Should You Travel for BOTOX® Cosmetic?

Many people travel long distances to have plastic surgery from a particular doctor whom they trust and feel confident with. For similar reasons, many patients from out of town come to our day spa in Destin, FL, for BOTOX Cosmetic treatments from Bill Edelman, our certified physician assistant. Bill has performed more than 15,000 treatments for men and women from across the country.

People who travel a distance for BOTOX often make their decision based on the following:

  • Black Diamond Status

This recognition is awarded to the top 1% of BOTOX providers nationwide. Black Diamond status is given to those practices that demonstrate competence and expertise in facial aesthetics through a high volume of BOTOX and filler procedures. Thousands of people come to Destin Plastic Surgery every year for the outstanding results that Bill provides.

  • Specialization in Injectables

Experience is essential for natural-looking BOTOX results. For example, Bill has chosen to dedicate his practice solely to injectables, which provides him the experience and knowledge necessary for consistently outstanding treatments. He understands how subtle nuances in technique can affect the outcome, and he is skilled at adapting his injection approach to the needs of each client.

  • Physician Training Center

Our practice has been designated by Allergan Corp. as a national physician training center. My partner, Dr. William Burden, is one of the elite physicians asked to instruct up-and-coming physicians on proper BOTOX injection techniques. He is also qualified to lecture on the proper use of BOTOX, JUVÉDERM® and the lash-enhancing serum LATISSE®. Dr. Burden was the first plastic surgeon in the Destin area to use BOTOX to treat wrinkles around the eyes and forehead.

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