Turn Back the Clock, Non-Surgically

When it comes to anti-aging, the amount of non-surgical options that can produce impressive results tends to surprise our patients. We offer a variety of neuromodulators, each of which can help to stop the development of fine lines and wrinkles on the face, while also working to reduce the presence of the ones that might have started to pop up already.

If you’re looking for a great way to turn back the clock, without having to deal with an invasive surgical procedure or the annoying recovery time that tends to come with it, neuromodulators might very well be the solution for you. Reach out and set up your consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Vila today, and learn more about what these impressive treatments can do for you.

Are Neuromodulators Right for Me?

During your consultation, Dr. Vila will sit with you and get to know your cosmetic goals, while also taking stock of your unique physical characteristics. Together, you’ll explore your options, and Dr. Vila will walk you through the various ways that he can help you accomplish your goals.

You’re likely a great candidate for neuromodulators if you:

  • Have fine lines and wrinkles
  • Would rather not undergo surgery
  • Wish to avoid a recovery period
  • Have smile lines or marionette lines
  • Prefer a less expensive option

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What Are Neuromodulators?

Here at The Vila Institute for Plastic Surgery, we offer a few different neuromodulators, including Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau. Though they each have small differences, they are all used for the same cosmetic reason – to temporarily reduce the appearance of forehead lines, glabellar lines (also called “11 lines”), and crow’s feet (the smile lines around the eyes).

How Do Neurotoxins Work?

Injectable neuromodulators are the most common cosmetic procedure in the United States, due to the ease of the procedure, the lack of downtime, and their impressively quick onset (five to seven days after injection). These products work by blocking the nerve signals to muscles in the face, whose repeated use and contraction causes the development of fine lines and wrinkles, enabling you to enjoy a fresh-faced and youthful look.

Each of our injectable neurotoxins are based on Botulinum toxin, with tiny variations in each product. By injecting the neurotoxin into the muscles of the face that cause wrinkles, we weaken the muscle to relax the skin, leading to smoothing out the wrinkles over time. In younger patients, neurotoxins will erase wrinkles completely, and in older patients, it will soften them.

Can Neuromodulators Be Combined with Other Treatments?

For patients seeking more dramatic results, neurotoxins can be used to relax the muscles, followed by treatment with a CO2 laser, intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment, or chemical peel to resurface the skin. Dr. Vila can discuss your goals with you after examining you closely to personalize your treatment.

How Often Do I Need Treatment?

There are small differences between all of the injectable neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau), but each of them last approximately three to four months before a follow-up treatment is advised. If you’re consistent with your treatments, you might be able to space them out, so that treatment is needed less often. 

Who Does Injectable Treatments for Dr. Vila’s Practice?

Double board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Vila himself is proud to provide all treatment at his practice. He is a well-trained surgeon injector, and patients benefit from his surgical experience to help him get the best aesthetic results possible.

During your consultation, he’ll work closely with you to walk you through every aspect of your treatment, so you’ll know exactly what to expect, at every step of the way. You’ll be able to ask just about any question you might think of, so you can be relaxed and feel comfortable, no matter what.

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