BOTOX™ and Dysport are products that provide safe and effective treatment for deep wrinkles between the eyebrows, called glabellar lines, forehead wrinkles and crows feet. These medications work by temporarily paralyzing the muscles responsible for the wrinkling effect when you change your expression, thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles in these areas. Repeat treatments will be needed to achieve a longer lasting effect, and initial treatments don’t last as long as subsequent ones do.  
The Botulism toxin used in these procedures is a purified, low concentrate form that is applied in minuscule doses. BOTOX™ and Dysport both block the release of a chemical that causes the muscles to contract maintaining a relaxed state. This reduces the appearance of wrinkles.   They are most effective when used with muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles, or wrinkles formed by facial movement.   Because of their ability to maintain muscles in a relaxed state, BOTOX™ and Dysport can both be used with nearly any muscle that is contracting too often or too strongly. 
Dr. Motazedi and his staff have been using BOTOX™ and Dysport in his Colorado Springs clinic for over 18 years, and it has proven to be one of the most requested and satisfying treatments he offers.  The treatment is simple, nearly painless and has no recovery time. A consultation will determine what your objectives and how design a plan to best achieve them. Once a decision has been reached, the injections will be placed in specific locations. No anesthesia is needed, although you may choose to numb the area with an ice pack in advance if you so desire. The procedure will take approximately ten minutes. BOTOX and Dysport have one of the highest satisfaction ratings among patients.

To see if you are a candidate for Botox or Dysport treatment,

please call our office today at (719)-596-4000.

Treatment performed by Victoria Motazedi, PEP, PE

Dysport used to stop Crow's Feet from moving, followed by 4 Fraxel treatments to tighten and smooth the skin.

Treatment performed by Victoria Motazedi, PE, PEP