What Is Jeuveau?

JEUVEAU is FDA approved for the correction of glabella frown lines, just like Botox. The injectable formulation contains a proprietary 900 Kilo Dalton purified Botulinum toxin Type A that is a highly effective neuromodulator and virtually the same molecule as Botox itself. neuromodulator aka neurotoxin aka “Botox” FDA approved injectable aesthetic treatment for the temporary improvement in the appearance of mild to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabella) in adult patients.

How Does Jeuveau Work?

Being a botulinum toxin, JEUVEAU works in the same manner as Botox. When injected into the muscle, it adheres to the nerve receptors in the target area.

Do Jeuveau Injections Hurt?

patients who are having injectables of any kind have the option to have a topical numbing cream applied for fifteen or twenty minutes before the injection to numb the skin and render the treatment comfortable.

Is Jeuveau Like Xeomin? “Jeuveau Vs Xeomin”

Jeauveau is very similar to Xeomin (which is a proprietary type of neuromodulator).

Is Jeuveau Like Botox? “Jeuveau Vs Botox”

Jeuveau is very similar to Botox (which is a proprietary type of neuromodulator). They both are derived from the same bacteria and work similarly to improve the appearance of lines and creases on the face.

Why Should I Choose Jeuveau Over Botox?

Choosing one brand of neuromodulator over another is often a personal decision based on the patient’s goals and administering clinician’s experience and preference.

Can I Have Jeuveau If I Have Previously Had Botox?

All neuromodulators rely on similar neurotoxins to reduce the appearance of frown lines and other wrinkles. However, studies have confirmed that JEUVEAU is most similar to Botox.

Are There Any Side Effects With Jeuveau Versus Botox?

Side effects are present with any neuromodulator injection, though the occurrence of such signs and symptoms is exceedingly rare.

What Are The Risks To Jeuveau Injections?

The risks include the side effect profile above, but there is always a chance of dissatisfaction of the cosmetic treatment.

Can I Return To Daily Activity Immediately After Treatment?

One of the advantages of injectable treatments is that they allow you to go about your daily routine as normal.

How Much Does Jeuveau Cost?

The cost of the treatment is very similar to Botox, Dysport or Xeomin and heavily dependent on the number of areas you need or want treated.

Schedule A Consultation

If you would like to learn more about Jeuveau, contact the office today at 203-453-6635 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Price. Our practice serves Guilford, New Haven and surrounding areas in Connecticut.




We are beginning to plan for reopening of the office! We have begun to plan for a tentative reopening date of May 18th! We will be scheduling appointments beginning today, 4/27/2020, for in-office visits for that date and onward. Just leave a message for Kathleen at the office number, (203) 453-6635, and she will return your call to schedule!


Telemedicine available…
For several weeks now, we have been using a “virtual office visit “alternative which will remain available. This enables anyone with a cell phone to share a video of themselves as needed with Dr. Price and allows him to perform a consultation without you ever leaving home! These consultations are scheduled just like office visits and can be made simply by leaving a message on the office system for Kathleen…. (no new apps or changes to your phone needed!)


While you were gone…
Dr. Price has been quite busy as president of the Physicians Foundation as that organization tries to help doctors cope with the crisis. In addition, he is participating in daily remote teaching conferences organized by the Yale Plastic Surgery program. These conferences originate at Yale and other academic centers around the country and are viewed by surgeons around the world. Dr. Price is a member of the Northeast seven-state task force developing guidelines for the reopening of Plastic Surgical Ambulatory Surgery Centers as the stay at home orders and ban on elective surgery are lifted. We are hoping that elective surgery might resume as early as late May. This date is not certain yet, but we will keep you advised here.


Please stay safe and well! We are looking forward to seeing you as it becomes safe enough for you to see us!



We have been asked to curtail any elective, non-urgent procedures or appointments for the following reasons.

1. To protect our patients.

2. To protect our staff.

3. To protect our community.

4. To avoid using precious supplies that might be needed to save the lives of others.

5. It’s the law!!!


Our entire staff is thinking of you during this difficult time. We appreciate your understanding and patience. We will resume in-person visits when reasonable and safe.


Stay tuned here for news and updates!!