WILLIAMSVILLE, NY, July 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For more than a decade, BOTOX Cosmetic injections have been a not-so-well-kept secret of Hollywood celebrities and Williamsville residents alike. The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center in Williamsville offers BOTOX injections to patients who desire a more refreshed appearance.
BOTOX is an FDA-approved injectable medication that works to temporarily paralyze the muscles that lead to skin wrinkling. Overuse of certain muscles, such as the area between the eyebrows and muscles around the eyes can lead to skin wrinkling. The doctors at Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center also perform BOTOX injections into lip lines. By strategically and expertly injecting small amounts of BOTOX into these muscles, the face appears smoother and younger.
"Our practice was one of the first in Western New York to offer BOTOX injections, and our patients are continuing to see excellent results from what has become a popular treatment in anti-aging services," explains Dr. Daniel A. Buscaglia, a board-certified dermatologist and board-certified phlebologist at The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center.
Numerous clinical studies have tested the benefits and risks associated with BOTOX injections. The injections typically last anywhere from three to six months, at which time the body starts to absorb the medication. Repeat injections of BOTOX can actually extend the time between treatments because BOTOX helps to "train" the facial muscles from contracting, offering more long-lasting results. This also means patients can typically wait longer between BOTOX treatments as the facial muscles become more relaxed and therefore appear less-wrinkled.
"Patients opt for BOTOX because of its results and ease of treatment" says Dr. Lisa Esler-Brauer, a board-certified dermatologist and phlebologist at The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center. "Patients can have BOTOX injections on a lunch break and return to work that day."
Dr. Esler-Brauer says many patients ask if BOTOX injections are extremely painful or uncomfortable. She says most patients do not require anesthetic for the injections and describes the feeling as being like a bee sting or mosquito bite. While a patient may feel a temporary prick at the injection site, the pain typically quickly subsides.
Since its FDA approval in 2002, BOTOX is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world. The worldwide BOTOX market is expected to reach $2.9 billion over the next four years.
"BOTOX changed the way we as a medical profession treated wrinkles and provided our patients a non-surgical option for wrinkle reduction," says Dr. Bethany Lema, a board-certified dermatologist at The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center. "It truly is a revolutionary product."
For more information on The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center in Williamsville, NY, or to make an appointment for BOTOX cosmetic treatments, please call (716) 632-5200. To learn about additional services offered at the practice, please visit their practice website at www.CVLC.com
About The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center: The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center opened in 2008, and is comprised of Dr. Daniel Buscaglia, Dr. Lisa Esler-Brauer and Dr. Bethany Lema. Dr. Buscaglia is the president and medical director of the Cosmetic vein & Laser Center, and is a board certified dermatologist and board certified phlebologist (vein care specialist). He completed his dermatology training at Grandview Medical Center/Ohio University, where he served as chief resident and academic teaching fellow. During this specialized training, Dr. Buscaglia initiated and directed an outpatient laser clinic for the treatment of wrinkles, pigmented lesions, vascular lesions and tattoos. Dr. Lisa Esler-Brauer is also a board certified dermatologist and phlebologist in Williamsville, NY. She completed her dermatology training at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, as well as a clinical cosmetic dermatology, and phlebology and laser preceptorship at the Cosmetic Vein and Laser Center. Dr. Bethany Lema is also a board certified dermatologist and vein care specialist. She received her dermatology training at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Lema performs general dermatology, clinical cosmetic dermatology, phlebology and laser treatments at The Cosmetic Vein & Laser Center.
52 South Union Road, Suite 203
Williamsville, NY 14221
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