It is no surprise that non-surgical injectables like Botox are used over six million times each year in the United States. Botox offers a way to quickly address the signs of aging, smoothing away and preventing lines and wrinkles without any downtime so you can get right back to your daily routine after your treatment. If you are wanting to fight off the signs of aging, but aren’t quite ready to undergo surgery, Botox may be a great option for you. When you smile, frown, or anything in between, your facial muscles are pulling and folding your skin in order to show your expressions. As these facial contractions occur more and more as you age, lines and wrinkles begin developing on the surface of your skin where it has been constantly folded and pushed. The way Botox works is by relaxing these underlying muscles to soften your expressions and improve the appearance of the signs of aging. Botox can be used to treat common problems such as: • Crow’s feet • Frown lines • Nasolabial folds

Elizabeth Manning, FNP-BC (Family Nurse Practitioner)

Elizabeth Manning (Elise), is a board-certified family nurse practitioner who specializes in family medicine and primary care. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at East Carolina University and then earned her Master of Science degree at George Washington University in Washington, DC. She holds a national board certification with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and has over 10 years of experience in the medical field and patient care. She is certified in both botulinum toxins and dermal fillers. Elise prides herself in keeping up to date with guidelines and evidence-based medicine to ensure you receive the best and safest treatments to help you look and feel your best.