Thursday, September 21

Go ahead, worry as much as you like!

“We will take care of the wrinkles on your face that result from worry and concentration”, assures Dr. Edwin Williams who advocates the Botox Albany, the non-surgical cosmetic procedure able to improve the appearance of facial wrinkles.

Botox may be used to treat furrows between the brows, forehead wrinkles, smiles lines or ‘crow’s feet’, fine wrinkles around the lips, wrinkling and dimpling of the chin, platysmal banding in the neck, and marionette lines.

Good news for those suffering from Migraine:
The news that Botox is also effective in the treatment of migraine is cheered by my entire family of migraine affected members.

What is Botox?
Botox is a natural, purified protein that is produced by the Clostridium Botulinum Bacterium and it is administered as a very low dose with a few tiny injections directly into the facial muscle responsible for wrinkles and lines.

These are simple procedures that take about ten minutes per area treated. Patients can typically return to work and other normal activities immediately after treatment.

Where Botox is offered?
At the Williams Rejuva Center, you can undertake a simple treatment to rejuvenate your face instantly that is also affordable without the risks and downtime of surgery.

The Williams Rejuva Center also offers a number of minimally invasive procedures including BOTOX®, Restylane, Radiesse, medicated skin creams, medical facial peels, laser treatments, and skin rejuvenation programs.

You can also benefit from The Williams Rejuva Center’s 6-month skin rejuvenation program for treatments that stimulate collagen, improve hyper pigmentation problems (brown spots), and erase redness or spider veins. It improves skin texture, tone and color.

This program consists of two medicated peels, four Lite Touch laser treatments, medicated creams, and a basic skin care regime to maintain your beautiful results.

Visit to learn about medicated peels, Lite Touch laser treatments and medicated creams.

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