Botox® in New

Botox® injections are a popular, noninvasive FDA-approved treatment for decreasing lines and wrinkles that develop from repeated facial muscle contractions. Known as a neuromodulator, Botox® works by blocking communication between the nerves and specific muscles in the face to help relax those areas. When injected by a well-trained, experienced professional, it can help smooth persistent lines, giving you a more youthful but still naturally expressive facial appearance.

Treatment Areas

Like all wrinkle-reducing injections, Botox® procedures only take a few minutes and are mostly painless. You will not need any anesthesia or downtime and can return to work and other normal activities immediately after treatment. However, you should abstain from strenuous exercise for at least 24 hours while the injections settle into place.
We believe everyone should feel confident in their appearance, and treatments like Botox® can help achieve that. Our team of surgically trained Physician Assistants understand the medical aspects of aesthetic treatments and work to ensure the best results for every patient. Botox® is commonly used in these areas:
  • Forehead lines
  • Glabellar lines (the “11s”)
  • Lateral canthal lines (the “crow’s feet”)
  • Upper and lower lip lines
  • Jawline
  • Neck

Other Treatment Options

Botox® is one of the most commonly known brands of wrinkle-reducing injections, but it’s not the only option. Here’s how it differs from other popular neuromodulators on the market:


Unlike Botox®, Xeomin does not contain any stabilizing proteins, which means patients are less likely to develop a resistance. Patients who have begun noticing a decrease in the effectiveness of Botox® may switch to Xeomin.


While other neuromodulators contain larger and slower-moving molecules, Dysport has a higher diffusion rate, which means it spreads faster and can cover a larger area. This makes it an ideal option for the forehead, while Botox® performs well on smaller areas.


Botox®, Xeomin®, and Dysport® were initially developed for medical treatments, but Jeuveau was created purely for aesthetic purposes. Some patients have reported quicker results, but this varies from person to person.

Is Botox® Right for Me?

Botox®is an excellent option for men and women over age 18 who want to significantly reduce facial lines and wrinkles. Botox® may not be suitable for people with muscle or nerve conditions or those on certain medications.

Side effects are minimal and usually resolve within a couple of days. Patients sometimes experience mild headaches after treatment, or temporary swelling, bruising, redness, or bleeding at the injection site.

The Beauty Benefits of Botox®

Every time we smile, squint, frown, or make other facial expressions, small muscles in our face contract. Habitual muscle contractions eventually create lines on our faces, especially as we age and lose skin elasticity. Botox® injections can relax those muscles without drastically changing your facial appearance. Patients typically begin to see results within 24 to 48 hours, and results last about four months.

Botox® Near Me

Searching for “Botox®near me”? You’ve come to the right place. Our team has several years of experience providing Botox® injections and can provide the best results in Botox®NJ has to offer.


Is Botox® safe?
Botox®injections are safe only when performed by a trained and experienced injector. Studies show no long-term adverse effects related to botulinum toxin treatment for cosmetic indications.1
How much Botox® will I need?
Botox®is measured in units, and the number of units necessary varies depending on the treatment area and each patient’s unique aesthetic goals.
Will results look natural?
Botox® should never significantly change your appearance or completely freeze your facial expressions. When performed by a trained injector, results will look natural.
Will Botox® hurt?
Some patients report feeling a slight pinch with each injection but do not experience any discomfort after the treatment is complete. 
Should I do anything to prepare for Botox®?
You should not drink alcohol for 24 - 48 hours before treatment. You should also avoid taking Vitamin A, Vitamin E, CoQ10, cod liver oil, Ginkgo Biloba, Omega-3 fatty acids, or over-the-counter pain medications (except Tylenol) for at least three days before your appointment. For best results, discontinue the use of topical Vitamin A, like Tretinoin and Retin-A, for 3 - 4 days before your treatment.