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Botox Treatment

Botox Treatment in Naperville, IL

At Suburban Healthcare Associates we provide botox treatment. Call us for more details or book an appointment online.

Botox Treatment in Naperville, IL
Botox Treatment in Naperville, IL

Botulinum Toxin, a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium A, can relax the muscles on areas of the face which cause wrinkles associated with facial expressions. Treatment with Botox® can cause facial expression lines or wrinkles to essentially disappear and works beneath the surface to temporarily reduce the underlying muscle activity that causes moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines in adults – to help them look visibly smoother. Botox is diluted to a very controlled solution and when injected into the muscles with a very thin needle, it is almost painless. The doctors at Suburban Healthcare Laser Aesthetics & Medspa are trained to administer Botox to effectively treat wrinkles and want to help you achieve your perfect skin!

Which areas can I get Botox treatments done?

 We offer Botox treatments for both the glabellar (between the eyebrows) and forehead areas.

 How long do the results last for?

The results last for about 3 to 4 months.

What can I expect before my Botox treatment?

The entire procedure itself takes a couple of minutes and there is virtually no downtime afterwards. The doctor will numb the skin before administering the Botox and the results can be seen immediately after the procedure is done.

Who should get Botox treatments?

Along with smoothing existing wrinkles, Botox treatments can prevent the formation of new wrinkles that come with age. Botox is also safe for all people of all skin types and ages, so anyone can undergo these treatments.

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Family Medicine