What are the most popular treatments that you provide?
Neurotoxins (BOTOX®, Dysport®) and dermal fillers.
Generally, how long is the recovery time after one of your procedures?
After a neurotoxin treatment, there isn’t any recovery or downtime at all. Fillers are more invasive and you can have bruising or swelling, but recovery is patient dependent. It could be a few days or a few weeks, depending on the area of treatment.
How often do I need to return for treatments?
My patients usually come in every eight to 10 weeks for a neurotoxin maintenance treatment. This way, the neurotoxin stays in your system and will keep your muscles relaxed. It’s really the only way these treatments are effective. If you go in every three to four months when your wrinkles have returned, you are basically starting from square one.
In my opinion, the reason you are getting a neurotoxin is to prevent or correct skin damage that you have (wrinkles at rest). The only way to do this is to stay in a maintenance phase. Keep in mind: you don’t have to be frozen, we just want your muscles not to work so hard that they crease your skin.
Filler patients usually come in every three months for a touch-up. As the filler disintegrates, we add a layer on top to keep the filler in place.
When trying to decide where to go for your aesthetic needs, keep this in mind. You want to go to a provider that specializes in facial aesthetic medicine. We are the only aesthetic practice in the southeast with a sole focus on neurotoxins and dermal Fillers in all three of our locations. We don’t offer many different services for a reason. We don’t want to be good at many different treatments; we want to be the best in the treatments we do every day.
10301 N. Rodney Parham Road, C7, Little Rock