Smooth Skin with Xeomin’s Benefits
Discover the transformative power of Xeomin, the next-generation neurotoxin that’s winning hearts and faces alike. At Glasgold Group Plastic Surgery, we believe in offering effective, innovative solutions for aging gracefully. Xeomin delivers results that are not just skin-deep but life-changing.
Quick, Noticeable Results
Witness the vanishing act of your fine lines and wrinkles within a week, restoring youthful charm effortlessly.
No need to press pause on life; Xeomin lets you return to your routine swiftly, looking fresher than ever.
Benefit from a uniquely purified formula, free from unnecessary proteins, providing a safer, cleaner experience.
What is Xeomin?
Xeomin is an injectable that contains botulinum toxin type A and it is used to treat the vertical lines that appear between the brows. Movements in the facial muscles cause the area between the brows to contract, creating furrows and wrinkles. As time goes on, the wrinkles can become set.
The active ingredient in Xeomin, botulinum toxin type A, works on the nerve endings, blocking signals that trigger muscle movements. The muscles are temporarily unable to move or contract, reducing the appearance of frown lines. The injection was approved by the FDA in 2011 following a pair of studies that showed that Xeomin was more effective than placebos at reducing the frown lines.
Our high level of training and experience allows us to focus on providing each patient with natural-looking surgical results and rapid recovery in the safest environment possible.
Get rejuvenating results without going through surgery. Injectables and fillers are a great way to keep yourself looking younger and vibrant with little to no recovery time.
Why Choose The Glasgold Group
- Dr. Robert Glasgold has an American Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Certification.
- Dr. Robert Glasgold is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
- Dr. Robert Glasgold is a co-director of the Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship Program of AAFPRS.
- Dr. Robert Glasgold has an American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Certification.
- Dr. Mark Glasgold is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
- Dr. Mark Glasgold is a co-director of the Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship Program of AAFPRS.
- Dr. Mark Glasgold has an American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Certification.
- Dr. Mark Glasgold has an American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Certification.
The surgeons at the Glasgold Group perform Xeomin in New Jersey in the office setting. The injection typically takes about 20 minutes, and patients can return to their daily activities right away. An ice pack or topical anesthetic might be used to numb the injection area and reduce discomfort.
Xeomin works by temporarily blocking the nerve signals that cause muscles to contract. This relaxation of muscles reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles in the treated area, leading to smoother skin.
Yes, Xeomin can be combined with other cosmetic treatments, such as fillers, for a more comprehensive anti-aging effect. Consult with your practitioner to determine the best treatment plan.
Xeomin is commonly used to treat forehead lines, frown lines between the eyebrows, and crow’s feet around the eyes. It can also be used for other areas as determined by a qualified practitioner.
Typically, the results from Xeomin are visible after three or four days. 30 days after treatment, the results are most prominent. In most cases, results last for about three months, though they can last longer in some patients. Repeat treatments are possible, but should not be given more often than every three months.
Side effects can occur with Xeomin and can be mild or severe. Headache is common after the treatment. The treatment can also cause eye problems, including a drooping eyelid and double vision. If the botulinum toxin migrates to another area of the body, serious side effects can include trouble breathing or swallowing. Patients who develop these side effects need to see a doctor right away.
Discuss any concerns you have about side effects with your doctor before deciding to receive Xeomin. For more information, contact the Glasgold Group, the premier facial plastic surgery practice in New Jersey.