Botox Regina Clinic

“We want our clients to feel more confident and comfortable in their own skin, at any age,” Dr. Sneath

Botox are injected into a muscle to reduce the movements that cause lines, such as frown lines, forehead lines, bunny lines, crows feet and lines around the mouth. These neuromodulators start working just days after injection and the full effect can be seen two weeks post-injection. This will result in softened lines and a more youthful appearance, while still looking natural. Botox treatments typically last between three to six months before wearing off, at which time, follow-up treatment is recommended to maintain optimal outcomes. Interesting Fact: Botox is a protein produced by these Clostridium botulinum. Call our Botox Regina clinic today.

There are alternatives to Botox injections like DYSPORT or NUCEIVA.

Call Our Regina Clinic Today! 306-545-7546 

BENEFITS OF BOTOX | REGINA BOTOX

Natural looking results

Softens and corrects fine lines and wrinkles

Refreshes your appearance

Brow lift can be achieved

Stubborn fat is effectively removed

Negative facial expressions are reduced

Book your Regina Botox appointment now.

BOTOX Regina TREATMENT CLINIC FAQS

Address: 1701 College Ave, Regina, SK S4P 1B8, Canada
Phone: 306-545-7546
Hours:
Monday 9AM–5PM
Tuesday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PM
Thursday 9AM–5PM
Friday 9AM–5PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Botox Injection for Crows Feet. Botox Cosmetic Before and After. Botox Treatment In Regina

Botox has quickly become one of the most popular medical cosmetic procedures across the globe. Its ability to smooth out the look of fine lines and wrinkles in a relatively short period of time, along with the fact that it requires little to no down time for recovery, has millions of people heading to medical spas each year for treatment.

If patients you are thinking about getting a Botox treatment, patients likely have a lot of questions. To put your mind at ease, we’ve put together some answers to our most commonly asked questions regarding the treatment.

Botox Injection in the Forehead. Botox Cosmetic Before and After. Botox Treatment In ReginaBotox Injection in the Forehead. Botox Cosmetic Before and After. Botox Treatment In Regina

WHAT ARE REGINA BOTULINUM TOXIN (BOTOX®) INJECTIONS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?

Botox, or botulinum toxin injections, is a neuromodulator that works beneath the skin’s surface to block signals from the nerves to the muscles. Once Botox is injected, muscles can only contract a little, or not at all, allowing the smoothing of lines and wrinkles caused by repetitive muscle movement. It can also be used preventatively by targeting certain muscle groups to prevent wrinkles from appearing.

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF REGINA BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS?

There are currently four types of botulinum toxin injections that are FDA-approved:

  • Botox
  • Dysport
  • Xeomin
  • Nuceiva

These products all serve the same purpose; however, they are manufactured by different companies.

 

HOW LONG DOES BOTOX LAST AFTER THE FIRST TREATMENT?

On average, your first Botox treatment in Regina will last between 3 and 4 months. With repeated treatment, patients may notice the effects lasting even longer.

IS BOTOX BAD FOR YOU LONG TERM?

Botox is considered a low-risk medical procedure that has been used for decades successfully. Although uncommon, long-term side effects can be muscle-paralysis, eye irritation, allergic reactions, or the spreading of the toxins into surrounding tissues.

CAN YOU STOP BOTOX ONCE YOU START?

Yes. If Botox isn’t for you, you can certainly stop treatments. It’s important to remember that Botox doesn’t erase wrinkles, it essentially freezes them, so the wrinkles will come back eventually once treatment is stopped.

DOES BOTOX MAKE YOU LOOK OLDER AFTER IT WEARS OFF?

Botox won’t make you look older after it wears off, lines and wrinkles will return to your natural skin texture. Wrinkles and fine lines won’t be worse than before treatment, but they will eventually return without further or long-term Botox treatments. Visit our Regina Botox Clinic Today!

WHERE DOES BOTOX GO WHEN IT WEARS OFF?

Botox is metabolized and excreted after 3-4 months in the body. Once it stops functioning at the injection site, it’s broken down into amino acids and is then excreted by the kidneys or is “recycled” by the body for use in other proteins. 

DOES BOTOX KILL YOUR MUSCLES?

No, Botox cannot destroy your muscles. It temporarily freezes the muscle(s) at the injection site. Long term use in the same facial area can however cause some muscle atrophy due to infrequent use.

CAN BOTOX SPREAD TO OTHER MUSCLES?

Botox needs to be professionally administered to avoid/minimize complications like the dreaded droopy eyelid! Once injected, it stays within a few millimetres of the original injection site. Rarely, a miscalculation of needle placement or injection depth can cause the Botox to spread a little too far, causing a droopy eyelid which will correct itself once the Botox has worn off. Visit our Regina Botox Clinic Today!

WHAT HAPPENS IF BOTOX IS INJECTED INTO A NERVE?

Botox is injected into facial muscles, not the nerves. However, on the very rare occasion this happens (which would only be likely if the surgery person administering the Botox has no formal training) it could cause permanent nerve damage. 

