Fillers and Botox Before And After

Fillers Botox Before and After Photos

Every single year, millions of people are treated with injectable medications, including Botox and dermal fillers. These medications provide a safe, non-invasive way to address the common signs of facial aging, including wrinkles, lost volume, facial contouring, and more.

We are proud to provide a full spectrum of injectable treatments here at Carolina Age Management Institute (CAMI Med Spa). To see what a difference injectables can make, take a moment to explore our gallery of fillers Botox before and after photos. Then, reach out to CAMI Med Spa to schedule a one-on-one consultation with one of our skilled providers.


What are Fillers & Botox?

Though dermal fillers and Botox are both classified as injectables, they work in different ways and complement each other when used together.

Most facial fillers are made with hyaluronic acid or other naturally occurring substances. When injected into the skin, these substances have a natural plumping effect, meaning they can restore lost volume while smoothing out wrinkles and fine lines.

Botox, meanwhile, relaxes underlying muscles that cause deep, dynamic wrinkles. Once these muscles are relaxed, the wrinkles become less visible. Botox may also be used to treat migraines, TMJ pain, and even excessive sweating. It’s a widely used injectable with a range of clinical applications.

Why Choose Injectables?

There are plenty of reasons to consider injectable medications. Benefits include:

  • There’s no need for anesthesia or for incisions.
  • There is no downtime required.
  • Injectables are simple in-office procedures, usually taking mere minutes.
  • Many patients see results in just a matter of days.
  • Maintenance injections can be used to extend your results.

Ready to find out more about the benefits of injectable treatments? Take a few minutes to review our gallery of fillers Botox before and after photos. Then, contact CAMI Med Spa to schedule a consultation. Reach out to us whenever you’re ready to learn more about Botox and fillers.