Botox and Filler in Northern Virginia
Botox in Virginia is a very popular and growing treatment for clients ranging from 21 to 65 years of age. This wrinkle relaxing procedure is a revolutionary approach to reversing the affects facial aging and wrinkles put on the face.
Crow’s feet, smile lines and laugh lines can all be a thing of the past. These are referred to as dynamic wrinkle lines and are easily treatable and reversible with this simple procedure.
Cosmetic rejuvenation in Northern Virginia is the process of injecting Botox into the tiny facial muscles that causes wrinkle formation.
Please call us for information about getting Botox in McLean, VA: (703.827.8600)
Before Botox Procedure
To better understand your overall health, we will help to evaluate your medical history prior to the procedure. In addition, a complete examination of your eyes is made in order to decide the most effective injection sites. All issues and concerns will be discussed.
The areas that will be treated are typically marked and photographs are taken in order to determine the amount of improvement after your Botox injections.
The Botox Procedure
Botox injections are performed without anesthesia, but numbing cream can be used because it is virtually painless. Only a very small prick is felt when the Botox injection areas are created.
The effects are not permanent and may need to be repeated up to three-or-four times per year to retain the wrinkle free effects.
Research has suggested, that long-term use of the injections leads to a better duration of each treatment’s effect. Patients over the age of 65 may not experience as dramatic of results.
Botox is only useful in targeting dynamic lines and cannot be used to repair overly lax or sagging skin caused by the aging process.
After the short (15-20 minute) Botox procedure, patients may experience mild bruising around the area, but that quickly resolves.
Normal work or social activities can be performed immediately after your Botox in Virginia treatment. Possible side effects are temporary, some weakness of nearby muscles is normal.
Botox is completely reversible, so any side effects you may experience are only a temporary condition and can be addressed with a “touch-up.”
Dr. Hayre will explain all risks associated at the time of your consultation as well as outcome expectations.
Please contact us for more information about Botox treatment in McLean, VA.
Filler Injections Virginia
As we continue to age, our faces will show the effects of gravity, sun exposure, volume loss and years of facial muscle movement, due to smiling, laughing, and squinting.
The tissues deep beneath the skin that keep our skin looking youthful and structured begin to break down, often leaving laugh lines, smile lines, crow’s feet or facial creases over the areas where this muscle movement occurs.
Natural soft-tissue fillers in Virginia, are the most common injectable that can help fill in these lines and creases, temporarily restoring a smoother, more youthful-looking face. When injected deep in the skin, these fillers plump up and add structure to creases and sunken areas of the face, around the eyes too.
They can also add fullness to lips and cheeks. Injectable fillers may be used alone or in combination for long lasting results with a resurfacing procedure, like a laser device.
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Though many different fillers are available in Virginia, we have found Restylane to be the safest and most effective.
Restylane in Virginia
Restylane is a safe and natural cosmetic dermal filler that restores volume and fullness to the skin to correct facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds.
Restylane is a cosmetic dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance that already exists in the human body. The hyaluronic acid in Restylane is a crystal-clear gel called NASHA or Non-Animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid. NASHA is completely biocompatible with human hyaluronic acid.
Restylane maintains its shape using the body’s own hydrated moisture. The hyaluronic acid in Restylane is hydrophilic or “water loving.” As hyaluronic acid gradually degrades over time, each molecule binds to more water and over this period of time, the same volume can be maintained with less and less hyaluronic acid or fillers.
This ability of hyaluronic acid to bind to water is what helps provide long-lasting results to our patients across Northern Virginia.