Botox Cosmetic is a FDA – Approved and results are visible after a single session.
Botox helps to reduce muscle activity, therefore, minimizing wrinkle appearance.
Box Cosmetic is an injectable prescription that temporarily reduces muscle activty. It is not as drastic as plastic surgery, but its effect on crow’s feets and frown lines are quickly noticeable.
As an FDA-Approved substance, Botox Cosmetic is save for use. Its potential side effects occur in a low percentage of patients. However, they can be explained and controlled by an specialist administering the treatment.
A Botox procedure can be as quick as 10 minutes. It requires no recovery time, so you can get right back to your routine afterwards. The effects can last up to 4 months.
A doctor will asses your needs and determine which product is beter for you. As well as eveluate potential side effects, which you will be able to discuss during the consultation.
Getting Botox injections can be as quick as in 10 minutes. Typically, you would receive 3 injections for the crow’s feet area and 5 for frown lines.
Once the procedure is over, you will be able to see the initial results. However, there could be swellness and localized redness. Your doctor will explain all aftercare details.
There is no downtime required after getting Botox. Patients are able to resume their routines as soon as the procedure is over. However, if you experience any painful symptoms or excesive swelling you should notify the doctor for further instructions.
Botox Cosmetic lasts an average of 4 months. It depends on the severity of your lines and your body’s reaction to the product.
It is extremely important that you only visit experienced and licensed professionals. It is the best way to minimize risks and ensure the use of quality products.
Typical Botox side effects are both minimal and temporary. They usually involved localized redness and swelling. Botox Cosmetic is produced by Allergan and was first approved by the FDA in 2002. Botox uses go beyond anti-aging, it can also help treat migraines and minimize excessive sweating issues.
A very low percentage of patients experience greater side effects. For example, the Botox Cosmetic official website states that 3% of patients experienced eyelid drooping and 1% of them eyelid swelling.
Botox is a trade name for botulinum toxin A. Even though it was approved by the FDA in 2002, it was already used before that.
Botox is not only suitable for cosmetic procedures, it can also help with conditions related to muscle spasms and migraines.
Alcohol ingestion is not recommended immediately after a Botox injection because it could increase bruising and swelling.
Unfortunately, you will find unscrupulous people administering Botox injections without proper certification. It often results into enhanced side effects, muscle or nerve damage and a financial issue. People then have to visit specialists to try to revert the problems. You can avoid all of that by visiting a certified and experienced professional. Take your time to do your research and book a consultation to make sure you feel comfortable with your doctor.
Dr. Roly Borges, is an expert in the application of non-surgical aesthetic injectable treatments including Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Dysport, Perlane, Radiesse, Platelet Rich Plasma,
Dr. Roly Borges graduated from Iberoamerican University School of in Santo Domingo, was a fellow at North Shore University Hospital and is certified by The American Board of Medical Specialties in Internal Medicine.
In addition to his first-class Medical Spa and Skin Rejuvenation treatments, Dr. Borges currently leads a private practice in Astoria, NY serving as a primary care physician and internist and stays affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens and North Shore LIJ, specialising in Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Thyroid, Allergies and more.