frequently asked questions

WILL I BRUISE POST TREATMENT?

The face is a vascular area. Bruising can be normal and expected. It is best to limit alcohol, NSAID’s, Vitamin E and fish oil, two weeks prior treatment.  

HOW LONG WILL MY BOTOX LAST?

Botox and Xeomin are 90 day or 3 month treatments. Some patients find they can go longer in between visits especially after multiple treatments. Although we can give approximate timeframes for efficacy, there are no guarantees, as every person is unique and there are multiple factors that affect the longevity of neurotoxin.  

HOW LONG DOES FILLER LAST?

Lip filler can last 4, 6, 12 months or longer. Facial filler can last a bit longer at 12-18 months. Some patients find they can go longer in between visits especially after multiple treatments. Although we can give approximate timeframes for efficacy, there are no guarantees, as every person is unique and there are multiple factors that affect the longevity of filler.  

CAN I GET MY VACCINE AND FILLER IN THE SAME WEEK?

No, facial fillers must be done two weeks prior or two weeks after your vaccines or boosters.

SHOULD I DO A CONSULTATION FIRST OR CAN I GET TREATED THE SAME DAY?

A consultation is always done prior to any treatment. If you are a candidate for Botox, filler, lasers, peels, etc. we can perform the treatment immediately after the consultation. You can always book a “consultation only” if you would like to take your time deciding to move forward.

DO YOU OFFER DISCOUNTS OR COUPONS?

We try our best to offer fair pricing all year long. We don’t believe in “discounting” medical modalities. We do highlight services each month on our social media pages as a thank you to our wonderful patients.

CAN I GET BOTOX OR FILLER WHILE PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING?

Unfortunately, Botox and filler are not indicated for pregnant or breastfeeding patients. We do offer wonderful facial treatments for our pregnant or breastfeeding patients.

DOES IT HURT?

Botox injections feel like a quick prick. Filler injections can be a little uncomfortable, but we use numbing cream on the face to help make the injections as painless as possible. Most dermal fillers also contain lidocaine, which reduces any discomfort.

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