BOTOX Cosmetic & Dysport
Injectables & Skin Care Serving Sugar Land, Richmond & Greatwood
Wrinkle Treatment With Sweetwater OB/GYN
Natural aging and a lifetime of involuntary facial muscle actions contribute to the formation of wrinkles, creases and lines that can make you look angry, tired or older than you feel. Although aging may be inevitable, Sweetwater possesses an unprecedented arsenal of gentle, non-surgical treatments that combat the most noticeable and frustrating facial imperfections.
BOTOX and Dysport are the leading injection treatments for wrinkle removal and control.
Dysport and BOTOX are both excellent treatments for the following areas of concern:
- Frown lines
- Forehead lines
- Crow’s feet
- Masseter muscle hypertrophy
- Poor jawline definition (Nefertiti Lift)
- Chin puckering and sagging
- Neck lines
- Lines around the lips
Recognized as an Allergan Platinum Level Injector, Sherry Mitchell, NP offers an unparalleled level of expertise in BOTOX injections that you won’t find at other clinics or med spas. To learn more about how BOTOX can help you, please contact us today to schedule a consultation with Sherry. Our state-of-the-art facility in Sugar Land welcomes patients from all over Fort Bend County with two locations on Hwy 59 at the Beltway and Hwy 59 at the Grand Parkway.
Dysport: An Alternative To BOTOX
DA-approved Dysport serves as an alternative to Botox. While working similar to Botox, in many cases, Dysport may provide a quicker result that may also last a little longer then with Botox. Dysport is ideal for both men and women alike and suitable for younger adults in their 20s and 30s who want to take a preventative approach to anti-aging.
Dysport also has a very low risk of side effects. While some patients may experience mild swelling, redness or bruising at the injection site, these conditions will quickly subside similar to the side effects of BOTOX.
Quick Treatment Time
Sessions usually last between 10 and 15 minutes.
You can return to normal activities right away. Many patients undergo treatment on their lunch breaks then return immediately to work.