Treat the most troublesome signs of aging with injections of Botox in New Jersey.
Our elite, Board certified plastic surgeons serve Edison, Marlboro, Montclair, and Warren with arguably the best results in Botox New Jersey has to offer.
If you’re worried about wrinkles, fine lines or creases on your skin, you’re far from alone. Many New Jersey residents fear that they look prematurely aged and fatigued as a result of these cosmetic imperfections.
Fortunately, there’s a solution, and it’s non-surgical. Botox is one of the most common cosmetic procedures in the world, and millions of people undergo Botox treatments every year.
They make this choice because Botox is exceptionally effective at eliminating wrinkles and other signs of age and wear. And when performed by our board certified plastic surgeons, this treatment is exceptionally safe.
Benefits of treatment with Botox in NJ
- FDA-approved, safe and effective
- Non-invasive and non-surgical
- No downtime
- Painless procedure
- Return to work or play right away
- No anesthesia
- Long lasting, sustainable results
- Youthful, refreshed appearance
- Spontaneity of facial expression is preserved
- Natural-looking results
- Individuality is preserved
- High rate of patient satisfaction
- Improves self-confidence in one’s image
- Can help relieve excessive underarm sweating
- Beautifully reduces wrinkles, fine lines, creases and folds
- Can help treat severe migraines
Am I a good candidate for Botox treatment?
At APS, we use Botox to treat individuals between the ages of 18 and 65 who suffer from wrinkles, fine lines and facial folds. The average age of our New Jersey Botox clients is 40-50. Good candidates are healthy, both physically and mentally, and have realistic expectations for their results based on their confidential consultation with our team of board certified plastic surgeons.
Where will my Botox treatment take place?
All of our cosmetic procedures are performed at our state-of-the-art outpatient medical centers in New Jersey. These immaculate, accredited facilities boast world class technology, equipment and software along with a highly experienced and caring staff to assist you around the clock.
We adhere to only the highest standards of safety as found at any local hospital, however, we know the value of discretion, convenience and personalized attention, and aim to deliver a comfortable, private atmosphere that is conducive to your total well being.
How Does Botox Work?
The wrinkles and fine lines that bother you so much are the results of muscle movement. Your brain sends signals to the muscles in your face telling them to twitch. This is no problem in the short-term. But over the course of your life, an incalculable number of such twitches add up, and eventually the results are creases and wrinkles.
Botox works at the muscular level in a very simple way: it prevents your muscles from receiving the signals your brain sends. When the muscles don’t receive the signals, they don’t twitch, and when they don’t twitch, wrinkles don’t form. Over time, your muscles and skin will relax and smooth out, eliminating the fine lines and creases that can make you appear aged and fatigued.
Our NJ Botox injection process itself is quite simple and safe. The entire process takes less than half an hour, and many patients undergo the treatments on their lunch break. Our board-certified plastic surgeon will make an injection in the treatment area, and that’s really the procedure.
Botox results aren’t permanent; most last a few months, though the precise duration of your results is impossible to predict and will depend on your body’s unique chemistry. Once the results wear off, you can return to our office for another procedure. Over time, your body will acclimate to the treatment and will not respond in the same way.
Again, this procedure is quite commonly performed. You should only undergo a Botox treatment from an experienced, well-qualified plastic surgeon. If you do, you’ll have nothing to worry about.
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