The medication stings for about 15 minutes and causes some swelling for a couple of weeks. It typically only needs to be done one time although in severe cases it may be repeated a second time. Sometimes this is done at the time of other facial surgery, for instance in patients who have the traditional dark circles as well as a festoon; we will do surgery to reposition the fat for the dark circle and inject doxycycline to reduce the festoon.
The cost to treat festoons alone is about one fifth that of lower eyelid cosmetic surgery. Before this there were no ways of treating festoons. Treating them with a one-time injection is very rewarding.
Dr. McCann and his wife, Rachel have been involved in raising money for the multiple sclerosis foundation for over a decade. The MS foundation recently had one of their annual events attended by over 600 called the Woman on the Move Event. To raise funds for MS, the MS Foundation sold coupons for Botox, Xeomin and filler injections, Dr. McCann did the injections and donated his professional services, so all proceeds benefited the MS foundation. If you are already familiar with Botox and Filler or interested in trying it out or looking for something nice to put in a loved one’s Easter basket, Dr. McCann says to contact his practice this week and join the fight against Multiple Sclerosis by getting Botox Xeomin or filler injections.
By using the promotion, you will get 20% off of the normal rates and all proceeds will benefit the MS Foundation. Visit centerforfacialappearances.com for more information or call 801-997-9999 to set up an appointment.
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