Tomball, TX


Botox has long been a popular method for treating wrinkles and fine lines on the face, making it one of the most requested aesthetic treatments in the world. Botox works by blocking the nerve signals that cause muscles to contract, which helps smooth out dynamic wrinkles such as those found around your eyes or mouth. The effects are usually visible within a few days and can last up to four months.

Fillers, meanwhile, are used to add volume and structure to the face. Fillers are injected directly into the skin, where they help plump and shape facial features such as cheeks, lips, or jawline. Commonly used fillers are made of hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occurring substance in the body that helps keep skin hydrated and smooth. Treatment is typically fast and the results are immediately visible.

At QLMD Direct Primary Care, our experienced practitioners specialize in providing safe and effective Botox and filler treatments to help you look your best. Our team will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs and goals, so you can look and feel your best. We strive to provide results that are natural-looking and long-lasting, so you can always be confident in your appearance.

Botox/Filler FAQ

How long does Botox last?

The effects of Botox typically last up to four months. However, the results may vary depending on your unique situation and factors such as age, health, and lifestyle.

Are fillers safe?

Fillers are considered generally safe when administered by a qualified medical professional. However, there is still a risk of side effects such as swelling or bruising.

What can Botox and fillers do?

Botox injections are used to reduce wrinkles and fine lines on the face, while filler injections can be used to add volume and improve facial contours. Both treatments can be used to achieve a more youthful and natural-looking appearance.

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