DO BOTOX INJECTIONS HURT?

The needle used in a Botox injection is very thin, and other than a pin-prick sensation upon injection, there should be no pain unlike a typical surgical procedure. Visit our Regina Botox Clinic Today!

WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER GETTING BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS?

After your Botox injection in Regina, be sure to follow all post-treatment instructions. You will likely be told to do the following to get best results:

  • Rest for the rest of the day and NO exercise for at least 24 hours
  • Avoid touching or rubbing the injection site
  • Go make-up free for at least 24 hours
  • Sit up for at least 4 hours after the procedure to prevent bruising and to prevent the Botox from potentially spreading from the injection site
  • Avoid alcohol for 24 hours
  • Avoid other facial treatments for 24 hours
  • Avoid the sun for at least 4 hours 

HOW MUCH DOES A TYPICAL REGINA BOTOX TREATMENT COST?

The Botox price tag will depend on the type of treatment and the amount of Botox required. Here’s what you can expect to pay for some of our more popular treatment areas:

Upper face: avg $385   

Crow’s Feet: avg $285

Other areas: variable

Does insurance cover botulinum toxin injections?

If you are choosing to have a Botox treatment for cosmetic/aesthetic purposes in Regina, it will not be covered. However, it may be partially or fully covered if you are receiving Botox for medical reasons (ex. to treat migraines or excessive sweating).

BOTOX REGINA DOWNTIME : MINIMAL
BOTOX REGINA RESULTS IN : 2 – 3 DAYS
REGINA BOTOX RESULTS LAST : 3 – 6 MONTHS

SKIN CLINICS BOTOX INJECTIONS IN REGINA

ABOUT REGINA

Beautiful Regina – parks, museums, beaches, art, and entertainment. Regina truly is a jewel of the prairies. While it may be far away from coastal hotspots, Regina is a hotspot of its own. Like an oasis, with beautiful beaches and lakes, it is a breath of fresh air after travelling through the quiet prairies. Skin Clinics is undoubtedly excited to have a clinic in Regina and we’ve put together a list of things we’ve noticed about the city and want to pay homage to. We believe in community and this city has yet to stop impressing us. 

THE PEOPLE

First of all, we cannot say enough about the people in Regina. They are so friendly. It really is the Canadian way – but maybe there is an extra sprinkle of Saskatchewan on top. Since day one, our clients have been some of the nicest people you could ever want to work with. Additionally, people walking down the street are just as kind.

ENTERTAINMENT

With all there is to do in Regina, a night on the town is fun and easy. You can grab an amazing dinner at one of the local restaurants, see a show at the Globe Theatre, and go for drinks at one of the many great local watering holes. If a show isn’t your thing, enter Casino Regina, for a Bond-fueled evening of gambling and drinks. 

THE BEACH

Easily the best part of Regina is the fact it sits on a lake. One of few capital cities to do so. With access to all the usual modern amenities found in a big city, paired with the ability to get away from it all and hang out at the beach only minutes away, Regina is a slice of paradise.

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES

One of our favourite parts of Regina is the ability to get lost for a day at all the museums and galleries. The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Science Centre, and Royal Saskatchewan Museum are all amazing places to wander for hours and take in incredible exhibits. There is art, natural history, and hands-on science all on display. When you get tired of the museums, you can hop in the car and go hang out on the beach, or grab a drink downtown!

All in all, Skin Clinics is proud to call ourselves residents of Regina. We work hard to provide high-end dermatology and skin treatments to patients and clients. The City of Regina has embraced us with open arms just as we have embraced our neighbours. Community is important to us and plays a major role in why our doctors got into medicine in the first place.

If you’re interested in looking into cosmetic dermatological treatment, talk to the Skin Clinics team. We want to put a smile on your face.

Botox Regina

Botox injections are injected into a muscle to reduce the movements that cause lines. These neuromodulators start working just days after injection and the full effect can be seen two weeks post-injection. Botox injections usually last three to six months before they start to wear off. There are four types of Botox injections that are FDA-approved. Botox is metabolized and excreted after 3-4 months in the body.

