Sparrow MD Clinic has carved a niche as a premier destination in Vancouver offering botox treatment including brands like Botox®, Dysport® and Xeomin®. Combining the latest technology with a seasoned team of professionals, we offer a wide range of services to treat wrinkles and lines such as frown lines, crow's feet, and forehead lines.

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 At the heart of our practice, we are passionate about creating results that enhance our clients’ natural beauty. Our clinic in Vancouver is visited by patients from all over the lower mainland, Interior BC, and the United States. Our approach to ensures that our patients maintain their natural facial expressions while achieving a refreshed and youthful result.

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Looking for the best clinic for botox in Vancouver can lead you to find treatments in many types of settings. At Sparrow MD, our team of medical professionals are committed to delivering safe, evidence-based, and natural results.

We take care of our clients with a tailored approach with a combination of treatments, including injectables like botox, to help you achieve your individual goals for prevention and aesthetic enhancements.


We understand that any treatment to your face requires trust. For this very reason, our highly trained and College of Physicians-certified Medical Doctors directly administer all neuromodulator treatments for our patients from Vancouver and the lower mainland.


  • Length of Treatment:
    • 30 minutes
  • Recovery Time:
    • None
  • Onset of Action:
    • 3-7 days
  • Cost of Botox® or Neuromodulator:
    • Varies depending on client facial features and goals
  • Results:
    • 3-4 months generally for maintenance of best results


  • Length of Treatment:
    • 30 minutes
  • Recovery Time:
    • None
  • Onset of Action:
    • 3-7 days
  • Cost of Botox® or neuromodulator:
    • Varies depending on client facial features and goals
  • Results:
    • 3-4 months generally for maintenance of best results


Botox® is an injectable treatment derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It is a safe and effective treatment for those pesky wrinkles that sneak up on us over time. It's been approved by Health Canada and FDA for over 20 years to be safely injected into specific muscles in your face. In the hands of our expert doctors at our Vancouver clinic, botox can help relax the muscles that cause lines and wrinkles. This can help give your skin a smoother and refreshed look. It can also be used for chronic migraines, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), certain eye disorders, and temporomandibular joint pain (TMJ).

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Botox molecule sparrow md vancouver


Botox® has been extensively studied and has been used for cosmetic and medical treatments for several decades, dating back more than 30 years. Neuromodulators like Botox® are safe since they use highly purified proteins in extremely small, controlled doses to relax the muscles that cause wrinkles temporarily. When administered by a trained professional, these injections specifically targets certain muscles. The expert doctors at our Vancouver clinic uses precise injection techniques during your botox treatment for the most optimal outcome. We employ best-practice techniques to ensure procedural safety and natural movement.


As we get older, we become more exaggerated versions of ourselves with facial wrinkles etched into our skin, generating frown lines and crow’s feet as well as other expression lines. Botox® is a purified protein that temporarily disrupts these nerve impulses to specific muscles, leading to a degree of muscle relaxation and softening of wrinkles. This helps improve dynamic wrinkles and promote anti-aging effects.

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Contrary to misconceptions, Botox® treatments do not lead to a "frozen face." By selecting an expert medical doctor with extensive experience, you can greatly reduce the likelihood of experiencing a frozen appearance after Botox®. Our clinic in Vancouver is home to skilled doctors who have perfected the technique of achieving natural-looking results with botox treatments. Rest assured, you will appear refreshed and rejuvenated following such expert care.

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Botox® allow you to maintain the ability to make all facial expressions. The entire appointment typically lasts about 15 minutes, and you can promptly resume most regular activities. Your injector may recommend waiting 4 hours before engaging in activities such as working out and other strenuous activities after the treatment.


At our clinic in Vancouver, our doctors use very fine needles for botox treatments to maximize comfort. It feels more like a quick pinch or a bug bite. Some areas of the face can be more sensitive than others. But the procedure is relatively fast, often taking less than 15 minutes. Before the injection, ice or a topical numbing cream can be applied to increase comfort. Most patients at our Vancouver clinic find our botox treatments a very comfortable experience.


