Lower Eyelid Bags, Dark Circles or Puffy Eyes Washington DC or Georgetown
Minimally Invasive & Nonsurgical Washington DC or Georgetown
Fine Lines and Wrinkles
As we age the texture, elasticity and integrity of the skin changes. During this process the features of our face can change which may produce an angry or puzzled appearance, especially in the brow area. A neuromodulatory (Dysport/Botox) can be injected into the muscles between the eyebrows (glabella) to help alleviate the vertical lines between the brow that lead to this appearance. Relaxing these muscles can lead to a mild elevation of the brow and a softer more rejuvenated appearance.
To rejuvenate other areas of the face, neuromodulators can be used in the forehead, crows feet (wrinkles in the temple area), lips (smokers lines), chin dimples, jowls (to help elevate the corner of the lips), and neck (to alleviate neck bands) near Washington DC or Georgetown. Dr Zatezalo has extensive knowledge of the anatomy of the eyelid which can lead to safer injections and improved outcomes. Neuromodulators begin to work in 3 days with a maximal effect in 7-10 days. The effects can lasts for approximately 3 to 4 months depending on the amount injected and the muscle mass of the area injected. All injections at The Zatezalo Group are performed by Dr Zatezalo. There is minimal to no pain with his injection technique. Please call 301-304-6600 for a consultation with Dr Zatezalo. Although not always the case, he may be able to see you on the same day.
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