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Cosmetic Injectables

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Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm Fillers are an ideal way to address fine lines and wrinkles.   These procedures are minimally invasive in office procedures with very little to no downtime.

Botox is injected directly into the muscle to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, forehead wrinkles, crows feet and frown lines between the eyebrows (the 11's).  Once injected into the treatment area, they work to temporarily block the muscle contraction, which causes the muscle activity to decrease and the appearance of wrinkles to reduce.  You may begin to see results in within a few days, with increasing improvement in one week, and full results in several weeks. Retreatment should be no sooner than every three months.

Injectable dermal fillers (Juvederm) are made from a range of different substances, but the primary ingredient in most injectable fillers is hyaluronic acid (HA), a water-loving molecule found naturally in the skin. A modified form of HA serves as the backbone of many clear, colorless, gel-like injectable fillers, which are injected under the skin to add volume to areas such as cheeks, lips, and facial wrinkles and folds.  Injectable fillers can last anywhere from one year up to two years. How long dermal fillers last can depend on your injector technique, product injected, and area of the face treated.

Interested in Botox for therapeutic uses?   We can help you with that too.   From bruxism (teeth grinding) to tension headaches to hyperhidrosis, Botox is so much more than a cosmetic only medication.

Our medical providers will work through your initial consultation with you in order to create a plan that best fits your needs.

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.

A woman getting a botox, jeuveau anti-wrinkle treatment to help with anti-aging.
Waiting area at Renovare Hydration and Wellness, Sunbury, Ohio Medical Spa


$12 per unit

The information provided on this page is for educational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. It is essential to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine which medical treatments may be right for you.

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