Dr. Lamoureux has vast experience injecting neuromodulators such as Xeomin®. In Shrewsbury we use injections to help soften the appearance of wrinkles to create an improved, younger-looking version of you.
How much does Xeomin cost?
We price our toxins by area to ensure that you’re never in the dark about pricing or worrying about how many units you may or may not get—or if you’ll have to spend more for touch-ups at your follow-up. Our area pricing includes your specific toxin, your follow-up visit, and any touch-ups that are required at that follow-up. Pricing begins at $250 per area. Customized treatments are always available with pricing determined at your free cosmetic consultation.
What are the risks involved with Xeomin?
The biggest safety concern for Xeomin is relaxing a muscle so much that the muscle feels overly heavy. Through her assessment of your anatomy, Dr. Lamoureux tries to avoid this in formulating your treatment plan. And while she understands that no one likes to bruise after injections, this always a risk. Dr. Lamoureux has a hand-held ultrasound device that helps her to better visualize vasculature under the skin, and she will often use this tool to help mitigate bruising.
What other treatments go well with Xeomin?
After your Xeomin results are settled, a variety of additional procedures can be done to enhance your appearance such as a fractional resurfacing laser or radiofrequency-enhanced microneedling to work on fine lines, pore size, and skin texture. For those hoping to achieve results for their fine lines with little-to-no discomfort or downtime, a radiofrequency protocol could be planned. Some patients who may want to work on broken blood vessels or unwanted pigment could have IPL or PIQO-4 treatments done. Or, some may be looking to enhance exfoliation or give the skin a great glow. For those, facial treatments such as dermaplaning, an oxygenated facial, or a light-grade chemical peel can be done.