Weakening the contractions of these muscles can reduce or smooth away the lines and wrinkles on the overlying skin. BOTOX is a purified form of botulinum toxin that temporarily blocks nerve impulses to muscles when injected into precise muscle strands, leaving the skin looking noticeably smoother.

Is BOTOX right for me?

BOTOX is one of the world’s most popular injectables, and for good reason. When injected with precision, the smoothing effect can leave you looking well-rested, refreshed, and noticeably younger. The procedure takes only a few minutes to complete, with results that last for three to four months or even longer. If you have not tried BOTOX, Dr. Hyman’s private, luxury NYC office is the ideal destination. Enjoy the ambiance of a cutting-edge boutique clinic and a journey to beauty under the care of experienced medical professionals who are passionate about achieving superior results. 

The beauty of BOTOX A youthful, fresh look, restored.

To restore the youthfulness of your face, Dr. Joshua Hyman is proud to provide BOTOX injections for patients in and around Manhattan, New York City, and nearby areas of New York. The in-office procedure takes 10 to 20 minutes to perform, and you are free to resume your normal activities immediately after your injections. BOTOX can also be injected to relieve migraine headaches and treat excessive sweating under the arms and in the palms. Please note that seven to ten days prior to a BOTOX treatment, you must stop taking aspirin and blood thinners.

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Why choose Dr. Hyman for BOTOX?

Dr. Hyman is a double-board-certified plastic surgeon and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical Center. He has decades of experience and has performed thousands of successful procedures with elegant, lasting results. His private, boutique center is state-of-the-art and has a perfect safety record.

When will I see results?

Patients will see the results of the BOTOX procedure within three to seven days of the injections. BOTOX treatments last approximately three to four months, although some patients have noticed the results last longer with repeated treatments.

BOTOX for excessive sweating

Some people suffer from profuse perspiration (hyperhidrosis) in the underarms or on the palms of the hands. Such perspiration can cause embarrassment when it soaks through clothing in just minutes.

Patients may feel nervous when offered a handshake due to wet palms. Fortunately, BOTOX treatments can reduce sweating by 85% or more for months at a time.

How does it work?

BOTOX is a purified form of botulinum toxin that temporarily blocks nerve impulses. When injected into the skin, it can block the local nerve impulses that activate the sweat glands, thus reducing perspiration. The in-office procedure requires only a short appointment time, and you can return to work or other activities immediately. Please note that seven to ten days prior to your BOTOX treatment, you must stop taking aspirin and blood thinners to reduce bruising at the injection sites.

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Results for cosmetic BOTOX injections

You will enjoy the smoothing effect of BOTOX within three to seven days. As the months pass, the effect will fade, requiring regular appointments to maintain the refreshed look. With routine injections, many patients notice that the smoothing effect lasts even longer. 

Meet with us and discover a boutique NYC aesthetic clinic

Dr. Joshua Hyman and his staff will be happy to discuss your custom BOTOX anti-aging treatment or injections. Dr. Hyman has established a private, boutique practice that caters to your every need, and where you can expect an extraordinary level of personalized care and attention.

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