Anti-Wrinkle Jeuveau Injections Arrive at Total Dermatology
Total Dermatology is among the first Irvine dermatology centers to offer “NewTox” to clients looking for safe and effective anti-wrinkle treatments.
Irvine, CA (PRUnderground) September 19th, 2019
Total Dermatology is pleased to announce the arrival of Jeuveau to its Irvine dermatology clinic.
Jeuveau – also known as “#NewTox” – promises to be an exciting Botox alternative for clients who want to choose from a larger anti-aging injection menu. This simple injection works in a similar manner to Botox and treats forehead wrinkles, frown lines, and even crow’s feet.
“I’m delighted that we’re among the first to offer Jeuveau injections,” says Total Dermatology founder and board-certified dermatologist Dr. Nissan Pilest. “Having this option gives more choice to patients who may have tried Botox in the past or who just want to try something different.”
Jeuveau uses a similar neuroprotein strain to Botox (prabotulinum toxin A vs. botulinum toxin type A) to block the brain’s nerve signals to the treated region (which is typically the forehead and around the eyes). Once these nerve signals are interrupted, the muscles and dermal tissue relax, resulting in smoother and younger-looking skin for up to 3 months.
Learn more about Jeuveau injections by visiting Total Dermatology’s website at https://www.totaldermatology.com or by calling for a Jeuveau consultation: (949) 408-1982
About Total Dermatology
At Total Dermatology, as our patient, you will have access to the highest quality and most innovative technologies available. Whether your concern is acne, wrinkles, sun damage or skin laxity, Dr. Pilest has both the latest technology and the most up-to-date expertise to address virtually every issue.
Visit our site at https://www.totaldermatology.com or call for a consultation at (949) 408-1982.
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