Botox for Men
Located In New York City
Botox in New York is a procedure that corrects wrinkles, a visible sign of aging that can cause men to look older. While some men seek aesthetic surgery to help manage the signs of aging, others prefer a less-invasive, non-surgical solution like Botox. Male Botox treatment differs from female Botox treatment because of the nature and strength of men’s muscles. Male Botox is sometimes referred to as "Brotox."
Dr. Imber is an internationally renowned plastic surgeon and has performed over 25,000 surgical procedures. He performs a full range of cosmetic surgery procedures in his New York City practice, popularized the S-Lift, and developed the Limited Incision Facelift Technique. He has dedicated his career to helping his patients look as good as they feel, and always strives for the most natural results.
Botox for Men
Botox in New York is a procedure that corrects wrinkles, a visible sign of aging that can cause men to look older. While some men seek aesthetic surgery to help manage the signs of aging, others prefer a less-invasive, non-surgical solution like Botox. Male Botox treatment differs from female Botox treatment because of the nature and strength of men’s muscles. Male Botox is sometimes referred to as “Brotox.”
The Botox treatment is straightforward and takes only a few minutes. To prevent pain at the injection site, ice packs and a topical anesthetic are offered as needed, but are rarely required.
Some Botox patients report benefits in as little as two days. Wrinkles are usually minimized or smoothed away within a week. The effects can last approximately four months, but it varies for each individual.
Your Botox Consultation
You will be asked to discuss your medical history during your consultation so that Dr. Imber can ensure Botox is a safe treatment choice for you. Dr. Imber will also answer any questions you may have about the procedure, and will examine the areas of your face that need treatment.
Words From Dr Imber!
“The main goal of Botox for men is to improve their facial profile. Men seek non-surgical options to improve wrinkles and fine lines, preventing them from looking tired and older.”
– Gerald Imber, M.D.
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How Much Does Botox Cost?
Botox costs vary depending on a variety of criteria. Price is dependent on factors like the number of injections required and the number of wrinkles being treated. All will be discussed during your appointment.
We Offer Concierge Services
We want to make sure you are comfortable every step of the way, from managing your stay in New York City if you are out-of-town to post-surgical care and more.
Our concierge services include but are not limited to:
- Accommodation Coordination with the finest New York City Hotels
- Medical Photography
- Medical Clearance
- Private Duty Nurses and Escorts Post-Surgery
- Transportation Post-Surgery
- Pre- and Post-Operative Care
Conveniently located to serve New York City.
Dr. Gerald Imber, M.D.
Dr. Gerald Imber is a board-certified, world-renowned plastic surgeon and strives to provide his patients the most natural results with the least invasive surgical techniques. He is recognized by US News and World Report and Castle Connolly as among the top 1% of plastic surgeons in the United States, on the staff of the Weill Cornell Medical Center, and directs his private surgical practice in New York City.
Dr. Imber has among the largest experience in facial rejuvenation and the prevention of facial aging. He has pioneered many less invasive surgical procedures that are now considered the gold standard among plastic surgeons, such as microsuction, a modified form of liposuction, to remove early jowls and tighten jawline, the extensive use of rejuvenating fat transfers, and the Limited Incision Facelift Technique, or Short Scar Facelift, a modern, less invasive facelift technique.
Dr. Imber performs a full range of cosmetic procedures, surgical and non-invasive, at his Manhattan office, including body, breast and nasal surgery, as well as facial reconstruction following Mohs micrographic surgery.