Botox Cosmetic St. Petersburg

BotoxBOTOX® Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) is a purified protein used to relax muscles that cause those unwanted vertical and horizontal frown lines on the face. BOTOX® Cosmetic is a safe alternative to surgical rejuvenation of the face when administered by the right hands.

BOTOX® was originally used to safely treat blepharospasm for over 10 years. In 2002, BOTOX® Cosmetic was approved by the FDA for the nonsurgical treatment of glabellar lines. Since its FDA approval, it has become the most common nonsurgical cosmetic treatment in the United States.

At Florida Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in Largo, Florida, BOTOX® Cosmetic is administered by Plastic Surgeon Dr. Christopher Newman. Being a plastic surgeon, Dr. Newman takes advantage of his surgical experience and knowledge of facial anatomy to deliver the purified protein BOTOX® Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) to the exact area intended. This results in a more effective treatment and consistent results.

While there are other similar purified proteins available on the market such as Dysport and Xeomin, only Botox has over a decade of experience and proven success in the use of nonsurgical cosmetic rejuvenation.

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Christopher Newman utilizes BOTOX® Cosmetic in Largo, Florida with other treatment options to completely wipe away deep permanent (static) lines that Botox alone cannot accomplish. This underscores the importance in being treated by a clinician who doesn’t just know Botox. Your treating clinician should know and understand the 3 dimensional contribution of all layers of facial anatomy including muscle, fascia, and skin. Patients in the entire Tampa Bay area including New Port Richey, Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Belleair, Seminole, Largo, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Plant City and Lakeland Florida travel to have Dr. Newman administer Botox because of his expertise and consistent results.

Beware of the Groupon special. There is a reason why clinicians run a Groupon to attract Botox customers. Plastic Surgeons don’t need to run Groupons for Botox. Only those desperate to capture the unknowing patient need Groupons to build their Botox business. While Groupon may be a great way to land a boat rental or discounted dinner, it shouldn’t be used to get discounted medical services. The administration of Botox is a medical service and in fact, cannot legally be offered in a Groupon ad in the state of Florida due to ‘fee-splitting’ laws. Physicians are aware of this and the mere fact that they offer the Groupon despite knowing it’s illegality speaks to the integrity of the physician.

Call for your FREE BOTOX® Cosmetic consultation today!