Botox® / Xeomin®

Botox® and Xeomin® : Soften Wrinkles

Botox®

BOTOX is a cosmetic treatment that is injected into facial muscles to soften lines and wrinkles.

These are non-invasive, very satisfying techniques to give you a more youthful appearance. Dr. Brannan understands facial musculature and how to best treat the wrinkles to create a relaxed look.

  • BOTOX injections are less intrusive than plastic surgery.
  • BOTOX benefits wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, upper nose, lips and eyebrows. These lines give the impression that we’re fatigued or angry and simply make us look older.
  • Once you experience the relaxation of wrinkles and refreshed look from Botox, you will want to maintain a regular treatment plan to help keep your rejuvenated look. You can receive injections every 3 to 4 months.

 

Botox® / Xeomin®

Xeomin®

XEOMIN® is the another, newer option for the treatment of frown lines.

XEOMIN® (incobotulinumtoxinA) is a prescription medicine, similar to Botox, that is injected into muscles and clinically proven to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in adults. Ask Dr. Brannan which neurotoxin is best for you.

Medically, Dr. Brannan utilizes botulinum for eyelid and facial spasm which are involuntary movements of the eyelid and facial muscles. His patient volume, skill and experience renders excellent results, He is a skilled injector for 15 years with thousands of satisfied patients. Why would you settle for anyone with less experience?

Botox® / Xeomin®
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“Our focus is on you, the patient! We will listen to your concerns, evaluate and diagnose your condition, provide you with valuable information and treatment options and ensure you receive quality care utilizing state-of-the art surgical and non-surgical procedures. At our office you will receive the type of attention and treatment you deserve and have been looking for.” – Paul Brannan, MD – Sarasota, FL