Botox, Juvéderm, Kybella and Sclerotherapy for a Youthful Look

Botox® Cosmetic

Botox Cosmetic is a neuromodulator used to treat frown lines between the eyebrows, as well as the forehead and around the eyes, chin creases, horizontal neck lines, and wrinkles around the mouth. The results are a softer look on the face and reduction of wrinkle lines. Results can last up to four months. Botox injections cause the muscles to relax lessening the movement that can create lines. After treatment, Botox takes about three to five days to start working. After the injections, some patients may experience some minor swelling or bruising that shouldn’t last long after treatment. Call us today at (978) 254-7637 to see if Botox is right for you.


Juvedérm works as an injectable filler that improves skin volume. Hyaluronic acid, in Juvedérm performs with collagen and elastin to create volume. Collagen is triggered and fills depressed skin areas and lines. Post-treatment patients may experience swelling, tenderness, bruising, firmness, lumps/bumps, or itching. Mild side effects shouldn’t last more than a week. Fillers can last four to six months. Call us today at (978) 254-7637 to see if  Juvedérm is right for you.

Juvederm treats:

  • Lines around the nose and mouth
  • Volume lacking areas in the lips
  • Under eye depressions
  • Depressions in the cheeks


At Transformations Medical Weight Loss and Aesthetics in Groton, MA, we now offer Sclerotherapy to treat painful and unsightly varicose (aka spider) veins and restore your legs natural beauty.

What is Sclerotherapy?

Red and purple broken vessels, some blue veins and spider veins can be eliminated with Sclerotherapy, a medical procedure for the treatment of varicose and spider veins. Treated veins tend to fade within a few weeks. Occasionally it may take a month or more to see the full results. Patients may require additional treatment to obtain desired results. Call us today at (978) 254-7637 to see if Sclerotherapy is right for you.

The Sclerotherapy procedure involves:

  • Injecting a solution directly into the vein
  • Then the solution causes the vein to scar
  • Forcing blood to reroute through healthier veins
  • The collapsed vein is reabsorbed into local tissue and eventually fades

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