VIDA AESTHETIC MEDICINE | SALEM, OREGON + MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY
WHAT IS IT?
Botox is a non-invasive treatment that works by temporarily relaxing the muscles that create certain unwanted lines and wrinkles on the face. At VIDA Aesthetic Medicine, we often see clients that hesitate to try Botox because they are concerned about looking “frozen”, but these clients are surprised to find that a controlled amount of Botox combined with a carefully placed needle can achieve the natural, youthful look that they desire. Looking frozen is not the desired effect of Botox and at VIDA Aesthetic Medicine, we strive to deliver the best results possible. By analyzing the facial muscles, our providers can soften lines created by certain facial expressions such as crow’s feet or frown lines. Botox Cosmetic has been used safely worldwide for the past two decades and has been FDA-approved for cosmetic use since 2002. Although Botox is typically used to soften lines on the face, other areas of concern can be assessed by one of our expert injectors.
VIDA Aesthetic Medicine in Salem, Oregon is an Allergan platinum partner due to the high volume of injectable treatments we perform. Achieved by fewer than 3% of aesthetic practices, VIDA Aesthetic Medicine is the only Oregon clinic outside of the Portland Metro area with this special designation. We pride ourselves in providing the best service to our Mid-Willamette Valley and Portland Metro area clients. We also participate in Allergan’s Brilliant Distinctions program to bring you discounts on Botox, select dermal fillers, SkinMedica products, and Latisse. Botox requires both precision and artistry of the injector to assess each client’s unique facial architecture and create a customized treatment plan that will achieve their desired results. Injectors Dr. Kim Thompson, DO, Tara McDermott, RN and Dr. Glen Jarosz will use their years of experience and artful eye to balance and enhance your natural beauty with each Botox Cosmetic treatment. VIDA Aesthetic Medicine is proud to be able to service the Mid-Willamette Valley for over ten years.