What is Botox?
Our New Orleans patients choose Botox because it is a quick procedure that requires no surgery or recovery time. Botox is used to treat dynamic wrinkles by working to relax the muscles which reduces the size and depth of the wrinkles. It can also help prevent wrinkles from forming or getting worse.
Dr. Glaudi will be able to help you decide if this is the right injectable to boost your confidence. Don’t waste any time and schedule a free consultation today at our New Orleans office.
Am I a Good Candidate for Botox?
The simplest way to find out if Botox is the injectable you are searching for is by scheduling a consultation with Bonus Image Aesthetics in New Orleans. However, if you are experiencing moderate to severe frown lines that occur over time, Botox may be the perfect choice for your needs.
How are Botox Injections Performed in New Orleans?
Dr. Glaudi and her staff are able to perform this procedure in less than thirty minutes, which means that you can fit into your lunch break if needed. The injections take place in the comfort of the Bonus Image Aesthetics office with a fine needle into targeted muscles where weakened motion will occur. Areas of the face commonly treated by these injections include frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet or the lines near the eyes. A single treatment by Dr. Glaudi will last approximately 4-6 months, but a treatment plan will be customized for you during your consultation.
How Much Does Botox Cost at Bonus Image Aesthetics in New Orleans?
The cost of Botox depends on the number of injections needed for the facial lines, and this can be determined at your consultation. Botox Cosmetic is not covered by insurance.
Why Should I Choose Botox?
Most of Dr. Glaudi’s patients that have chosen Botox injections to rejuvenate and smooth their skin that has been aged from frowning, squinting and concentrating have loved the following benefits of Botox:
- Safe and Effective: Approved by the FDA
- No Surgery or Recovery Time
- Virtually Painless
- Lasts from 4-6 Months: Patients can create a set schedule for treatments