• Pregnancy;
  • Nursing;
  • Hypersensitivity to any botulinum toxin product;
  • Allergy to cow’s milk protein;
  • Active infection near the site of the injection.

Treatment time 30 min.

$10 per unit (full price is given upon consultation)


Anti-aging & Rejuvenation

Dysport® is used by women and men to soften fine lines and wrinkles of the face. Dysport® is an excellent, minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that reduces the effects of aging and helps restore a natural, youthful appearance. Though Dysport® was approved by the FDA for use in the U. S. in 2009, it’s been used abroad for years.

Post Care Instructions

  • Do not lie down for 4 hours following your treatment;
  • Avoid any massage or pressure to treatment area/s, as this may alter the placement of the drug;
  • If you like to reapply makeup, do so gently over the treatment area/s;
  • Do not wear a hat or visor for 4 hours post treatment, if forehead was treated;
  • Refrain from heavy exercise for 24 hours;
  • Contract and release the treated muscles every few minutes over the next hour.

Dermal Fillers

Natural Enhancement

Dermal fillers are primarily made of hyaluronic acid gel. There are many areas of the face that dermal fillers can treat including: lips, cheeks, smile lines, vertical lip lines, marionette lines, and chin wrinkles. Fillers are a great non-surgical cosmetic procedure that deliver immediate and natural results lasting anywhere from 4-18 months.

Dermal fillers contain lidocaine, a common anesthetic, which helps patients tolerate the minor “pinch and pressure” associated with injections. There is minimal downtime associated with dermal fillers. Patients are treated with ice immediately following the procedure. While the potential for bruising and swelling exists, if it occurs it normally lasts only a few days.


  • Pregnancy;
  • Nursing;
  • Hypersensitivity/ allergy to the material or to the lidocaine mixed to the syringe of the filler (Zyderm, Zyplast, Cosmoderm, Cosmoplast and certain hyaluronic acid fillers and Artefill);
  • Active infection near the site of the injection.

Treatment time 30-45 minutes (topical anesthesia is an option with this treatment, if needed).

$650 – $750 per syringe (it depends on the area treated – prices are given upon consultation)

Perfromed by: board-certified internal medicine physician Dr. Eddie Fatakhov, M.D.

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