Why You Want an Experienced Professional Administering Your Botox

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Getting older often means the inevitable signs of aging start materializing on your face as unwelcome lines and wrinkles. Thanks to today’s advanced anti-aging products, like Botox® and Dysport®, it’s easier than ever to enhance your appearance and look as young as you feel. While it’s easy to get cosmetic injections in Las Vegas, it makes a big difference who administers them.

At Echo Aesthetics & Wellness, nurse practitioner Celine Nesjan and her team explain why you want an experienced professional administering your botulinum toxin product, whether it’s Botox, Dysport, or XEOMIN® injections.

Botox is a prescription injection

Botox is an FDA-approved medical solution. There’s no such thing as a “generic” form of Botox, and it’s considered “noninterchangable” when it comes to its safety and effectiveness. This means that only an experienced medical aesthetics professional should administer Botox or other product brands that contain botulinum toxin, such as Dysport. These products are called neuromodulators because they temporarily reduce muscle movements that leads to wrinkles.

When you choose an experienced nurse and medical aesthetics expert, like the ones at Echo Aesthetics and Wellness, you can rest assured you’re receiving the highest quality injectables in a facility that is committed to maintaining the highest standards of aesthetic procedures.

An expert knows exactly where to place the injections and how much to use

Some men and women are concerned about looking overdone after they receive Botox or Dysport treatment, which is yet another reason why it matters who provides these injections.  Celine Nesjan is a dedicated nurse practitioner with extensive training in aesthetic medicine. She is an expert at injecting Botox, Dysport, and XEOMIN, based on your individual needs and concerns.

If crow’s feet around your eyes are something you’d like to reduce, Celine knows precisely where to inject the solution for your desired outcome. She customizes every aesthetic treatment based on your initial consultation, so it’s never a one-size-fits-all type of treatment. Before injecting the neuromodulator, you’ll discuss your aesthetic goals with her and she creates a customized plan just for you.

After receiving the injections, you’ll still be able to make all of your natural facial expressions, but you’ll look younger making them. As a nurse, Celine understands that these neuromodulators temporarily reduce muscle movement that leads to wrinkles and frown lines in your forehead and around your eyes. This knowledges allows her to precisely target the muscles that need to relax.

When it comes to injecting Botox, Dysport, or XEOMIN, and understanding how they work, a nonmedical professional doesn’t have the same understanding as a highly trained, experienced nurse practitioner. If you settle for less than an experienced medical professional, you’re taking your chances with the aesthetic outcome as well as your health.

A medical expert makes your safety a top priority

A Botox “party” in which an aesthetics professional comes to your home to administer Botox at a social event cannot provide the same level of safety that you’ll receive at a medical facility. As a nurse practitioner with more than 20 years of experience, Celine knows exactly what to do in case of an emergency.

You’ll also receive these cosmetic injections under sterile conditions in her boutique practice that maintains the highest safety standards for both clients and staff. This level of safety and sterile environment simply isn’t possible at a house party or other social event.

Neuromodulators and other medications may not interact well

If you’re taking certain medications, you may not be eligible for injections that contain botulinum toxin. Only a medical professional may fully realize this and abide by it. For example, if you’re taking a blood-thinning medication, it may increase your risk of bruising during injections. Furthermore, some natural supplements may increase your risk of adverse reactions.

During your consultation, Celine may ask you about certain medications and advise you to stop taking them for a short time before receiving Botox, Dysport, or XEOMIN injections.

Just like there’s no substitute for the original brand-name solutions, there’s no substitute for a trained medical professional to administer them. For the best aesthetic outcome in a medically safe environment, you should only receive cosmetic injections from a nurse or doctor specializing in aesthetic medicine.

To schedule your consultation, call the Echo Aesthetics & Wellness office in Las Vegas, or click the button here on the website.

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