a free consultation. Dr. Mitchell will assess you, answer all your questions and concerns, and help you decide if BOTOX is right for you.
BOTOX is a simple, non-surgical, physician-administered treatment that can temporarily smooth moderate to severe lines for people ages 18 to 65 years. BOTOX is made from purified protein produced by the Clostridium botulinum, which reduces the activity of the muscles that cause those wrinkles and lines to form over time.
Side affects with BOTOX may include localized pain, inflammation, tenderness, swelling, redness, and/or bleeding/bruising associated with the injection. Nausea, as well as a temporary headache, can occur. If administered between the brows, temporary eyelid droop may occur. Patients with certain neuromuscular disorders such as ALS, myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome may be at increased risk of serious side effects. Patients with a prior allergic reaction to BOTOX should not undergo these injections.
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