Neurotoxin is a prescription medication and should be treated as such. Proper dosing, knowledge of anatomy, patient education, and a personalized and customized approach for each patient is what sets the professionals at the SavvyDerm Skin Clinic above the rest. We don’t do “cookie cutter” neurotoxin treatments at the SavvyDerm Skin Clinic. Every treatment is individualized to that patient’s unique anatomy and goals, and the results speak for themselves with our 5-start reviews, breathtaking before and after photos, and patient retention.
Everyone is different! Certain muscle groups kick in at different times slowly, and it is settled in 2-3 weeks. I see first time neurotoxin patients 2-3 weeks after their treatment to assess their result and do a touch up if needed. Trust the process and your injector!
All neurotoxin works by temporarily (for up to 3-4 months) blocking chemical signals from allowing your muscles to animate as strongly as before. This relaxes the muscles, which results in a softening of fine lines and wrinkles.
Generally speaking, the effects last between three and four months, with each patient’s body reacting differently. The results last for some a little longer, for others a little shorter. Gradually, muscle activity and deeper furrows and wrinkles will be restored in the treatment area. Repeat treatments with neuromodulators are safe, allowing patients to maintain their desired look over time.
Every patient is different, but the anticipation of what you think it will be is always the worst part. For extra peace of mind, we offer topical numbing to provide a pain-free experience.
Our approach is very natural when it comes to neurotoxin or any treatment at the SavvyDerm Skin Clinic. The goal is never to make someone look “frozen.” We use neurotoxin to enhance your natural features to create beautiful results that still look like you.
Your neurotoxin wears off very slowly. Your face will not “droop” or “fall down” once it wears off, you will simply return to your baseline of what you looked like before treatment.