Botox Fresno Experts

559 432 DIET


Hours of Operation
  • Tuesday
    8:30am-2:00pm
  • Wednesday
    8:30am-2:00pm
  • Thursday
    12:00pm-6:00pm
  • Friday
    8:30am-2:00pm
  • Saturday
    8:30-1:00pm
  • Sun and Mon
    Closed

  • Our Location
  • 5464 N. Palm Ave Ste A
    Fresno, CA 93704
  • Palm and Barstow
  • 559-432-DIET(3438)
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    Best Botox in Fresno
    Look Younger - Feel More Confident

    Experience the most current and advanced Botox techniques by Certified Nurse Practitioner Michelle K. Gash, FNP-BC by the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine.

    Featuring injections for:

    • Frown lines (Glabellar Complex)
    • Forehead lines (Frontalis)
    • Crow's Feet (Lateral Canthi)
    • Vertical lip lines (Vermillion plumping)
    • Downward corner lines (DAOs)
    • Chin Dimpling (Mentalis)


    Frequently Asked Questions


    How does Botox work?

    BOTOX® Cosmetic targets one of the underlying causes of frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines — the repeated muscle contractions from frowning, squinting, smiling and raising the eyebrows over the years. Your specialist will inject these muscles with BOTOX® Cosmetic to temporarily reduce muscle activity. You will begin to notice a visible smoothing of the frown lines between your brows, your crow’s feet lines and your forehead lines.

    How soon will I see results?

    You may begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours, with results lasting up to 4 months for moderate to severe frown lines.

    Will my face look overdone or unnatural?

    BOTOX® Cosmetic is a technique-sensitive treatment. You can trust BOTOX® Cosmetic to deliver subtle results when you are treated by someone who is licensed, trained, and a medical expert in facial anatomy. So you’ll look like yourself—only with less noticeable lines. No one should be able to tell you’ve had anything done.

    What should I expect? Does it hurt?

    Some patients report that being injected with BOTOX® Cosmetic feels like a pinch. Your specialist may use ice to numb the treatment area. If you are concerned about discomfort, your specialist can instead apply a topical numbing cream before administering your treatment.