Xeomin Wrinkle Treatment Winston-Salem
Proudly serving Forsyth County
The "Naked Injectable" ... No additives or complex proteins
Xeomin®, a Merz Aesthetics product (maker of Radiesse), is being referred to as the "naked injectable" by physicians because it does not contain any additives or complex proteins.
The benefit of this, according to Dr. Anne White, is that the body is less likely to have an adverse reaction to the treatment than with Botox®. Side effects and efficacy are similar to other botulinum toxin products.
"We are thrilled to have another highly effective botulinum toxin available to treat frown lines — which is one of the most commonly treated areas here at Carolina Laser," said Dr. Anne White. "By being selected to offer this cutting edge product, Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center is once again at the forefront of the latest advancements in skin treatment. Xeomin® will offer even more safety assurance to patients opting for this type of an injectable treatment and ultimately create some friendly price competition among its competitors."
Xeomin® is approved by the FDA for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines, more commonly known as frown lines between the eyebrows, in adult patients. This approval was based on two clinical trials that found that Xeomin® significantly improved the appearance of glabellar lines 30 days following the first injection.
Who Performs the Xeomin® Injections?
Dermal fillers and injections are an art and require great finesse to achieve the best results and a natural look. At Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center, only Dr. Anne White injects dermal fillers, NOT A PA OR A NURSE.
Our patients appreciate that they have a top-trained and experienced Cosmetic Surgeon injecting them in order to produce the best results possible. Using her keen eye for detail and her passion for artistry, Dr. White expertly injects her patients, producing top results every time. She is known as a leader in injection techniques. Companies such as Allergan and Galderma, which manufacture and distribute injectable fillers to cosmetic clinics in the United States, regularly request that Dr. White provide progress and development training for other medical professionals.