31 East Darrah Lane
Lawrence Township, NJ 08648

Micro tox for Full Face Rejuvenation

What is Microtox?

Microtox is an injectable cosmetic treatment that combines Botox with other dermal fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, or Radiesse, and in conjunction with vitamins & supplements.

How is Microtox intended to be used?

Microtox is for full facial rejuvenation, meaning that it is intended to essentially lift and tighten the skin of the face, while also addressing other facial concerns such as wrinkles and fine lines.

How does Microtox work?


Active Ingredient:

Microtox utilizes Botox, specifically the Botulinum neurotoxin, to relax facial muscles.


Combination with Dermal Fillers:

  • The injectable treatment combines Botox with dermal fillers to enhance facial features and restore contours.
  • Dermal fillers, such as hyaluronic acid or calcium hydroxylapatite, contribute to a smoother skin appearance.

Injection Process:

  • Microtox is administered just below the skin’s surface using a very thin needle.
  • This is in contrast to Botox, which is injected directly into facial muscles.

Precision in Injection Site:

  • The precise site of Microtox injection allows for more natural-looking results compared to traditional Botox.
  • Enables treatment in smaller, more specific areas, providing a targeted approach.

Distinguishing Results

  • Microtox offers results that are different from traditional Botox due to the combination with dermal fillers and the specific injection technique.
  • The overall effect is a more refined appearance with enhanced facial features and contours.

What are the typical treatment areas?

The typical treatment area includes most of the face and is usually done on facial concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, or crows feet.

How is Microtox different from Botox?

Microtox differs from Botox in that it results in a more subtle or natural look since Microtox is essentially Botox but diluted and with dermal fillers. Microtox is cosmetic, so it’s not meant to be used for medical conditions, but Botox can be used for medical conditions such as chronic migraines or TMJ pain.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of Microtox treatments varies depending on individual goals, but multiple maintenance treatments are recommended to be done every few months based on your results and needs.

How long is the typical treatment?

The typical treatment time for Microtox is no more than 30 minutes! This makes it so that the procedure is convenient for people with busy schedules and you could get it done during a lunch break!

Is the recovery time long?

There’s no downtime with Microtox, so you can get the treatment, walk out of our office and get on with your day!

Is a Microtox considered surgery?

No, Microtox is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment!

What are the potential side effects?

Microtox’s potential side effects may include mild redness and swelling, which should resolve in a few days. 

To minimize lasting side effects, follow post-treatment instructions, report unusual side effects promptly, and consult thoroughly before deciding on a Microtox or any other cosmetic procedure.

Is a Microtox treatment painful?

The level of discomfort from this procedure is typically minimal but can vary from person to person. Topical numbing creams are commonly applied. If you have concerns, it’s advisable to discuss them with your healthcare professional to ensure proper pain management.

How do I know whether Microtox is right for me?

If you’re seeking to rejuvenate your face and make natural-looking changes, Microtox may be for you! You can consult a qualified medical professional to see if Microtox is right for you. Our office is available for consultations at 31 East Darrah Lane, Lawrence Township NJ. To schedule an appointment, you can call the following number: 609-587-9944

General Pre-Treatment Instructions

To reduce the chance of any adverse side effects, we recommend doing the following things (unless your physician says otherwise):

  • Notify your provider of any medications, supplements, or topical products you are currently using, as they can offer advice on whether you should temporarily stop using them.
  • Keep treatment area clean of any substances such as lotion or oils
  • Follow the precise pre-treatment guidelines given by your healthcare provider to achieve the best outcomes and reduce the risk of potential complications 

This section should only serve as additional information; it is NOT a substitute for your physician’s instructions