The number of Botox® units you need depends on several things, like the area you want to be treated, how strong your muscles are in that area, and the result you're looking for. Generally, men will require more units to relax the face as they tend to have stronger facial muscles. We encourage you to come in for a full assessment of your face. in order to achieve a more accurate estimate based on your individual needs. Our doctors in Vancouver believe that it's always better to start with a conservative botox dose and add more if needed.  


These results generally last for about 3 to 6 months. After that time, the muscles gradually return to their normal function, and the wrinkles may reappear but are generally softer than before. We recommend regular maintenance treatments with appropriate dosing. This helps our patients look both youthful and natural. Most of our patients at our Vancouver clinic return for their botox appointment every 3 to 4 months for the best cosmetic results.

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The duration of Botox® treatment results varies depending on individual factors like muscle strength, metabolic rate, and the severity of wrinkles. You will see that the longevity of results will improve with regular maintenance treatments. If you are getting treatment for the first time, your muscles will 'learn' to relax. If you are receiving botox treatments consistently over time at our Vancouver clinic, you may find that their results start to last longer. This happens as the muscles remain in a more relaxed state.

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Depending on the injection site, you can typically see results within 2 to 3 days. For some of our patients, the full effect may take up to 10 to 14 days to be visible. At our clinic in Vancouver, our doctors may offer a follow up appointment after your botox appointment for the best result.


The most common age for starting botox in Vancouver is typically in the early to mid-30s at our clinic. However, it can vary based on individual needs and goals. Some people might start in their mid-20s, especially if strong lines or wrinkles start to appear. This is often called "preventative botox" because the idea is to prevent deeper lines and wrinkles from forming. If you are unsure, we encourage you to come in for a consultation, as it really depends on your personal concerns and aesthetic goals.


Depending on the injection site, you can typically see results within 2 to 3 days. For some of our patients, the full effect may take up to 10 to 14 days to be visible. At our clinic in Vancouver, our doctors may offer a follow up appointment after your botox treatment for the best result.

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what to expect after botox after care sparrow md graphic


Botox and dermal fillers are both popular injectable treatments Vancouver to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Botox® is a neuromodulator that relaxes the muscles under your skin and helps primarily with facial expression lines that convey emotion. Dermal fillers work by replenishing facial volume, and strategically lifting saggy skin. For our patients, our doctors generally recommend a comprehensive treatment plan that includes both botox and dermal filler treatments to deliver the most natural results.

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best botox vancouver clinic sparrow md


We understand that any treatment to your face requires trust. We also know that, for some people, needles and neuromodulators such as Botox® can seem a bit intimidating.

Looking for the best clinic for botox treatment in Vancouver can lead you to find treatments in many types of settings. Sparrow MD knows you have options. We are honored to be your choice, and we are committed to delivering safe, evidence-based, and natural results.

For this very reason, unlike the other options out there, our trained and College of Physicians-certified Medical Doctors directly administer all neuromodulator treatment in our clinic. 

Our doctors will address all your questions and concerns and guide you every step of the way. In becoming a growing Sparrow MD family member, we are excited to help you achieve beautiful, natural-looking results. Our goal, every day, is to assist you in looking like how you feel - to promote positive ageing. 

To learn about the best treatment options for you, book a complimentary consultation today.

There is no preparation needed for neuromodulator injections; however, we recommend you schedule a complimentary consultation from our Medical Doctors. This is to evaluate if neuromodulators or another treatment is the best option to achieve your desired goals. 

All treatments begin with a consultation where our medical doctors who specialize in medical aesthetics will address your concerns. During this consult, a customized treatment plan will be tailored to your needs. This process involves taking your medical history, including understanding any past aesthetics procedures you may have had, along with your satisfaction with these past treatments. Next, your concerns are explored, and any solutions provided by neuromodulators are outlined in detail.

Our injectors will carefully inject neuromodulators at specific anatomical points in your face with a tiny needle during the treatment itself. Most people feel at most a quick pinch from the injection. If requested, the doctor can apply a local anesthetic to minimize any discomfort. When this option is used, the pinch is nearly indistinguishable from the gentle pressure of a light touch. In most cases, cosmetic neuromodulator treatments can easily be completed in under thirty minutes.

