Who should choose BOTOX® Cosmetic Treatments?
People between 18 and 65 who want to look their best by smoothing deep, persistent lines and wrinkles in the face and forehead.
- Women and men who want to eliminate frown lines or brow lines and furrows.
- Women and men who are not yet ready for face lifts or other cosmetic and plastic surgeries to improve their appearance.
- Women and men who want a simple and fast procedure to eliminate wrinkles with little downtime and recovery.
Why choose BOTOX® Cosmetic Treatments?
- BOTOX® Cosmetic Treatment can last for months and can have a cumulative effect resulting in fewer treatments over time.
- BOTOX® Cosmetic Treatment is a safe, temporary alternative to cosmetic surgery for the reduction of frown lines or deep lines and wrinkles in the upper face.
- BOTOX® Cosmetic is an affordable option for reducing lines and wrinkles making it available to almost anyone.
- Most patients return directly to work or to normal activity.
The cosmetic form of botulinum toxin, often referred to by its product name Botox®, is a popular non-surgical injection that temporarily reduces or eliminates frown lines, forehead creases, crows feet near the eyes and thick bands in the neck. The toxin blocks the nerve impulses, temporarily paralyzing the muscles that cause wrinkles while giving the skin a smoother, more refreshed appearance. Studies have also suggested that Botox is effective in relieving migraine headaches, excessive sweating and muscle spasms in the neck and eyes.
Improved, more rested appearance, with decreased wrinkling in the treated areas.
Botox injections are performed in the office. Anesthesia is not typically required.
Recuperation and Healing:
The effect on the Botox treated areas is usually noticeable between two to five days. Discomfort and/or bruising from the injections is usually minor, and of short duration.
Possible Risks and Complications:
The specific risks and the suitability of this procedure for a given individual can be determined only at the time of consultation. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Minor complications that do not affect the outcome occur occasionally. Major complications are rare.View Brochure