Botox and Dysport in Scottsdale
One of the most successful treatments for facial lines in the last two decades has been the use of muscle relaxing injections to stop the formation of wrinkles. Most people have heard of Botox (Abobotulinum Toxin A) and Dysport (Onabotulinum Toxin A), but there are many misconceptions about what they actually do.
Put simply, both of these treatments work in the same way. They block the muscles they are injected into from receiving the signal to contract. Used properly in the facial muscles, this leads to a more relaxed look and diminished facial lines. The most commonly treated areas is the area between the eyebrows (the glabella) where "frown" lines form, the forehead where horizontal lines form, and around the eyes where "crow's feet" form.
The use of these medications has a very low risk profile in experienced hands. Reports of patients with a drooping eyelid, a dropped eyebrow, an uneven result or "frozen" look are usually either due to poor communication with the injector, or lack of knowledge or skill on the part of the injector.
For this reason, Dr. Holden personally injects all of his patients. He does not use "nurse injectors" or aestheticians to administer treatments that require an intimate knowledge of the facial anatomy.
Call Dr. Holden to make an appointment for Botox or Dysport injection. Be sure to ask about special offers, including lower rates for new patients. You will love your results and find your experience to be special.