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Botox® | Dysport® 

Botox® & Dysport® in Fargo, ND

Neuromodulators are methods of reducing fine lines, wrinkles, and creases that form on the face and neck, a procedure commercially known as Botox® or Dysport®. Both Botox® and Dysport® are proteins derived from botulinum toxin type A, which inhibits the muscle contractions that contribute to the development of wrinkles, lines, and creases.

These treatments not only helps correct existing lines and wrinkles but prevent future ones from occurring! Your treatment will be customized to meet your exact needs, ensuring results look natural. Our skilled injectors will help customize your treatment to meet your goals.  Common areas Botox® treats are forehead lines, crow’s feet, frown lines (“11″s), bunny/nasalis lines, and platysmal bands.

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(701) 412-2400

concierge@cfpsfargo.com

3171 44th St S Suite 102, Fargo, ND 58104

OTHER SPECIALTY AREAS:

Lip Flip, Bunny Lines, Peri-oral Lines (Lip Lines), Marionette Lines, Mentalis Dysfunction (Chin “Dents”)

FAQ: Botox/Dysport®
How, exactly, does Botox® work?

Botox® works by preventing the contraction of facial muscles that have been used repetitively and have developed wrinkles. Wrinkles are then softened and eliminated by Botox®.

Is Botox® different from a dermal filler?

Botox® is a medication that relaxes the facial muscles when injected into the muscles that are causing wrinkles. Dermal fillers are used, not to relax the muscle that shows lines, rather to fill in areas that have lost volume. Botox® and dermal fillers are used completely differently, however, they work well together.

Where are neuromodulators typically injected?

Neuromodulators such as Botox® are often injected into glabellar lines, also known as frown lines, between the eyebrows. Neuromodulators are also commonly used to relax wrinkles around the eyes as well as the horizontal lines across the forehead.

Where should I go to get Botox®?
The importance of seeking out an injector with skill and experience cannot be overstressed, and your provider should be a board-certified Plastic Surgeon. Be wary of anyone who gives injections ‘on the side.’ You want an injector who has studied facial anatomy and will customize your injections to your face, to prevent over injection or injection in the wrong muscle.
How much do neuromodulators cost in North Dakota?

At CFPS, we are outcomes-focused and create custom treatment plans for each of our guests. This ensures the most natural-looking, efficient result! The cost of neuromodulators can vary from guest to guest, however, after your consultation, we will provide a detailed cost estimate, and will also discuss payment methods, scheduling, and financing options.