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Naficy Plastic Surgery & Rejuvenation Center receives prestigious membership into Allergan's National Education Faculty for Botox injections
Allergan's National Education Faculty (NEF) is a prestigious society of Botox providers who have been certified by Allergan not only in administering Botox treatments, but specifically certified by Allergan to train other physicians in the administration of Botox Cosmetic. The Naficy Rejuvenation Center's membership in the NEF assures you the highest level of skill and expertise in the administration of Botox injections by all members of our highly trained staff. We are in the top 1% of clinics nationwide for Botox injections and have been serving the Seattle and Bellevue area for 10 years.
Look 10 years younger with just BOTOX & YOUTH INJECTIONS!
Naficy Plastic Surgery & Rejuvenation Center is offering our patients a quick and non-surgical alternative to a face lift. Using an innovative combination of Botox and volumizing Youth Injections in just 10-15 minutes we can take 10 years off your face - without any surgery and with minimal down-time!
THE NON-SURGICAL FACE AND BODY LIFT!
As seen on Oprah, Thermage uses a patented radiofrequency energy for the treatment of facial and body skin laxity. Body Thermage treatments can tighten loose skin of the arms, tummy, chest, breasts, thighs, and even hands Face Thermage treatments can tighten loose skin of the entire face and neck, including the eyelid and eyebrows. Thermage treatments require NO DOWNTIME!
SCULPTRA , the liquid face lift!
Seattle, WA - Sculptra, an FDA-approved injectable treatment for the face, is the newest and most exciting non-surgical way to give your face a lift without any plastic surgery or down-time. Results can last more than 2 years. Read more here
What is Botox?
Botox is a purified protein that has to ability to relax hyperactive muscles. Facial wrinkles that are caused by hyperactive and tense facial muscles that can be effectively treated and relaxed by Botox with minimal risk and a natural outcome.
Is Botox safe?
The amount of Botox needed to treat facial lines and wrinkles is very safe, demonstrated by the face that millions of Botox treatments have been performed worldwide over the past 3 decades. Botox is not recommended for women who are pregnant or are nursing. This is not because of any known adverse effects but rather due to the fact that no studies have been performed on pregnant or nursing mothers receiving Botox.
Who is a candidate for Botox?
Any one who wishes to reverse the effects of the facial aging process with no down time is an appropriate candidate for Botox injections. Typically, for most patients, Botox is the first anti-aging treatment performed.
Will I lose all facial expression?
You do not need to worry about Botox giving you an expressionless face. Botox will allow you to stop looking unconsciously or unwillingly angry and stressed and will reduce the lines and wrinkles due to hyperactive facial muscles. However, your purposeful facial expressions will not be completely taken away and can still frown or look surprised, just without the extra wrinkles and creases on your face.
Will others know that I have had Botox?
The greatest thing about Botox is that the results are very natural and subtle. Botox makes you look younger, appear more relaxed, and less tense. Although you look better, typically no one can figure out what you did!
What are some of the advantages of Botox?
- Botox is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment for wrinkles.
- The effect of Botox is relatively quick and dramatic.
- Botox can help prevent certain wrinkles caused by repeated facial expressions..
- Botox injections are relatively painless.
- The effect of Botox is not permanent.
- Botox does not require anesthesia.
- In some cases, Botox may help ease tension and or migraine headaches.
Can I benefit from combining other cosmetic treatments with Botox?
One of the greatest combination treatments involves the simultaneous use of Botox and facial fillers. With such combination treatments using Botox and facial fillers, an "instant face lift" may be achieved with minimal to no down-time, no incisions, and no anesthesia. The results will amaze you!
When should I start to get Botox treatments?
You'll know when it's time to get Botox! Usually the first sign that it may be time for Botox is that those facial lines and wrinkles that used to only be present with expression start to not fade away with a relaxed face and get much deeper than before with facial expressions.
Who performs the Botox treatments?
Naficy Rejuvenation Center is the area's premiere location for Botox treatments and other facial injectables. We have an experienced staff of four skilled injectors and perform Botox treatments every weekday. Naficy Rejuvenation Center is a national training site for Botox and staff of the Naficy Rejuvenation Center are National Botox Trainers.
Do Botox injections hurt?
Typically no anesthetic is needed for Botox injections. A small amount of Botox is administered using a very small and fine needle. Most patients experience very minimal discomfort, similar to the sensation of having facial hairs plucked. Anesthetic creams and special cooling/numbing devices are available to increase your comfort.
What are the potential risks and complications of Botox?
Under the care of trained medical professionals, Botox treatments are extremely safe, probably one of the safest cosmetic medical treatment available today. Botox is however not without a very small chance of potential risks and complications that depend on the location of the treatment. You provider will discuss the specific risks of your Botox treatment with you before your treatment. Unlike many "Medispas" and "Skin Clinics" that do not have an on-site physician, the Naficy Rejuvenation Center has a board-certified facial plastic surgeon present on-site at all times and the Botox injectors at the Naficy Rejuvenation Center have over 50 years of combined medical experience.
How much do Botox injections cost?
The cost of Botox is per unit of Botox used which depends on the dose (number of units) used. Botox treatment cost for patients receiving 50 units or more is $12/unit. Botox treatment cost for patients receiving 30-49 units is $14/unit. Botox treatment cost for patients receiving 1-29 units is $15/unit. The amount of Botox used is measured in units and the larger and stronger the muscles being treated, the higher the number of units required to produce adequate relaxation. We are the #1 provider of Botox in Washington state and because of our purchasing power are able to offer this very competitive price on Botox to our patients.
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What is the recovery like?
In general, no recovery time is needed after Botox. Botox treatments may be administered in the morning before work, during a lunch break, or on the way home from work. You will be instructed not to rub the treated area for a couple of hours after the treatment. Your provider may also ask you to try and "exercise" the treated muscles for the first 1-2 hours following the treatment, as this will increase the effectiveness of the Botox treatment. Since there is always a theoretical risk of bruising with any injection, we recommend that you don't get Botox immediately before an important event.
How long will the results last?
Typically, it takes 4-5 days for the Botox to start to take effect, and it may take up to 2 weeks to see the full effects of Botox. Botox results generally last between 3-6 months. Same day appointments for Botox are typically available, if scheduling permits.
What can I do to prepare for my first Botox treatment?
By reading the information on this page you are already more informed and prepared that the average Botox consumer. To further reduce the minimal risk of bruising following your Botox injection, we recommend that you avoid medications and supplements [16kb PDF] that can potentially thin your blood. Aspirin and ibuprofen are the most common blood thinners used and avoiding them for 2-3 weeks before your treatment is ideal.
How do I schedule my Botox treatment?
You can request an appointment through our website. We look forward to meeting you!