Botox from Dr. Eric O’Neil


A full correction of up to 50 units of Botox. This is a fantastic donation by Dr. Eric O’Neill, winner of Waco’s best of plastic surgery 2011 and 2012.

A long-lasting, non-invasive, and medically proven direction to enhance your natural appearance. Remember how smooth your skin was about 6 years ago? Botox can help you regain that firm, wrinkle free skin.

Dr. O’Neill has been in private practice in Waco since 1993. He is certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and offers cosmetic and reconstructive surgery as well as many non-surgical aesthetic procedures. His motto is, “The goal of any cosmetic procedure is not to make you look like someone else — the goal is to enhance your natural look resulting in a better, more confident you.”

A little history:

Botox was introduced to the world in the late 1980s by ophthalmologists, who began using it to treat optic muscle disorders. It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows in 2002, and its popularity has soared ever since. Botox is consistently one of the top five nonsurgical cosmetic procedures performed each year.

Botox is used to eradicate crow’s feet, frown lines, and furrows in the forehead. It is also approved to treat a variety of medical conditions, including ocular muscle spasms, problems with eye coordination, severe armpit perspiration, migraine headaches, overactive bladder, urinary incontinence related to nerve damage from conditions such as multiple sclerosis and spine injury.

Retail value: ~$350


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