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What are neuromodulators?
Neuromodulator injections work by weakening facial muscles that cause wrinkles on the forehead, frown lines around the mouth, bunny lines on the nose and crow’s feet wrinkles around the eyes. These injections are commonly used as a non-surgical, non-permanent treatment to refresh the face for patients of all ages.
Who is a candidate for neuromodulators?
Are injectable neuromodulators a good option for you?
Injections for wrinkle reduction are not only reserved for those with deep lines. Younger patients showing the first signs of fine lines can benefit from neuromodulator injections as preventative measures, slowing the signs of aging. All candidates will benefit from softened, relaxed lines on the face.
Your plastic surgeon or nurse injector will give you an honest assessment and let you know if you are a good candidate for neuromodulator injections, but in general you should be in good overall health, have realistic expectations and it is recommended that you do not smoke.
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a diagnosed neurological disease, you will not be a candidate.
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What to expect for neuromodulator injections recovery
Recovery is minimal, and you can return to normal activities immediately but we recommend avoiding strenuous activities for 24 hours and to not lay down for 2 hours after your injections. You will ice the area to help decrease swelling or bruising that may occur. Any swelling that does occur should subside over 48 hours. It may take 4-5 days for full results to be visible, and they will last 3-6 months.
Part of our process at Station L is making sure that you have all the information you need to make informed decisions and feel guided through the entire process. Our concept is for you to have a five star experience, and our goal is for you to have the best possible outcomes and least possible complications.
Our office is always available for questions via email or text message should more questions arise.
Possible risks associated with neuromodulators
Risks associated with injectable reduction include, including bruising, swelling, asymmetry of the eyebrows, droopy lid(s), crooked smile or drooling, eye dryness or tearing.
Choosing Your Surgeon
We at Station L know that electing to have plastic surgery is a big decision. Finding the perfect plastic surgeon to fit your needs, your desired results, as well as your personality can be overwhelming. This is why we provide multiple surgeons to choose from, in hopes that you will find the right fit in one convenient, central location. Knowing that you are comfortable and feel at ease with your choice is our way of helping you have a five star experience.
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