Botox for Men with KUTV’s Chef Bryan


September 3, 2017

Botox for Men with KUTV’s Chef Bryan at Utah Facial Plastics

“I’m once again here…just finished the hydrafacial with Trish and it’s amazing. I’m here with Alfie, who is amazing fun, and we’re just talking about how she’s finishing her masters in nursing and nurse practitioning. That’s what I really like about coming here. These are trained professionals with top credentials. When you’re messing with your face, you want the very best.

So this is maintenance her with Botox for the lines in my forehead but one thing I’ve also found from having a Botox treatment is I don’t get the headaches I used to get. So that was a side effect I didn’t realize so now I will forever be getting these treatments because it’s really nice not to get any headaches.

You can get in touch with Utah Facial Plastics very easily by calling (801)776-2220. You can make an appointment with Dr. Doug (Henstrom) or Dr. Thompson or Alfie here or Trish…there’s a whole staff here. They have an office in Draper, where I’m at today, or in Layton, which I said like a true Utahn…the ‘t’ is silent. Come get some maintenance, get your face taken care of and take care of your skin. Botox for men is important too. Getting some Botox now and will be getting rid of the headaches.”

Utah Facial Plastics has four expert Botox injectors including Dr. Scott Thompson and Dr. Douglas Henstrom, both board-certified facial plastic surgeons with many years of experience using all facial injectables, as well as Alfie Symes and Beth Sheiner, nurse injectors trained under the expertise of Dr. Scott Thompson. When injected in to certain muscles in the face, Botox temporarily paralyzes those muscles to smooth wrinkles and prevent them from coming back. Botox is often used in combination with treatments, such as Juvederm, Voluma, and Hydrafacial for skin rejuvenation.

 

 

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