Achieve Timeless Beauty With Neuromodulators.

Neuromodulators, including popular choices like Botox, Dysport, and Daxxify, are used for their expertise in reducing fine lines and wrinkles by moderating muscle movement and addressing dynamic lines resulting from facial expressions. Beyond facial aesthetics, these treatments showcase versatility, offering solutions for concerns like hyperhidrosis, TMJ or jaw pain, tech neck, and more.

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Explore our Neuromodulators FAQs for in-depth insights into the procedures, safety, and results. We address common questions to ensure you’re well-informed and confident in your journey to timeless beauty with Curated Medical.

Botox, Dysport and Daxxify are part of the neuromodulator family, but differ in formulations and unit measurements. They work by preventing specific muscles from contracting, which in turn helps to reduce your wrinkles and fine lines for smoother, younger-looking skin. To learn more, explore our comprehensive blog post, “Dysport vs. Botox: Which Is Right for You?

Neuromodulators are very quick! Typically your first appointment will be about a half hour where we do a consultation and discuss your health history and goals. The injections themselves only take a couple of minutes! It takes 2 weeks to see the results from Botox, Dysport and Daxxify.

You will be asked to make faces or “animate” to show where the muscle movement is. These areas will then be injected with a very small needle. You will feel little to no discomfort from the injections, most people are surprised by how quick and easy it is! Right after the treatment, you will have little pockets of fluid from where the Botox, Dysport or Daxxify was injected, these will resolve in about 30-40 minutes. Small bruises do occasionally occur.

Botox, Dysport and Daxxify have very few side effects. They are some of the safest medications out there! Bruising may occur due to the needle pokes, although these are usually very small. Some people also experience a headache after Botox.

Yes! Botox was first FDA approved in 1989, has 11 therapeutic indications and 3 (soon to be 4) cosmetic indications. What does this mean? Botox is extremely well researched! A clinical trial is done for each of these indications and side effects are studied. Many patients are concerned about Botox being Botulism, however, Botox is only a purified protein, not a bacteria that could cause harm.

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