The benefits of neuromodulators in restoring a youthful appearance
Fine lines, wrinkles, and folds are the most common signs of aging on the skin as it loses its firmness. That naturally occurs as we get older due to the gradual loss of collagen and elastin. Additionally, the muscles in the face that help us frown, smile, or even raise our eyebrows can leave behind folds known as “dynamic wrinkles.” While many Wilmington, North Carolina area patients believe surgical facelifts are their only option for reversing the signs of aging, this is not always the case! Aleta Sloan and her team at United Medical and Aesthetics encourage patients to request an appointment at her practice to learn more about alternative options, including neuromodulator injections. She offers every one FDA approved to serve anyones preferences. These include, Xeomin, Jueveau, Dysport, and Botox
How do neuromodulators work?
Neuromodulator injections are a treatment used to combat the signs of aging on the face. By relaxing the facial muscles, these injections can help to smooth out lines and wrinkles, giving you a more youthful appearance. Neuromodulators can also treat conditions such as excessive sweating and TMJ disorder but are most commonly used in the cosmetic field to address imperfections on facial skin.
How long do neuromodulator treatments last?
Neuromodulators are not as permanent as a surgical facelift. They often last several months, and with continued injections every 3 months, patients can maintain the results and slow the overall appearance of aging on the face. Some patients may combine their neuromodulator injections with hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, which can also reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by adding volume right where it is needed.
What types of neuromodulators are available at United Medical and Aesthetics?
Aleta Sloan is pleased to provide Wilmington area patients with the following neuromodulator injections:
Her facility can help educate patients on the benefits of neuromodulators and fully understand how they work to turn back the hands of time!
Call United Medical and Aesthetics today!
Request an appointment with our team of professionals to learn more about the advantages of using neuromodulators to reverse the signs of aging on your skin. The office is in Wilmington, NC, at 1908 Eastwood Road, Suite #218, and can be reached at (910) 226-0355 to schedule a consultation.
Aleta Sloan is United Medical and Aesthetics' founder, owner, and chief practitioner. Her love and enthusiasm for healthy food and exercise is the driving force that makes her want to assist everyone who walks in through the doors of her practice.
Aleta graduated from one of the country's first PA schools at 23 and became the first PA in Eastern North Carolina. She has sustained her privileges at Carolina East Medical Center for the past 30 years and is dedicated to serving her community in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and cardiology.
Her passion for aesthetic medicine has motivated her to enroll in many hours of continuing education courses. She looks forward to assisting you in all your requirements while assuring that your trust is always in excellent hands, regardless of your goals!