Neuromodulators have very minimal to no downtime. At most, one can expect some localized swelling and/or redness for a few hours following. Otherwise, this procedure requires no recovery time.

Immediately following a neuromodulator treatment, you may return to nearly all normal activities with no issues. You may have some slight redness or swelling at the injection site, but this usually resolves spontaneously within a few hours.

You will begin to see results from Botox® within a few days (3-5 on average), with most of the results appearing within a week. It is important to note that the results are a very natural-looking expression rather than the common misunderstanding of a “frozen” face. You will notice a change. Most people describe this charge as appearing well-rested, refreshed, or softened. 

Botox® and other neuromodulators like Xeomin®, Dysport® or Nuceiva® are all injectable neuromodulators approved for minimizing fine lines and wrinkles. Probably the biggest myth around this topic is that the other brands are simply a cheap and generic version of Botox™.

All Health Canada-approved neuromodulators are effective in eliminating lines and wrinkles that occur due to repetitious muscle contractions involved in everyday facial movements. They work by the same mechanism of relaxing facial muscles. They differ by the formulation of the active ingredient. For example, Xeomin® contains only a single active protein ingredient, whereas the formulation of Botox® includes various protective proteins clustered around this same active molecule. 

Though similar, different neuromodulators will have different personalities when it comes to results after injection. Our expert injectors will analyze your current facial anatomy, medical history, and desired results to determine the best course of treatment given your concerns. We will choose the right treatment options with you based on your experience and patient journey. 

The cost of a neuromodulator treatment varies with each person based on the area treated, their current anatomy, and their desired results. These factors determine how many injections and what doses of neuromodulator are necessary or whether other treatments or procedures should be performed as part of the overall treatment plan. During your consultation, the cost, as well as payment options, are thoroughly reviewed. We accept cash, credit cards and debt payments.

This is variable and completely up to the patient. In our experience, the age that one should start using Botox® depends more on your anatomy, genetics, and environmental exposure than it is about age. In the era after the discovery of Botox®, age is truly just a number. Some clients start in their early 20’s and they already have wrinkles and lines whereas some start in their 40’s and don’t have as many lines.

Botox® can be used preventatively to prevent wrinkles from forming in the first place or to soften lines and wrinkles once they develop. It has been well studied and proven to be safe long-term for over twenty years. So the ideal age to start Botox® is truly a very personal decision.

Everyone is different, so the answer varies from patient to patient. In general, the results can be seen within three to seven days, and they last for three to six months with no downtime and minimal discomfort. Most of our patients enjoy results from maintenance treatments every three months, whereas some will wait a little longer between treatments.

Yes and no. A cosmetically elegant result will leave you looking refreshed, more cheerful and perhaps younger. We are careful to preserve natural movements so that patients continue to look themselves and completely natural.

Often there are signs that someone recently had wrinkle relaxing treatments, such as a smooth and glowing forehead or reduced crow’s feet. These effects can be tailored depending on your personal preference. It is also important to keep in mind that as long as you are happy with the results, it shouldn’t matter if your friends, family, or strangers can tell the difference. As we say to our family and friends at Sparrow MD, share the love!

Absolutely. Botox® and other neuromodulators, like Xeomin®, Dysport® or Nuceiva®, are highly purified proteins that work to reduce muscle contractions that cause frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet.

Without the injection, these same muscles contract hundreds of times a day and eventually etch deeper lines and wrinkles in the skin. When Botox® is injected, it relaxes the muscles underneath the skin, slows down the excess facial expression, allowing the lines and wrinkles to diminish over time. It can prevent the frown lines from forming between the eyebrows, lift corners of the mouth which often go downwards with age, smooth out the “pincushion” appearance in the chin, soften barcode lines around the lips, and soften vertical neck bands. 

Optimized neuromodulator treatments should keep you looking refreshed and natural. Our treatment plan is designed to soften lines from excessive facial expressions such as frowning, squinting and raising eyebrows. It does not affect the nerves of sensation or make you feel or look "frozen."

