Doctor determines eligibility during consultation, then may inject up to 20 or 40 units of Botox
What You'll Get
- Typical treatment areas for Botox injections: crow’s-feet around the eyes and lines on the forehead
- Click here to read our complete guide to Botox.
- Who’s eligible for Botox injections?
- Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
- During a pre-treatment consultation, a doctor will discuss your goals and treatment options, which may include injecting up to 20 or 40 units of Botox. If they determine the treatment isn’t appropriate for you, your purchase may be refunded.
The Fine Print
For the ophthalmologist at NeoVision, checking up on his patients' vision is just the first step. Dr. Lawrence Gipson—a board-certified physician—also helps by performing surgical procedures intended to improve eyesight. Using state-of-the-art technology such as the computer-guided, blade-free IntraLase system, the doctor offers LASIK treatments that precisely reshape corneas and compensate for the effects of myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism. He also values preventative care, offering examinations that determine prescriptions while checking for early signs of ailments.
But Dr. Gipson's expertise extends beyond eyes, too: he performs medical-grade aesthetic procedures, including facial injectables, photorejuvenation, and laser treatments for scar, hair, or stretch-mark removal.