Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Jason Bloom performs all of his own neuromodulator injections and has been nationally recognized and praised for his natural and consistent results. There are many different neurmodulator products on the market and they are all unique forms of injectable botulinum toxins that are used to improve the appearance of wrinkles caused by facial muscle contraction. There are subtle differences between each of these products, however they all have a similar wrinkle-relaxing effect after about two to seven days. The most commonly treated areas are the vertical lines between the eyebrows (called the glabella), horizontal furrows across the forehead, and the fine lines around the outer corners of the eyelids (called crow’s feet). Dr. Bloom’s expertise and knowledge of the facial anatomy makes him an expert in treating other, more challenging areas of the lower face and neck, like the masseters, which help to slim or narrow the lower part of a patient’s face. Dr. Bloom can also use neuromodulators to reduce the look of a “gummy smile.” Dr. Bloom’s goal during patient treatment with neuromodulators is to provide just enough product to enhance a patient’s beauty and not overwhelm them or “freeze” them with treatment.
Dr. Bloom has mastered advanced techniques that allow him to use these neuromodulator products to address additional aesthetic concerns, including a droopy nasal tip, downturned corners of the mouth and vertical bands on the neck. Botox is also an effective solution for excessive sweating in armpits, on the palms and soles of the feet, as well as the scalp and other areas of the body where perspiration is a persistent problem.
Main Line facial plastic surgeon Dr. Jason Bloom is widely considered an expert injector, and is an instructor, educator, trainer and speaker for almost all of the major brands of FDA approved botulinum toxins. He travels around the country and the world to train other doctors and practitioners, sharing his unique injection techniques for these neuromodulator products.