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Frequent Filler Miles, Juvederm and Botox in NYC

Posted November 18, 2010 in Botox, Facial Fillers

First it was frequent flier miles, then hotel chains. We even get to use almost any airline with Amex rewards. I drew the line there. It seems everywhere you turn you can get frequent user points: Starbucks, the local car wash, even nail salons. I choose not to save these cards. But now it’s right here in my office. Brilliant Distinctions is for patients who get repeat treatments with Botox and/or Juvederm. You can accumulate points on their website so that rewards can be accumulated towards money off (from Allergan) on Botox, Juvederm or even donate your points to charity.

To me, this is a no-brainer. As we know, Botox lasts an average of 3 to 4 months and Juvederm from 6 months to a year. To maintain the same level of rejuvenation you then need to return a few times a year to stay looking fresh and young. So, why not sign up?

A few years ago my Botox rep suggested that we have patients come in automatically at around 3 ½ to 4 months as their Botox is wearing off for repeat treatments. At first I thought it was a ploy to sell more Botox. However, by keeping muscles at rest and not allowing them to fully recover they undergo atrophy. That means the facial muscles get thinner from disuse.  This will enhance the smoothing action and after a few years may reduce Botox requirement for steady patients. So, when my receptionist offers to schedule your next Botox appointment right after you just had one, it’s to help maintain your wrinkle-less face.

In summary, Botox and fillers help rejuvenate your face. Timely visits will maintain a youthful look and now can even be redeemed for discounts on future treatment.

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