Xeomin is a newly-FDA approved wrinkle-relaxing treatment ((incobotulinumtoxinA), created by Merz Pharmaceuticals, the company that created Radiesse dermal filler. Xeomin results are similar to Botox and Dysport, but the protein structure is slightly different, in that there are no additives of any type. For the small number of neurotoxin users who gradually stop responding to their treatments over time, Xeomin might be a good alternative to try–as there are no other ingredients besides the neurotoxin itself, there may be less of a chance of allergic desensitization. Dr. Adelglass’ experience working with neurotoxins originally began over 20 years ago, as a clinical researcher. SKINTASTIC buys its neurotoxin wrinkle treatments fresh, direct from the manufacturers, so that your treatment will always be the safest, most effective, and longest-lasting treatment possible.
The injector administers Xeomin with an extremely fine needle directly into the targeted facial muscle. Over the next several days, the protein will block the transmission from the nerve ending to the targeted muscle, gradually relaxing the overactive muscle and softening the wrinkle it created. After injection, the treated overactive muscle should remain relaxed for two to three months. Xeomin injection is a relatively pain-free procedure. SKINTASTIC provides Dallas, Fort Worth, and the entire North Texas region with Xeomin and other aesthetic treatments at two beautiful medical and surgical centers in Dallas, Texas and Plano, Texas.
Experience Counts! Dr. Adelglass was selected by Allergan, the makers of Botox Cosmetic, to serve on thier National Education Committee, where he is occasionally called upon to teach other physicians his technique for safely administering neurotoxins to achieve the most effective, long-lasting results. Dr. Adelglass serves on the scientific advisory, and/or educational boards for most U.S. neurotoxin and dermal filler companies.
For more answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Xeomin injections and Xeomin treatment in the Dallas, Texas or Plano, Texas areas, contact our office at (972) 620-3223.