Men Treatments

Botox is a nonsurgical procedure used to smooth out wrinkles, frown lines, crows feet, worry (forehead) lines, upper lip and chin wrinkles and bunny lines. Brow lifts and facial slimming are done with expert effectiveness and precision as well. Botox works by injecting a purified derivative of the botulism toxin A, which temporarily reduces muscle contraction, thus smoothing facial lines. By injecting Botox directly into these muscles, it blocks nerve impulses to the injection area and prevents further muscle contractions which allows the skin to become smooth over that muscle group. In some cases, with repeated treatments, the wrinkle can actually disappear.botox-for-men


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We only use FDA-approved Botox. Results are guaranteed. Our injectors have more than 10 years of experience. Each area is approximately 15-20 units, depending on your muscle tension/sizes. Lasts 3-6 months.

  • BOTOX® Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows and moderate to severe crow’s feet lines in adults.
  • Very quick procedure…10 minutes, tops! No anesthetic or numbing medicine required. The needle is so small, you don’t need it and there is nothing to be afraid of.
  • Botox results takes a few days for the results to become apparent (which is normal), but when the Botox took effect it was visibly smooth. Don’t be alarmed if it takes a few days to see the results… it will kick in all at once, and you will love what it does to relax the lines that are driving you crazy! I don’t have an artificial look at all — it’s just youthful.


Your 1′s, 11′s, or 111′s are those moderate to severe vertical frown lines between your brows.

Years of squinting, concentrating, or frowning can cause your skin to furrow and crease. As your skin becomes less elastic, those moderate to severe frown lines remain—even when your muscles are not contracting.

With a few tiny injections, BOTOX® Cosmetic blocks nerve impulses to the injected muscles, which reduces the muscle activity that causes those persistent 1′s, 11′s, or 111′s to form. This reduced muscle activity helps reduce the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines between your brows.

Whether you’re a 1, 11, or 111, BOTOX® Cosmetic may be right for you.

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We are located at 1569 S. Fairway Dr. #226, Walnut, CA 91789 (between Colima Road and Fairway Drive).

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Contrary to popular belief, you can. As long as the area treated is not pressed during sleep, there is no spread to paralyze the muscle that lift your lid (Levator Palpebrae Superioris). If the lid did drop, Apraclonidine eye drop is prescribed. At this center, all injectors are trained to avoid this area to deliver safe and effective result.

(In the hands of best surgeon, across the country there is 3% droopy eyelids occurrence according to Carruthers, in Cosmetic Dermatology: Botulinum Toxin A).



Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

This is a problem easily corrected.   This is  caused by inadequate botox to the side of forehead ( brow elevators).  Just add a drop to each side of forehead will solve the problem (Taking care not to over treat or will drop the brow or lids).  Again our injectors are well trained in providing the most safe and effective results.


Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

This can be due to technique, migration of Botox to affect lid elevators located right above the mid pupil line (Levator Palpebrae Superioris) muscle. Avoid treating right above mid brow, or prevent icing which presses down and causes spread, this problem can be avoided. Another contributor to heavy eye lids (but not true droopy eye lid) is over treatment of forehead muscles (elevators) in older patients who already have inherent mild droopy eyelids. This can be avoided by using less Botox on forehead and more on furrow or crows (treating furrows and crows will open eye. Treating sides of forehead tends to make eyes a bit smaller. It is strongly suggested to avoid treating forehead alone in older patient with inherent heavy lids and always add furrows treatment (open eyes) at the same time.



Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

Yes, in the hands of experienced injector.

Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

Furrow, crows and forehead are most commonly treated areas with botox.  We also treat all other areas.


Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

Yes. Most times you can get up to 80-99% wrinkles reduction.


Anonymous   August 28, 2017  

Usually we use 15 to 25 units ( less in forehead) per area.  These three areas are 1. Forehead  2. Furrow lines  3. Crows eye wrinkles.  We price by area regardless of units ( due to over possible dilutions of units and older botox which does not work).  We make sure all botox or ( Xeomin ) clients are happy.

Anonymous   June 26, 2017  

You will get few small mosquito bite bumps that last few hours.  Three cases of small bumps on furrow lasted up to 2 weeks is observed in the last 12 years at this center.  Use ice.  This may due to delay healing of tissue due to age, or repeated treatment in the same areas.  Moltrin may help.  Also, possible blurry vision,  shortness of breath, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, fainting spells, headache may occur according to the insert provided by the manufactures.  Keep in mind these are extremely rare occurrences and most are temporary.


Anonymous   June 26, 2017  

Dr. Fitzgerald in LA, California:

No difference in duration and effectiveness according to textbook mentioned above  and conference speakers.

Anonymous   June 26, 2017