Smooth Fine Lines & Wrinkles With Botox, Dysport, And Jeuveau
EVRNU offers a range on injectables, such as Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau (a.k.a Newtox), in our Kansas City clinic to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, prevent excessive sweating, and treat migraine headaches. Our safe and FDA-approved injectables rejuvenate your skin and restore a youthful glow by relaxing facial muscles. Injectables are commonly used to treat:
- Crow’s feet – a.k.a. wrinkles around the eyes
- Frown lines
- Forehead creases
- Neck lines
- Wrinkles along the corners of the mouth
- Jaw muscles
- Excessive sweating
HOW DO INJECTABLES WORK?
In addition to collagen depletion, sun damage, and damaged caused by free radicals, wrinkles can naturally occur over time just from frowning and squinting – which causes muscles to contract and your skin to crease and fold. After deciding which injectable best fits your needs, the treatment is administered beneath the surface of your skin to target underlying muscles responsible for crow’s feet, frown lines, and wrinkles. When injected into these muscles, it temporary freezes muscle activity, allowing for a visible reduction in the appearance of facial lines.
How Long Does The Treatment Take?
Your practitioner will perform an initial consultation and facial analysis to discuss your goals and determine a treatment plan that’s appropriate for your needs. The injection process is extremely quick, taking only about 10 minutes to complete. This means you can pamper yourself and achieve your beauty goals during your lunch break, in between errands, or whenever your hectic schedule allows you a few minutes of “me” time.
Will Injectables Give Me A Fake Look?
At EVRNU, you’ll be treated by a licensed and trained specialist who is well-versed in the science of facial anatomy. Because of this, they will be able to utilize the right technique to produce the results you desire. You won’t lose the ability to show expression.
When Can I Expect To See Results?
Results begin to show in about 48 to 72 hours with the full effects visible within 30 days. You can expect the treatment to last between 3 to 6 months.