Botox® Allergen Cosmetic Grade



You can look years younger in practically no time through the magic of Botox®. Botox® is a safe, non-surgical treatment used to reverse the visible signs of aging by reducing or eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, giving the skin a smoother, more refreshed appearance. Many patients combine Botox® injections with dermal fillers to dramatically revitalize your face. Botox® treatments only take only a few minutes and there is no downtime, allowing you to resume normal activities immediately following the procedure.


Length of Procedure: Botox® has a relatively short procedural time. It can vary depending on how many areas you are having injected.


Recovery Time: There is no recovery time. You can return to normal activities following the procedure.


Results: Normally, you will notice results within days of the procedure. Although results vary with each individual patient; overall results usually last about 4 months. Repeated treatments can yield longer lasting results.


What are some of the possible side effects?

Botox® is a very safe procedure. Some of the rare possible side effects are headache, nausea and eyelid droop.


Is the treatment painful?

Botox® treatments are seamlessly painless. The only slight discomfort will come from the needle prick to inject the Botox® into the designated area.


Prior to the Procedure:

Avoid taking any anti-inflammatory medication or drinking any alcoholic beverages. Also, allow adequate healing time following the procedure. For example, if you have an event or occasion coming up, it would be best to schedule your appointment a few weeks prior to it.


Following the Procedure:

Temporary swelling is normal after the procedure; however, do not rub, press or massage the injected area. By doing this, you can actually move the Botox® around if it has not completely settled.


OFMC Aesthetics & Laser

2121 SW 22nd Place

Ocala, FL 34471


Phone: 352-368-1333

Fax:      352-873-4581



Call to schedule your FREE consultation!


Deb Scott, LPN, LE

Medical Specialties