BOTOX

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Botox Treatment

What is Botox?

Botox is a drug made from a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum called botulinum toxin. It is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions and cosmetically remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing muscles.

Benefits of BOTOX

Reduced Wrinkles

 

Reduced Fine Lines

 

Tighter Skin

 

Minimize Crow's Feet

 

More Even Skin Tone

 

No Downtime

 

FAQ on Botox Treatment

What is Botox?

Botox is a cosmetic treatment designed to relax muscles and reduce lines and wrinkles on your face. Some wrinkles and lines are caused by overactive muscles. Botox relaxes these muscles, allowing for fewer unwanted expressions. Scientifically, Botox is one of the Botulinum type A injections. FDA approved, Botox is also the most common cosmetic procedure worldwide.

Is Botox right for me?

If you are on the attack against wrinkles, whether treating existing lines or preventing new ones, Botox is a secret weapon. The injectable is primarily used to treat frown lines, forehead creases, and crow’s feet, but is also used in other areas, including lips, lower face, neck, and even downturned smiles.

How much does Botox cost?

The cost of Botox will depend on the treatment area and how much of the injection is required. Doctors either charge per unit of Botox or by treatment area. Most doctors charge between $20 and $30 per unit. Treatment for your forehead will likely require between 20 and 30 units. Botox to treat crow’s feet might only require 10 units.

If Botox is too inexpensive, it might be a sign that the original product has been diluted. Clinics that offer Botox at $10 to $15 per unit might be diluting it and giving a less effective and possibly dangerous dosage. If the Botox price quoted to you seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Your cost will also depend on the experience level of your Botox provider. A plastic surgeon’s practice may charge more than a general practitioner.

How do I choose a Botox provider?

Finding an experienced Botox provider to administer your injection will help ensure the best result. The procedure may not seem as complex as major surgery, but it still requires knowledge, skill, and precision.

Botox takes skill and technique to get really good results. It is best to go with high-quality provider with several solid reviews over a less expensive person who may be just learning or has poor technique. Visiting a board-certified surgeon or a highly qualified dermatologist could lead to better results.

You have only one face and Botox effects, the good ones and the complications, can last for four months so it’s better get the qualified injector.

What results can I expect from Botox?

The procedure should reduce the wrinkles and lines in your face, giving you a more youthful look. Although Botox produces results, it isn’t the fountain of youth. The results last roughly three to four months before wearing off. At that point, you need another round of injections to maintain the results. Sometimes, individuals see results lasting longer, but this is usually due to the fact that muscles have been trained to frown and the Botox puts them at rest.

Many people see results within four to five days, but it could take up to two weeks for full results to show. Deep wrinkles should show improvement shortly after treatment and could continue to gradually improve over time.

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