Botox Louisiana
reduces wrinkles, frown lines and
crow’s feet.

Dr. Christopher Hubbell and his amazing team of injectors are masters of administering BOTOX. They have both the “aesthetic eye” and expertise with facial skin and anatomy to produce optimal clinical results for patients. Being among one the first to offer BOTOX in Southwest Louisiana, Dr. Christopher Hubbell can offer you the distinct advantage of extensive medical experience combined with advanced aesthetic expertise.

When performed correctly, a patient treated with BOTOX can still frown and smile, but when they do the expression, wrinkles around the eyes and forehead are diminished. Correction with BOTOX is very natural and most patients feel that they have a more wide-eyed, rested look. When combined with dermal fillers and/or other treatments, BOTOX provides additive benefits for facial rejuvenation and skin health.




glabellar lines


BOTOX® Cosmetic correction lasts an average of three to four months. Effects of BOTOX become apparent in less than 14 days after treatment. BOTOX can be combined with other forms of facial rejuvenation such as filler injections, laser resurfacing, chemical peels or microdermabrasion.

Protect your investment in your BOTOX treatments with other physician-grade skincare products that help maintain and reduce fine lines and wrinkles and stimulate the growth of skin structure. Our skin experts can provide a consultation to provide the best products for your skin type.4


BOTOX Cosmetic, a purified form of the botulinum toxin, is injected in minuscule amounts into the appropriate muscle(s) causing the, to relax, thus diminishing or eliminating:


How does it work?

BOTOX safely reduces the activity of muscles, relaxing the skin and erasing the fold-line wrinkles. This look is achieved by injecting small doses into specific muscles, which creates a natural softening of unwanted lines and wrinkles without removing your facial expressions.

Who should perform injections?

Injectable fillers and BOTOX are best administered by a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who understands skin issues and has knowledge of molecular anatomy. If BOTOX is not injected properly, one can lose the action of muscles of expression.

What is BOTOX?

BOTOX, by Allergan, is a purified protein made from a bacterium called “clostridium botulinum Type A.” BOTOX® has been used medically and cosmetically for more than 25 years and, when used correctly, is one of the safest cosmetic treatments performed today.

What results can I expect?

You can expect BOTOX to diminish or eliminate the lines, wrinkles or furrows on your face. In the hands of a board-certified skin expert who is skilled and experienced, BOTOX can return your natural, youthful appearance.

What areas can be treated with BOTOX?

BOTOX is used to treat frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead furrows caused by muscle contraction. It can also be used to treat lines on the neck. There are also areas that can be treated "off-label".

How many units will I need?

Although many facilities provide pricing per unit, the number of units you will need is dependent on the area you wish to treat, and your muscle strength. A board-certified dermatologist with years of experience and extensive training is the best choice for customizing each individual’s needs and delivering the best results at optimum value.

How long does it take to work, and how long does it last?

BOTOX Cosmetic results become apparent in the first three to five days after treatment and in about seven days for full results. Treatments last for three to four months. For best results, three to four treatments are recommended per year. After repeated injections the results may be even longer lasting.

Does it hurt?

Most patients say BOTOX treatments are no more painful than a mosquito bite. Administered by a skilled and experienced skin doctor, the tiny injections should be quick and nearly painless!

Is it safe?

BOTOX has an excellent safety record and millions of procedures are done annually without any significant side effects. Just like any medicine, too much BOTOX is not good for you. BOTOX is safe when carefully harnessed into small, safe doses.

How should I prepare for injections?

It is recommended to avoid Aspirin, NSAIDS (Advil, Aleve, Ibuprofen), and high doses of Vitamin E 3-5 days before treatment. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is okay if needed.

What will I look like right after treatment?

You can expect some minor, temporary swelling or redness. Ice packs can help to speed recovery from the treatment.