Dr. Manning is phenomenal and extremely ethical. She repaired work that another dentist did when she could have told me I required the work to be completely redone as another dentist did. Her office is inviting. Her staff is kind, professional, and efficient. She’s def the only dentist I’ll see going forward. I also love Crystal her hygienist. Overall, this is an ethical and high-quality practice that provides the highest standards of care.
The neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, and Jeuveau) work by using Botulinum toxins, which are injected directly into the facial muscle in order to restrict muscle movement. Deeply etched lines in the face, often created by the intense concentration or constant furrowing, will smooth out with regular use. Fillers differ from Botox because they are injected into the contours of your face, not to paralyze, but to add volume or plump specific areas. Some fillers(namely Juvederm, Restylane, and others) are made with hyaluronic acid, a gel-like substance that is found in our bodies in between the cells that fill in wrinkles.
Botox and fillers are administered with simple injections. Botox softens wrinkles caused by expression, known as dynamic wrinkles, so your forehead lines, crow’s feet around the eyes, and furrows between the brows (frown lines) smooth.
Botox and dermal fillers address various issues, but they complement each other very well: Botox fixes the problem of dynamic wrinkles, and dermal fillers fix volume loss.
Dr. Jarrett is AAFE trained. She uses both Botox and dermal fillers to create a more youthful appearance.