Botox Regina
WHAT ARE REGINA BOTULINUM TOXIN (BOTOX®) INJECTIONS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?Botox, also known as botulinum toxin, is a neuromodulator that operates beneath the skin’s surface to block nerve-muscle signals. After Botox is injected, muscles can only contract a little amount, if at all, allowing creases and wrinkles created by repetitive muscular activity to be smoothed out. It can also be used to prevent wrinkles from forming by targeting specific muscle groups.
WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF REGINA BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS?Botox
Dysport
Xeomin
Nuceiva
HOW LONG DOES BOTOX LAST AFTER THE FIRST TREATMENT?Your initial Botox treatment in Regina should last between 3 and 4 months on average. If you receive treatment on a regular basis, you may discover that the results endure even longer.
IS BOTOX BAD FOR YOU LONG TERM?Botox is a low-risk therapy that has been used safely for decades. Muscle paralysis, eye discomfort, allergic responses, or the spread of toxins into surrounding tissues are all possible long-term negative effects.
CAN YOU STOP BOTOX ONCE YOU START?Yes. You can easily cease Botox treatments if it isn’t for you. It’s vital to understand that Botox doesn’t remove wrinkles; rather, it freezes them, so if the therapy is discontinued, the wrinkles will return.
DOES BOTOX MAKE YOU LOOK OLDER AFTER IT WEARS OFF?After Botox wears off, your lines and wrinkles will return to their original state, and your skin texture will revert to its natural state. Wrinkles and fine lines will not worsen as a result of Botox treatment, but they will return without more or long-term Botox treatments. Visit our Botox Clinic in Regina today!
WHERE DOES BOTOX GO WHEN IT WEARS OFF?After 3-4 months, Botox is metabolized and removed from the body. Once it stops acting at the injection site, it is broken down into amino acids and removed by the kidneys or “recycled” by the body for usage in other proteins.
DOES BOTOX KILL YOUR MUSCLES?Botox will not kill your muscles. It freezes the muscle(s) at the injection site for a short period of time. Due to infrequent use, long-term use in the same facial area can promote muscular atrophy.
CAN BOTOX SPREAD TO OTHER MUSCLES?To avoid/minimize issues like the dreaded droopy eyelid, Botox must be administered by a trained practitioner. It stays within a few millimetres of the injection site once it’s been injected. A miscalculation in needle placement or injection depth can occasionally cause the Botox to spread too far, resulting in a droopy eyelid that will correct itself after the Botox wears off. Today is the last day to visit our Regina Botox Clinic.
WHAT HAPPENS IF BOTOX IS INJECTED INTO A NERVE?Botox is injected into the muscles of the face rather than the nerves. However, in the extremely unlikely event that this occurs (which is only possible if the individual administering the Botox has no professional training), permanent nerve damage may result.
DO BOTOX INJECTIONS HURT?In contrast to a conventional surgical treatment, the needle used in a Botox injection is incredibly thin, and other than a pin-prick sensation upon injection, there should be no discomfort. Visit our Botox Clinic in Regina today!
WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER GETTING BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS?

Follow all post-treatment instructions after your Botox injection in Regina. It’s likely that you’ll be told to accomplish the following:

Rest for the remainder of the day and refrain from exercising for at least 24 hours.
Touching or massaging the injection site is not recommended.
Remove your make-up for at least 24 hours.
To avoid bruising and Botox from potentially spreading from the injection site, sit up for at least 4 hours following the procedure.
For the next 24 hours, don’t drink any alcohol.
For the next 24 hours, avoid any further facial treatments.
For at least 4 hours, stay out of the sun.

HOW MUCH DOES A TYPICAL REGINA BOTOX TREATMENT COST?

The cost of Botox is determined by the type of procedure and the amount of Botox necessary. Here’s an example of what you might anticipate to spend for some of our most popular services:

average $385 on the upper face
average $285 for Crow’s Feet
Various other locations

DOES INSURANCE COVER BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS?

Botox therapy for cosmetic/aesthetic purposes in Regina will not be covered. If you are getting Botox for medical reasons, though, it may be partially or completely covered (ex. to treat migraines or excessive sweating).

BOTOX REGINA DOWNTIME: MINIMAL
BOTOX REGINA RESULTS IN: 2–3 DAYS
REGINA BOTOX RESULTS LAST: 3–6 MONTHS

1701 College Avenue,
Regina, SK, S4P 1B8 Phone:306-994-5957

Botox injections are used to minimize the movements that generate frown lines, forehead lines, bunny lines, crow’s feet, and lines around the lips. These neuromodulators begin to operate mere days after injection, with the full effect seen two weeks later. Botox treatments usually last three to six months before they wear off, at which point a follow-up treatment is required to keep the best results. Your initial Botox treatment in Regina should last 3-4 months on average. Muscle paralysis, eye irritation, allergic reactions, and the spread of poisons into surrounding tissues are all possible long-term negative effects.

You can easily cease Botox treatments if it isn’t for you. Botox does not remove wrinkles; rather, it freezes them, thus if the therapy is stopped, the creases will return. In contrast to a conventional surgical treatment, the needle used in a Botox injection is incredibly thin, and other than a pin-prick sensation upon injection, there should be no discomfort. Rest for the remainder of the day and refrain from exercising for at least 24 hours, as well as touching or massaging the injection site. The cost of Botox is determined by the type of therapy and the volume of Botox administered.

For some of our most common treatment areas, here’s what you may anticipate to pay: Upper face, Crow’s Feet, and a wide range of symptoms.

If you are thinking about getting a Botox treatment, you likely have a lot of questions.
To put your mind at ease, we’ve put together some answers to our most commonly asked questions regarding the treatment.
HOW LONG DOES BOTOX LAST AFTER THE FIRST TREATMENT? On average, your first Botox treatment in Regina will last between 3 and 4 months.
Wrinkles and fine lines won’t be worse than before treatment, but they will eventually return without further or long-term Botox treatments.

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