If you desire a more youthful appearance, but don’t want to undergo a surgical procedure, Botox® and fillers may be just the solution you need. With the help of Chad Carlton, MD, FACS, FASBMS, who has advanced training in injectable techniques, you can undergo a personalized antiaging treatment at LoneStar Bariatrics. Find out if Botox and fillers are right for you by booking a consultation through the website or by calling to speak with a team member directly.
To achieve a dramatic “liquid face-lift” effect, you can get Botox and fillers. Both types of injectables are highly beneficial for smoothing your skin and revitalizing your more youthful appearance. But they each work differently. Check out what Botox and fillers do.
Botox — called a “neuromodulator” — affects the way muscles work. Upon injection, the purified botulinum serum in Botox quickly starts blocking signals that lead to muscle contractions. As a result, muscles become temporarily paralyzed, which allows your skin to smooth out.
Because Botox takes effect only on targeted muscles, all surrounding muscles function normally. You won’t have to worry about a “frozen” appearance.
Dermal fillers are clinically designed to restore and replenish volume. They can even add plumpness to areas where you need more volume.
Some of the most popular fillers contain hyaluronic acid gel. Hyaluronic acid attracts water molecules to help keep cells hydrated for natural-looking (and feeling) plumpness.
You can get either Botox or fillers as standalone treatments, or you can get both types of injectables during your treatment. In general, Dr. Carlton uses Botox to treat imperfections on the top portion of your face, while he reserves fillers for the bottom portion of your face.
As an example, your Botox treatment from LoneStar Bariatrics is beneficial for minimizing the appearance of:
If you’re getting fillers, Dr. Carlton helps you select just the right type of filler to:
Dr. Carlton may be able to use Botox and fillers to help enhance other areas, too. Your Botox and fillers treatment from LoneStar Bariatrics is entirely customized for your unique needs.
Botox and fillers are both temporary treatments, although they are very long-lasting. Dr. Carlton finds that Botox injections can provide superior results for as long as 3-4 months.
Dermal fillers can last for about 12-24 months, although it just depends on which brand you choose and the area where it’s injected. When you come in to LoneStar Bariatrics for your consultation, Dr. Carlton can let you know about how long your specific injectable service should last.
Book your Botox and fillers evaluation at LoneStar Bariatrics directly through the website today. You can also call to schedule by phone.
Individual results may vary.