Xeomin injections can assist with turning back the hands of timeBy Dr. Mary Lupo
What treatments are available?Our practice offers neuromodulators which include:
What is Xeomin?Xeomin is a neuromodulator used to address wrinkles and folds caused by muscle contractions. This includes crow’s feet around the eyes, wrinkles between the eyebrows, and on the forehead area. The medication is administered by an ultra-fine needle to the areas of concern by a trained professional to ensure noticeable, expected results. Results are not immediate in the same way as more traditional dermal fillers, but instead develop over several days. Patients may not require additional injections until six months later for maintaining their results.
Is Xeomin safe?Xeomin is completely safe and has been used on thousands of patients in the United States. There are some minor side effects which may be present for a brief time following injections, including pain around the injection site, bruising, and itching.
Book an appointment todayDr. Mary Lupo has committed herself to providing patients with ways to enhance their appearance and address the unwanted signs of aging. With Xeomin, Dysport, and Botox, patients can achieve the results they desire. Contact the team of the Lupo Center for Aesthetic and General Dermatology to discuss Xeomin and other neuromodulators as an option for turning back the hands of time. Call (504) 777-3047 to schedule a visit and discuss the advantages of using cosmetic injectable treatments to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and folds.
Our mission at the Lupo Center is to provide patients with innovative, effective and ethical care to make each person look and feel their personal best. To fulfill our goal, we provide state-of-the-art medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments to all patients.
Board certified dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology Mary P. Lupo, MD has been a leader in the field of non-surgical rejuvenation since 1983. She travels internationally to teach her innovative techniques, and her reputation brings in patients from around the country. She started the first formal residency training program for injectables and peels in 1983 at Tulane Medical School and served as past president of Women’s Dermatologic Society, adjunct professor of dermatology at Tulane and a founder of Cosmetic Boot Camp. Dr. Lupo holds membership in many prestigious dermatology associations, participates in clinical trials for approval of new drugs and devices and acts as an advisor for numerous aesthetic-minded companies.