Aging and gravity produce fine lines and wrinkles. Our skilled plastic surgeons can utilize Botox to reduce signs of aging, giving you a smooth, youthful complexion and a radiant glow.

"There is absolutely nothing that could have been done better. The staff took exemplary and gentle care of me from start to finish. I can't say enough good things about the personalized, compassionate care I was given."
Patient, Polyclinic Plastic Surgery



What is Botox?

Over time, facial lines and wrinkles deepen. Botox, or botulinum toxin, offers a solution to these signs of aging by blocking nerve signals to muscles, resulting in less movement and a more relaxed, refreshed appearance.

Botox is used for multiple areas of the face, including:

  • Forehead
  • Crows feet
  • Brow furrows
  • Frown lines
  • Neck

Botox can also be used to lift the eyebrows and corners of the mouth. You may receive botox injections alone, or combine it with filler to give areas a plump, full appearance. Botox will give you a youthful, refreshed glow with beautiful,  natural results.



What are the Benefits?

Botox has many advantages. After Botox at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery, you can expect:

  • Smoother skin
  • Reduced lines and wrinkles
  • A more youthful appearance
  • No downtime
  • A radiant glow
  • Beautiful, natural results


Who is the Ideal Candidate?

Patients with pronounced lines and wrinkles looking for a non-surgical solution are candidates for Botox. Botox can also be used preventatively on younger patients to help prevent and reduce facial wrinkling over time. The ideal candidate is in good health and has realistic expectations about their results.



What Can I Expect from Recovery?

Botox is quickly done in-office with no need for anesthesia. After your botox, injection sites can be iced to prevent swelling. Bruising may occur, but this is rare and easily covered with makeup. There is no downtime for Botox, and you may resume your normal activity immediately after treatment. Final results are usually seen within three to seven days.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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Breast augmentation patients planning to bear children often wonder if pregnancy will affect or even damage their implants. While pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding do cause the body to undergo tremendous natural shifts, every woman will experience these changes differently, and the changes often differ even from pregnancy to pregnancy for the same mother. Swelling of the breasts during pregnancy is natural, as is the volume loss that occurs after breastfeeding. For some, these fluctuations are dramatic while for others they are subtle.

In either case, the breast implants are not damaged and their structure and integrity hold throughout this exciting and life-changing time. The breasts play a central role in the transformative biological process of giving birth and as they pass through the many phases involved, the implants themselves are not affected or compromised.