Treatments at Sparrow MD are performed by experienced medical professionals that understand anatomy and can assess the strength of your muscles to decide how much Botox™ or neuromodulator treatment you actually need. Please book a consultation today with one of our medical doctors to further discuss your questions and needs. 



Botox is made from a neurotoxin called botulinum toxin, produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

Botox can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and crow's feet. It can also treat medical conditions such as chronic migraines, excessive sweating, muscle spasms, and TMJ disorders.

There is no scientific evidence to suggest that Botox causes cancer. It is considered safe when administered by a qualified professional.

The number of Botox units required depends on the treatment area and individual needs. Common areas and their average units are as follows: forehead: 10-20 units, crow's feet: 6-15 units per side, frown lines: 20-30 units.

One unit of Botox is a measure of potency and not volume. It is a standard amount used to achieve the desired muscle-relaxing effect.

Botox can effectively reduce the appearance of wrinkles by temporarily relaxing the underlying muscles, leading to smoother skin.

Yes, Botox can be used to lift the eyebrows by relaxing the muscles that pull them downward, creating a more open and youthful appearance.

Botox can help alleviate TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders by relaxing the jaw muscles, reducing pain and tension.

Botox can be used to treat mild cases of hooded eyelids by lifting the brow area, which can reduce the appearance of hooded eyelids.

The cost of Botox varies based on location, provider, and treatment area. On average, it ranges from $10 to $20 per unit, with typical treatments costing between $200 and $800.

Botox can be injected in various areas, including the forehead, crow's feet, frown lines, jaw muscles, neck, and underarms (for excessive sweating).

Botox can help reduce the appearance of jowls by relaxing the muscles that contribute to sagging skin along the jawline.

Barbie Botox is a term used for a high dosage of Botox injections aimed at achieving a more slender and elegant silhouette around your shoulders.

Botox is considered safe when administered by a qualified and skilled medical professional. Common side effects are mild and temporary, including bruising, swelling, and headaches.

Yes, Botox can help treat teeth grinding (bruxism) by relaxing the jaw muscles, reducing the intensity of muscle contractions and alleviating symptoms.

Botox should be administered by a qualified healthcare professional, such as a licensed medical doctor trained in cosmetic injections.

The effects of Botox typically last between 3 to 6 months, after which the treatment can be repeated to maintain results.

No, Botox treatments are not exclusive to women. Many men also incorporate BOTOX® Cosmetic into their skincare routine. In the 3 years prior to 2024, men have received over one million botulinum toxin treatments. Most men seek Botox to address concerns about their appearance, with 80% prioritizing crow's feet, 74% targeting forehead lines, and 60% focusing on frown lines.

No, age is not the primary factor for starting Botox treatments; the severity of your lines is. Factors such as cellular changes, collagen reduction, genetics, and environmental damage influence when lines appear.

Botox treatment requires minimal downtime, allowing you to resume your daily activities immediately after leaving your appointment.

The number of injections varies based on your treatment goals and needs. Our doctors will customize the treatment for areas such as moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead lines. Typically, for crow’s feet, you will receive 3 injections per side. For frown lines, 5 injections are administered between the brows and forehead. For forehead lines, 5 injections are given in the forehead muscle.

In clinical studies, less than 2% of patients experienced eyelid drooping in frown lines studies, less than 1% experienced eyelid swelling in crow's feet studies, and 1% experienced brow drooping in forehead lines studies.

The three most common areas for Botox treatments in the upper face are 1. the Glabella (between the eyebrows) 2. Crow’s Feet (around the eyes) 3. Forehead.

Botox can be injected in various areas, including the forehead, crow's feet, frown lines, jaw muscles, neck, and underarms (for excessive sweating).

Botox can help reduce the appearance of jowls by relaxing the muscles that contribute to sagging skin along the jawline.

Botox should be administered by a qualified healthcare professional, such as a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or licensed medical practitioner trained in cosmetic injections.

The effects of Botox typically last between 3 to 6 months, after which the treatment can be repeated to maintain results.

