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Look your best with a little help from science. Face First, LLC is a Nurse Practitioner owned and operated cosmetic injectables practice offering dermal fillers and Botulinum Toxin. Cosmetic Botox is well established for use in the treatment of the glabellar region (frown lines), bunny lines ( nasal wrinkles), the frontalis area (horizontal lines in the forehead), and crows feet.
Dermal fillers can be used to add volume to the lips, cheeks, nasolabial folds and oral commissures (marionette lines).
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We will be offering Cosmetic Botox, Xeomin, Restylane and Juvederm products.
Jane is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with 25 years of experience as a nurse and 20 years of experience as a nurse practitioner. Jane is certified in the use of dermal fillers and cosmetic botulinum.
It generally takes 3-7 days before you begin to see the effects of your BTA treatment and the effects will generally last between 3 to 4 months.
There are so many different types of filler products available, each with its own duration of action. Generally, temporary fillers last between 3 months and 2 years depending on the specific product. You may discuss this at the consultation so we develop a treatment plan that works for you.
BTA is very well tolerated and safe when used for non-invasive cosmetic treatments. There have been reports of problems after BTA treatment, but these have been cases where large doses of BTA were used. (The amount of BTA used for cosmetic purposes is very small). While BTA does “paralyze” the muscles in the face, the effects are temporary and do not cause permanent problems.
While injectable treatment carries some risk, most fillers are very well tolerated and safe when used for cosmetic enhancement. Most fillers carry very few risks.
Filler injections can be used to treat wrinkles all over the face. Both shallow and deep wrinkles can be treated with cosmetic filler products. Filler products are also used extensively to add volume to the face, including the cheeks and lips to give you a more youthful appearance.
When injectable products are approved to be used in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lists specific uses for those products. Most injectable products have been “approved” to treat specific areas of the face, and list these approved treatment areas on the product label. However, the principle effects of the product may be the same if used elsewhere on the face. When a product is used on an area of the face not specifically listed on the FDA package insert label, the use of the product is considered “off-label”. For example, Botox Cosmetic® may only be FDA approved to treat the wrinkles in the glabella area (“elevens”), resulting in a elimination or softening of those wrinkle and improved facial appearance. However injection of Botox Cosmetic® around the eyes may achieve the same cosmetic effect, but has not been officially approved but the FDA for that purpose. It is acceptable for medical professionals to use the products in an off-label manner in the United States, but you need to be informed and aware that the products are being used in this way.
* A single Kybella treatment treatment can require 2-4 vials of product. Some patients may require up to 6 treatments spaced 1 month apart.
This is a guide. Actual amounts may vary by client. Actual amounts needed will be discussed during your consultation.
-for Cheeks: 2 syringes*
-for Cheeks: 1-2 syringes*
-tear troughs: 1-2 syringes *
-nasolabial folds: 1-2 syringes*
-marionette lines: 1-2 syringes*
-lips: 1-2 syringes*
* Actual amount of product needed will vary by client and will be discussed during your consultation.