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Injectables

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Introduction
to Injectables

Non-surgical treatment options are available to help improve facial harmony and youthfulness with less risk and no downtime compared to surgery. Dr. Ho possesses extensive training in various injectable procedures including neurotoxins, filler treatmentsKybella, and platelet-rich plasma and will work with you to develop the best, personalized non-surgical treatment plan to meet your aesthetic goals.
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Progression Of Results for Injectables

Botox Injection to the Upper Face

What Are Injectables?

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In the realm of aesthetic medicine, injectables comprise of any non-surgical treatments that are executed in the form of an injection for the purpose of rejuvenation. Neurotoxins and fillers are two of the most common types of injectable procedures. Neurotoxins weaken target muscles by blocking the release of a neurotransmitter that stimulates the muscles and ultimately soften wrinkle lines caused by muscle movement, particularly in the upper third of the face. The treatment effect of neurotoxins is realized within one to weeks after the procedure and lasts up to 3 months on average. Common neurotoxin brand names include Botox®, Dysport®, and Xeomin®Filler injections are intended to restore volume as well as to fill in wrinkle lines or deeper folds in the face. Hyaluronic acid is the most common type of material found in fillers. Depending on the type of product used and the area of the face treated, the treatment effect of fillers ranges from 6 months to 2 years. Common filler brand names include Juvederm®, Restylane®, Radiesse®, and Belotero®. Each injectable procedure is uniquely designed and executed by Dr. Ho according to the anatomic findings and surgical goals of the individual patient.​

Dr. Ho’s approach to Injectable Procedures

As a facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Ho specializes exclusively in aesthetic and reconstructive procedures of the head and neck region. She possesses dedicated training and extensive experience in injectable procedures from one of the top facial plastic surgery fellowship programs in the country under mentor Dr. Steven Dayan, a world-renowned leading authority in injectable procedures. Dr. Ho is regionally known for her signature non-surgical procedures in facial contouring and jawline contouring and attracts patients from all over Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York to Philadelphia and Newtown for treatment. Dr. Ho dedicates ample time and effort to establish realistic goals for every patient. Her treatment philosophy is centered on producing results that are natural and conservative. Dr. Ho often performs injectables in a stepwise fashion across a series of visits to avoid overtreatment and obtains pre and post-treatment photographs throughout the process to allow for objective comparison. Every patient leaves her office refreshed and confident without the rest of the world knowing what was done. Dr. Ho pursues a cannula technique for filler injections as this technique minimizes the risks of bruising and swelling as well as vascular compromise. Dr. Ho understands the pain tolerance of every patient is different and incorporates topical and local anesthesia techniques into her injectable procedures to ensure each patient is as comfortable as possible. She also maintains an excellent hygienic protocol to avoid infection as well.

“My treatment philosophy is centered on producing results that are natural and conservative. Every patient leaves my office refreshed and confident without the rest of the world knowing what we exactly did together.”

Dr. Tina Ho

Dr. Tina Ho

FAQ’s

What are the advantages and disadvantages of Injectable Procedures compared to aesthetic surgery?
Injectable procedures are an appealing non-surgical treatment option as they are less invasive and involve less risks and downtime compared to surgery. In contrast to filler injections, surgery typically yields more permanent results and may be considered advantageous from a long-term cost benefit analysis when compared against repeated injectable treatments. Dr. Ho is experienced in both non-surgical and surgical methods for facial rejuvenation and will discuss with each patient the best treatment options that meet their aesthetic concerns and goals.​​
What is the cost of Injectables?
The price of Botox/neurotoxin is $15/unit, and the price of fillers starts at $700-800/syringe.

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Your Injectables will be performed by Dr. Tina Ho in her surgery center in Philadelphia.

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