4334 E. 53rd Street, Davenport, IA 52807
Dr. Benjamin Van Raalte of Iowa Plastic Surgery, 4334 53rd St., Davenport, Iowa, has earned the level of platinum membership with Allergan Partner Privileges®. In a note from Allergan to Dr. Van Raalte: “Your newly upgraded status is a sign of commitment to your practice and your patients.”
BOTOX® Cosmetic is a simple, non-surgical procedure that can dramatically reduce even your toughest wrinkles within 7 – 12* days of the injections. *Individual results may vary. One ten-minute treatment and a few tiny injections, relaxes the muscles between your brows that cause lines to form – and keeps them relaxed up to four months. BOTOX® is a natural, purified protein that relaxes muscles by blocking nerve impulses. With a few tiny injections, BOTOX® relaxes the muscles that cause skin to crease. Once the muscles are at rest, the skin becomes smoother, creating a more natural and relaxed appearance. In a clinical study with BOTOX®, the majority of people (82.5%) reported an improvement in the lines between their brows after a week, and results can last up to 4 months.* Since the procedure is non-surgical, no recovery time is needed. After a BOTOX® treatment, you can get back to work or other activities right away. Visit www.botox.com for more information.
*Individual results may vary.
We’ll get you in for a BOTOX® treatment anytime – even if you just have a few minutes to spare.*
We’ll do our best to get you in if you have little time (please give us a call to ensure Dr. Van Raalte is in the clinic).
Call now 563-322-8877.
*Must be an appropriate candidate for BOTOX®
Dr. Benjamin Van Raalte is an expert injector. He is a board-certified physician in plastic surgery, with almost 30 years of knowing the anatomy, the artistic skills, the talent, and the thousands of patients injected.
This is from a local “cosmetic” clinic run by a doctor who is not residency-trained in plastic surgery. The injections were done by a nurse.This patient was injected with multiple syringes, not to compliment her deficiencies and without any artistic sense, proper selection of filler, or technique.
The patient is kind enough to share her experience and allow us to use her pictures. She was told by the doctor that “This is normal.” No one there knew what to do to correct it or reverse it, nor did they have the materials (which are supposed to be available for an emergency) on hand.
Unfortunately, the law allows physicians to advertise themselves as plastic surgeons, cosmetic surgeons, or even state they are “board-certified,” even if it is a board in emergency medicine, cardiology, or gynecology. There are multiple “fake” boards that do not require a residency — all they need to do is take a course and pay the dues.
Look for credentials. Board-certified in plastic surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, hospital privileges to do the procedure, member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.