in Bucks County, PA, and Hunterdon County, NJ
If you’re seeking a long-lasting, injectable wrinkle solution, DAXXIFY™ is currently the best option available. Most neuromodulators used to fight wrinkles, such as Botox® or Dysport®, last only 3-4 months. DAXXIFY™ has improved on these treatments and offers results that last 6-9 months. Buinewicz Cosmetic Surgery & MedSpa is proud to be the first in the region to offer DAXXIFY™ to patients in Hunterdon County, NJ, and Bucks County, PA.
What is DAXXIFY™?
DAXXIFY™ is a newly-approved injectable treatment designed to address frown lines and other facial lines and wrinkles in adults. The DAXXIFY™ formula is made with the botulinum toxin, just like Botox®, Dysport® and similar injectable treatments. Like these other treatments, DAXXIFY™ is a neuromodulator, which means that upon injection, it relaxes the facial muscles responsible for creating facial wrinkles. In the weeks following treatment, the appearance of these lines and wrinkles diminish as the muscles relax. However, unlike other neuromodulator injectables, DAXXIFY™ has been carefully formulated to offer an extended effect duration. Patients who want long-term relief from facial wrinkles may prefer DAXXIFY™ for this reason.
What are the Benefits of DAXXIFY™?
The main benefit of DAXXIFY™ is that it offers results that last substantially longer than similar injectable treatments. Furthermore, DAXXIFY™ offers the following benefits:
- Diminishes frown lines (glabellar lines)
- Diminishes 11s, crow’s feet and other forehead lines
- Quick, injectable treatment
- No downtime
- Results last 6-9 months
Is DAXXIFY™ Right for Me?
If you are 18 or older, in good overall health, and self-conscious about facial lines and wrinkles, DAXXIFY™ may be the solution for you. Dr. Buinewicz delivers DAXXIFY™ injections to patients who wish to erase the appearance of wrinkles caused by facial muscle movement, such as frown lines or brow wrinkles. DAXXIFY™ is a minimally invasive substitute for clients who prefer a non-surgical alternative. However, the best way to determine if DAXXIFY™ is right for you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Buinewicz and discuss your treatment goals.
What is the DAXXIFY™ Treatment Like?
DAXXIFY™ treatments are performed in our office in a matter of minutes. There is no need for anesthesia, although we can apply a topical numbing gel to the skin to minimize any discomfort during the injection process. Treatment involves injecting the DAXXIFY™ formula into and around the desired treatment area. The exact number and location of these injections will depend on your treatment goals, and will be discussed during your consultation. The DAXXIFY™ treatment takes less than 30 minutes to perform.
How Long is the Recovery After DAXXIFY™?
There is no downtime or recovery period after DAXXIFY™. Patients can return to work and other normal activities immediately after their appointment. However, you may experience redness or light bruising in the treatment area that lasts a day or two. DAXXIFY™ can take a few days to set in and take effect in the treatment area, so you can expect to see results within a week of your treatment. After this point, you can expect your results to last approximately six months, with some patients maintaining results as long as nine months after treatment.
How Much Does DAXXIFY™ Cost?
Costs associated with DAXXIFY™ treatment will vary from patient to patient due to the number of areas being treated and the number of injections required for treatment. Our friendly and knowledgeable patient coordinator will go over the treatment costs and the different forms of payment we accept, including personal checks, cash, and major credit cards. We are proud to offer several flexible financing options and payment plans to make this procedure accessible and affordable for all of our patients.
What Should I Do Next?
To learn more about DAXXIFY™ or determine if you’re a good candidate for treatment, contact us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Buinewicz at Buinewicz Cosmetic Surgery & MedSpa. We welcome patients from Hunterdon County, NJ, Bucks County, PA, and the surrounding areas of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.