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Neurotoxin Injections

Neurotoxin Injections | Culver CIty

True Jewel Cosmetic Center offers a variety of treatment options for neurotoxin injections. Neurotoxin is an effective and popular solution for patients looking to treat mild to severe wrinkles located on the forehead, lines between the eyes (the elevens), and the crow’s feet. Neurotoxin injections can also be used in a variety of different treatment options as well, such as masseter injections in order to treat TMJ (grinding teeth), and it also helps slim the face! Another popular treatment option for neurotoxins in the treatment of Hyperhidrosis (over sweating), where we are able to inject the neurotoxin in the areas of concern in the patient, helping the patient reduce sweating in those areas.

Dysport

Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA)  is a neurotoxin created by Galderma (Restylane fillers makers) that is safe and approved for treating issues like teeth grinding, reducing sweat, and more.  Dysport works on mild to drastic lines on the face and forehead, like crow’s feet, by briefly smoothing and softening them out.

Botox

Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) is specially designed to treat mild to severe wrinkles or lines. It is one of the most well-known neurotoxin treatment in the industry and has been known to treat a multitude of issues like grinding teeth, sweat reduction, and more.

Xeomin

Xeomin (incobotulinumtoxinA) is an FDA-approved neurotoxin that treats a variety of issues ranging from teeth grinding and sweat reduction to forehead wrinkles, lines between your eyes, and crows feet.   Xeomin is a more inexpensive option compared to alternative neurotoxins.

Jeuveau

Jeuveau (prabotulinumtoxinA-xvfs)‎ is an FDA approved neurotoxin that uses an alternative purification and drying process to achieve results in just a matter of days. Jeuveau targets wrinkles and deep lines on the forehead as well as elevens, crows feet, and more.

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