Botox OKC


Renew Wellness & Aesthetics is the top destination for Botox OKC for both women and men. Home of The Natural Oklahoma Look™, at Renew, it is our goal to enhance your natural beauty and help you achieve a natural look with botox. The key to safe, effective and natural looking botox is choosing an experienced, reputable and highly trained botox provider in OKC. Receive your botox injections by a board certified doctor or certified nurse injector with extensive knowledge of the facial anatomy critical to achieving the results you desire. Learn more about Dr. Julie Shelly and Nurse Jessie Hammock.


Choosing Your Botox OKC Provider

We recognize that you have choices when it comes to getting Botox in Oklahoma City, Nichols Hills, Edmond, Norman and surrounding Oklahoma City metro areas. Here, you’ll find all the botox information and resources you need to make an informed decision for your botox OKC treatments. Also, you’ll find the most frequently asked Botox questions from our Oklahoma City Botox patients regarding injectables and Botox treatments! Plus, see first hand the results of botox injections and Renew patients on our Instagram.



Dynamic wrinkles are creases formed by the movement of muscles of facial expression. The more emotion you show, the deeper these wrinkles and lines are likely to be. While you may have earned every one of your worry lines, you don’t have to show them anymore. Now, thanks to Botox, you can remove unwanted wrinkles such as worry lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet on your face, all without the need for painful surgery or a prolonged recovery period.

what areas can botox be injected?

Renew commonly treats Oklahoma City patients, both men and women, with Botox on the face and body.  Learn more about Botox common treatments performed at Renew Wellness & Aesthetics – home of The Natural Oklahoma Look.




frown lines

smile lift

naso-labial folds

Square jaw

jaw line

neck lines

crows feet

lower eyelid wrinkles

bunny lines

gummy smile

Tear troughs


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Common Questions about Botox Cosmetic

Botox is a purified protein produced by the clostridium botulinum bacteria. Although Botox is a toxin, there are no systemic side effects. This is because, for the treatment described, it is used in extremely small amounts and does not spread throughout the body.
Cosmetic Denervation with Botox® cannot improve wrinkles due primarily to aging and sun-damaged skin since they are unrelated to facial movement. Botox will not improve sagging skin, nor will it replace the need for a facelift, brow lift, or blepharoplasty. Botox is most useful for treating frown lines, worry lines, and crow’s feet. This technique should not be used for treating facial expression lines in the lower face such as smile lines and lip creases. These areas are best treated with filler.
Botox has been safely and effectively used for wrinkle therapy since 1992. In the amounts used for cosmetic applications, the only possible complications are temporary and localized to the area of injection.

If deep expression lines make you look older than you feel, Cosmetic Denervation with Botox® can smooth these out and give you a more youthful and pleasant appearance. Initially, the results of Botox® treatment last an average of 3-4 months. With repeated treatments, we find that many patients are able to go longer and longer between treatment sessions to maintain the effect. This seems to be due to a gradual weakening of the overactive muscles, resulting in a more balanced facial tone.

Expression lines, or dynamic wrinkles, are creases in the skin caused by contractions of the underlying facial muscles every time you smile, laugh, or frown. Prominent expression lines in the upper one-third of the face often connote such negative emotions as anger, fear, and anxiety. The more emotion you show, the deeper these lines and creases are likely to be.

This technique involves injecting a very small amount of Botox through a tiny needle precisely into the overactive facial muscles responsible for expression lines. Because the needle is very fine and only a small amount of liquid is injected, the discomfort associated with treatment is minimal. Many patients compare this sensation to a mosquito bite. No sedation or local anesthetic is required. Patients can resume normal activities immediately following treatment.

The most common side effect of treatment is a small bruise at any or all of the injection sites. The degree of bruising varies from individual to individual, but is rarely of any significance. Any bruising is easily covered with makeup until it resolves, usually in a few days. Patients occasionally complain of a mild headache lasting for several hours after treatment. Uncommonly, the Botox® can migrate to nearby muscles. In these cases, there can be a temporary drooping of an eyelid or mild asymmetry of facial expression. The risk of this depends upon the areas being treated. Because the effects of Botox® are completely reversible, any side effects are temporary. Allergic reactions are rare. Contact one of our specialists today.

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