Reducing the existing wrinkles. 

Botox is used to reduce wrinkles on upper face; forehead, glabella, and crow’s feet.  It last 3months, and FDA-cleared.

11 million women and men have experienced real, noticeable results. There is no surgery and no recovery time. There are many reasons why Botox has been chosen by millions of women and their doctors. You may look tired or unapproachable because of the moderate to severe glabellar lines between your brows. You also may have other reasons for being curious about Botox. Ask your doctor about Botox to find out if it is right for you. Botox is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate-to-severe frown lines between the brows in people 18 to 65 years of age for a short period of time (temporary). Botox is administered by a healthcare professional as a simple, nonsurgical treatment that is injected directly into the muscles between the brows. It works by blocking nerve impulses to the injected muscles. This reduces muscle activity that causes moderate to severe lines to form between the brows.



Will I look overdone?

Botox is a technique-sensitive treatment. You should not lose the ability to show expression when you are treated by someone who is licensed, trained, and a medical expert in facial anatomy. It is important to talk to your provider about the results you want from treatment.

Does the treatment hurt?

Some patients report that being injected with Botox feels like a pinch. Your provider may use ice to numb the treatment area. If you are concerned about discomfort, your provider may apply a topical numbing cream before administering your treatment.

What is a procedure like?

Botox targets one of the underlying causes of frown lines and crow's feet - the repeated muscle contractions from frowning and squinting over the years. Botox temporarily reduces the muscle activity so you'll begin to notice a visible smoothing of these lines.

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment takes approximately 10 minutes and requires minimal downtime or recovery - it's often called a lunchtime procedure.

What were common side effects seen in clinical studies?

Three percent of patients experienced eyelid drooping in the frown lines studies and 1% of patients experienced eyelid swelling in the crow's feet studies. Other possible side effects include: dry mouth; discomfort or pain at the injection site; tiredness; headache; neck pain; eye problems: double vision, blurred vision, decreased eyesight and dry eyes; and allergic reactions. These are not all of the possible serious side effects of Botox. Please consult with your provider before scheduling it.


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