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Botox and Injectable Procedures


Let the experts at Brevard Surgical Center guide you through injectable procedures. With the help of physician assistant Dan Daniels PA-C, Dr. Frank X. Venzara and Dr. Robert L. Bashore at Brevard Surgical Center offer a full menu of injectable and non-surgical cosmetic treatment options. We offer FDA proven products that include hyaluronic acid fillers, Botox, and sclerotherapy. We only purchase through licensed U.S.-based manufacturers and have great working relationships with these companies. Call to schedule a cosmetic consult. If a procedure is performed, the consultation fee will be waived.

Botox is a purified protein that is synthesized by the Allergan company. The product is used cosmetically to stop muscles most often of the upper face from causing wrinkling in the skin. Botox is injected strategically into certain areas of the patient’s face. After several days to a week, there is a significant decrease in the muscular motion of the face, which in turn reduces the severity of wrinkles. Botox is safe and effective. Xeomin (incobotulinumtoxinA), made by Merz Pharmaceuticals,  is also an approved nueromodulator by the US FDA.

Is Botox right for you?

Botulinum toxins won't fix all types of skin problems. For example, while it can diminish under-eye wrinkles, it can't repair the damage caused by the sun. Your skin thickness, type, and the degree of wrinkling all play a role in determining the effectiveness of botulinum toxin.  One of our surgeons is the best person to evaluate the appropriateness of this treatment for you personally.
For more information, we ask that you call the office and set up a cosmetic consultation or you can visit the manufacturer’s website at www.botox.com.

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Dermal fillers
Dermal fillers are products that are injected into the skin to plump or fill a depression or wrinkle. Many types of materials are used to accomplish this. The experts at Brevard Surgical Center are trained in these procedures and have used many of the available products in the U.S. market for many years.

Either as a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with other surgical procedures, fillers are quickly becoming one of the most common non-surgical treatments available to cosmetic patients. Below is a list of the products we currently inject:

     Juvederm Ultra and Ultra Plus

     Juverderm Voluma
     Restylane

     Perlane
     Radiesse

     Sculptra




Sclerotherapy
Sclerotherapy is defined as injecting a sclerosing agent into a vessel or lesion for the purpose of reduction or eradication. A sclerosing agent is any type of product that irritates or ablates the vessel wall of a vein.

We reserve this service for the treatment of cosmetic spider veins and other similar lesions. If the veins you would like treated are large and/or painful, you probably will be best served by seeking the services of a vascular surgeon. We do, however, consistently see and treat spider veins in all types of patients.