Botox® Cosmetic Injections
Worried about those worry lines? Soften them in just a few minutes!
Before and after photos of Botox® treatment patients
Join the millions of Botox® users who’ve smoothed out those troublesome frown lines between the brows. Botox® treatment takes just a few minutes and you’re out the door!
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If you have moderate to severe frown lines between your brows, you may want to consider this simple, non-surgical procedure. Over 11 million people have tried it, with over 97% surveyed feeling satisfied with the results.
How Treatment with Botox® Works
Botox® Cosmetic injections block nerve impulses to the injected area, reducing the muscle contraction activity that causes lines to form.
You’ll probably be seated in a reclining chair, much like you’d find in a dentist’s office. No anesthesia is required for Botox® injections, although we may numb the area with a cold pack or anesthetic cream.
We determine where to administer Botox® injections by examining your ability to move certain muscles in your brow area. The entire Botox® Cosmetic injection procedure takes approximately 10 minutes.
There’s no recovery time needed. You’re ready to get on with your day! The most common side effects following Botox® injections include temporary eyelid droop and nausea. Localized pain, infection, inflammation, tenderness, swelling, redness, and/or bleeding/bruising may be associated with the injection.
Patients with certain neuromuscular disorders such as ALS, myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome may be at increased risk of serious side effects. Make sure you tell us about any medications you are taking or medical conditions you have before Botox® injections.
Within days, you may notice an improvement in the moderate to severe frown lines between your brows that can last up to 4 months. Results may vary.
Request a free comprehensive consultation that will educate you about this unique way to younger skin, without plastic surgery or other invasive treatments.
Botox® Cosmetic FAQs
Q. What is Botox and who can benefit from it?
A. Botox is an injectable substance that is capable of reducing the appearance of moderate-to-severe frown lines and worry lines by blocking the nerve signals that tell your muscles to contract and cause lines to form. With those muscles relaxed and unable to contract, the skin smoothes out, and the lines progressively disappear.
People who want to aesthetically soften their faces by smoothing out their frown and worry lines are very likely to benefit from a Botox treatment. Botox can also be used on squint lines (crows feet).
Q. How is the Botox treatment administered?
A. Botox is a non-surgical procedure and is administered via injections to your wrinkled area. The injections are delivered through sterile needles so thin and fine that they minimize discomfort to the point that anesthesia is not needed. For even the most sensitive patient a cold pack or anesthetic cream will suffice.
Botox injection sites are determined after observing the patient’s ability to contract the specific muscles that are causing the wrinkles in the targeted area. This simple procedure usually takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Q. What happens after a Botox treatment and what kind of results can you expect?
A. There is no recovery time needed after a Botox Cosmetic injection treatment; immediately following the completion of the Botox treatment, patients can get on their way to continue the rest of their day!
After the injection, patients should exercise the muscles that make the lines they are targeting, in order to hasten the distribution of the Botox throughout the targeted muscles. Typically, patients experience the onset of the muscle relaxation about 3 days after the injection, with the full affect occurring between 7-10 days.
Some patients may experience some common side effects associated with Botox treatment, such as pain as the needle is inserted, tenderness, inflammation, swelling, redness, infection, bleeding/bruising at the injection site, headaches, nausea, and/or temporary upper eyelid droop. Although rare, the upper eyelid can droop for 2-3 months. Most side effects are rare and should cease within a few days post-procedure.
Although results may vary, the majority of patients will have a noticeable reduction of their moderate-to-severe frown lines between their brows, and/or worry lines on their forehead within 5-7 days after the Botox treatment, with most continuing to see reduced lines up to four months after the procedure.