There are four related injectables that use botulinum neurotoxin to reduce wrinkles and signs of aging are Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®, and Nuceiva® or Jeuveau®.

Visible signs someone has had Botox may include an unusually smooth forehead, softened movement in facial expressions, and a lessened appearance of wrinkles around the eyes and forehead.

Botox is most commonly used by women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s. While there are few age limitations, these age groups tend to seek Botox treatments more frequently.

Botox works by blocking neurotransmitters from engaging with your muscles. Over time, the neurotoxin is broken down into harmless particles called amino acids. These are either excreted by the kidneys as waste or reused in other proteins.

Botox injections are generally safe, but you should avoid them if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have neuromuscular disease.

Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®, and Nuceiva® or Jeuveau® all have different properties and can work differently depending on your metabolism. Higher doses typically result in longer-lasting effects.

After receiving Botox, you should avoid facials or head massages for 24 hours, refrain from rubbing the treated area, avoid lying down for at least 1 hour, stay out of saunas, hot tubs, and tanning booths for at least 4 hours.

Most Botox results last an average of three to four months. While some patients are satisfied with treatments every six months, others who prefer minimal movement in the treated areas opt for treatments every four months. Yearly treatments may not maintain the desired effect for most individuals.

Activity level and dosage of botox affect the speed at which botox wears off. Frequent gym-goers may notice their Botox wearing off quicker than less active individuals. Higher doses of botox generally result in longer-lasting effects.

After using Botox for ten years, your skin will likely appear smoother and brighter with fewer wrinkles. Even if you stop using Botox, the reduction in wrinkles will persist, allowing you to continue aging gracefully

Medically, Botox does not make you look older once it wears off. However, the contrast between the smooth, youthful appearance during Botox use and the reappearance of wrinkles after it wears off may be noticeable.

Continuous Botox use can help prevent wrinkles, but stopping treatment will not cause adverse effects. If you miss a touch-up or decide to discontinue Botox, your face will simply return to its natural state without additional issues.

Botox relaxes muscles to prevent dynamic wrinkles caused by facial expressions, typically used in the upper face. Dermal fillers replenish volume and soften static wrinkles and lines.

Our doctors are very conservative with forehead botox to preserve the lifting function of the frontalis muscle over time in order to maintain your youthfully arched brow shape.

It is generally recommended to avoid sleeping on your side for at least FOUR hours after receiving Botox injections. This helps prevent the Botox from spreading to unintended areas of the face, reducing the risk of unwanted side effects.

Botox can relax muscles to prevent wrinkles. It can reduce the appearance dynamic lines, leading to a smoother appearance. However, improper injections may temporarily affect facial movements. Finding the a skilled injector is paramount.

Daxxify is a longer-lasting alternative to traditional Botox. It is not yet Health Canada approved. While Botox injections typically last up to four months, Daxxify can last 6 to 9 months. This may make it an attractive option for those who prefer less frequent treatments. We are still waiting for its availability in Canada.

Rubbing your face after Botox injections can cause it to spread to unintended areas, potentially altering the results. It is recommended to avoid touching your face for at least one day posttreatment to ensure the injectable targets the intended muscles.

Avoid using active skincare products such as Retinol, Vitamin C, Alpha or Beta-Hydroxy Acids for at least three days post-treatment. Additionally, avoid sunbathing, direct sunlight, tanning beds, and swimming for 24 hours after your Botox treatment.

Botox can start to weaken the muscle and reduce movement within two to four days after the injection. Maximum results are typically seen 10 to 14 days post-treatment and can last up to three months.

The number of units needed for the forehead varies per individual but typically ranges from 10 to 20 units. Our doctors can customize the exact amount based on your specific needs.

Headaches are a potential side effect of Botox, though they are usually mild and temporary. If you experience severe or persistent headaches, contact your healthcare provider.

Botox cannot be reversed once injected. The effects are temporary and will gradually wear off over 3 to 6 months.

Both Botox and Dysport are botulinum toxin type A injectables used to reduce wrinkles. The main differences are that Dysport may show results slightly faster than Botox and may spread more easily, which can be advantageous for larger areas

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