Trommeter Orthodontics is a one stop shop!
Dentists are true specialists in the area of the face. They are also experts in delivering injections painlessly and effectively, which means that your treatment will be smooth and comfortable. After nearly seven years of post-college education, Dr. Trommeter has more advanced training in the oral and maxillofacial areas than just about any other healthcare professional. He received his BOTOX® training from The American Academy of Facial Esthetics and honed his skills at F.U.E.L. Salon in Centennial, Colorado for four years. He is excited to offer BOTOX® in Northfield and Stapleton.
BOTOX® is Botulinum toxin type A, which blocks the message for the muscle to contract and causes it to relax. BOTOX® is the only approved treatment to temporarily improve the appearance of both moderate to severe frown lines in adults. An excellent BOTOX® treatment will leave you looking refreshed and feeling more confident than ever…a nice compliment to that perfect smile!
What to Expect
The process is quick and easy. At the start of the appointment Dr. Trommeter will discuss your goals. What lines bother you? What type of appearance are you hoping for? Most patients focus on the horizontal lines of the forehead, vertical lines between the eyebrows and crow’s feet around the eyes. Together you will come up with a plan to eliminate unwanted wrinkles and signs of aging. Dr. Trommeter will map out the injection sites and appropriate dosage. Most patients are pleasantly surprised by how easy the injections are and few experience any bruising. BOTOX® starts working in three to seven days with the full effect taking place a week after treatment. Results typically last three to four months.
Schedule an Appointment Today
If you would like to learn more about Botox and how it might benefit you, we encourage you to contact Trommeter Orthodontics for more information. Or just mention it at your next appointment because current orthodontic patients get a discount! Braces and BOTOX®, how convenient is that?!