Reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
We can’t stop the clock on aging, but we have the power to slow it down. Anti-wrinkle injections are on the frontline of anti-ageing treatments. When injected in small doses into targeted areas, anti-wrinkle injections block the signals between the nerves and the muscles, causing the muscles to relax. They reduce the appearance of lines to produce a look that is fresh, more youthful and, most importantly, natural.
Licensed brands of botulinum toxin type A include,’ Botox®, Azzalure®, Bocouture®, Xeomin®, and Dysport®. All botulinum toxins are prescription only medicines (POM) and can only be prescribed after a consultation to assess your suitability.
Frequently asked questions
How expensive is this treatment?
An initial consultation is $325. This consult interviews the couple and reviews any prior workup that has been done. The usual course of labs, ultrasounds and monthly visits for a year will average about $2500 - $3000. In comparison, InVitro Fertilization averages $12,500 - $15,000 per cycle with a 50% success rate, and Adoption fees runs $20,000-$40,000. Restorative Reproductive medicine rivals IVF success rates at a fraction of the cost.
What happens if it doesn't work for me?
Despite all of medical science’s achievements, the ‘gift’ of life comes still from God, in His time. The benefit of a great fertility workup and treatment is to get you healthy. Anemos Fertility Care’s goal is to optimize your overall health, and good fertility will follow.
How long will this process take?
Obtaining a complete, well documented, fertility cycle, while obtaining a baseline Ultrasound and lab tests usually takes 4-6 weeks. Once the fertility defect is isolated, the next two cycles (usually about two months) are dedicated to treating those defects, and restoring a healthy, normal cycle. Once that normal cycle is established, we follow and support you monthly for the next 12 months to insure no changes or modifications. When pregnancy occurs, we follow you monthly to support those hormonally with high risk pregnancies.
Do you really think this will work for me?
I've tried something like this before, do you think it will work for me?
Unless you have seen a Restorative Reproductive Medicine specialist, it is unlikely you have had anything like this kind of workup before. Even so, there are always new insights and therapies being used that can improve the chances of a successful, healthy pregnancy.
What is the success rate for this process?
Clearly each couple is different, but after the initial workup is done, realistic expectations and success percentages can be determined, so that you can make informed decisions about further treatments and course of care. In general, however, national and international averages of RRM have shown an across the spectrum success rate of better than 60% rate to live birth, a 30% success rate in patients with up to 3 failed IVF treatments, and an 80% success rate in women with recurrent miscarriages. National averages for a single IVF treatment is 40-50% ‘pregnancy’ rate, with lower numbers when looking at completing the pregnancy to term.