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Botox® Trenton, NJ

Learn more about Botox in Trenton with Reflection Center.

Learn more about Botox in Trenton with Reflection Center.

Botox in Trenton, NJ

Botox® is the protein derived from Botulinum Toxin A and it has been used for decades as a treatment for various medical issues like headaches and migraines, urinary incontinence, and hyperhidrosis. Although Botox has been in use for so long, it owes its popularity to its use in the cosmetic industry. As a neuromodulator, it works by temporarily blocking nerve signals to your facial muscles, thereby reducing wrinkles and lines formed by facial expressions. Since no new wrinkles are formed, you get smooth skin and a youthful appearance. With follow-up treatments, you can maintain your results.

Despite the beautiful results you can achieve with Botox, there are many instances of being riddled with a pulled and unnatural look. This is why many of our patients in Trenton are apprehensive about getting Botox. Your fears are well founded if you do not choose your physician carefully. Today Botox is offered by inexperienced and untrained persons. When administering Botox, it is important that the physician understands the unique skin type and cosmetic goals of their patients so that the treatment can be customized to offer the best results.

The team at Reflections Center has the required training, expertise, and years of experience to ensure every patient enjoys stunning yet natural-appearing results. We have thousands of satisfied patients who report that their results are so natural that not even their colleagues could make out that they had undergone an enhancement procedure.

Our team also regularly trains and assists fellow dermatologists and surgeons in the US so that they can learn to understand their patients and offer them optimum results from Botox treatments. In addition to Botox, we also offer the alternatives Dysport® and Xeomin® for patients who desire subtler results.

Dysport offers a thinner application of the protein so that you have more mobility in your face. There are a few rare cases where patients have an allergy to Botox and Dysport and, in such cases, we help them achieve their desired rejuvenation with Xeomin.

Botox Alternative Injectable Treatments

When you require only a small correction or desire results that are less dramatic than what you get from Botox, we will customize a treatment plan for you using the alternatives Xeomin and Dysport. Your youthful facial definition is restored, and the results are subtle and beautiful. When you achieve the skin rejuvenation you always desired, it also increases your self-image and self-confidence. Patients in Trenton can choose from the following neuromodulators:

Dermal Fillers

Not everybody only suffers from facial wrinkles. With age and neglect come other skin issues like sagging, volume loss, and nasolabial folds. To help you with such skin problems, we offer a wide range of dermal fillers. This helps add volume to areas on your face where you have fat loss including your lips. Some of the fillers help fill in the creases and folds around your lips and eyes. Once we evaluate your concerns and know your cosmetic goals, we will offer a customized plan combining one or more fillers to give you a refreshed appearance. Take years off your appearance when you choose from these dermal fillers in Trenton:

About Trenton, NJ

Trenton is the capital city of New Jersey and the county seat of Mercer County. It also briefly served as the capital of the United States in 1784. Trenton has a rich art and culture scene and visitors can view a collection of archaeology, ethnography, fine art, and cultural and natural history at the New Jersey State Museum. Some other historical sites you can enjoy include the New Jersey State House, Trenton War Memorial, Old Barracks, Trenton Battle Monument, and William Trent House. The city also boasts of Cadwalader Park which is designed by the famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The National Register of Historic Places also lists famous buildings that include the Adams and Sickles Building, Friends Burying Ground, and Trenton Friends Meeting House.