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Reduce the appearance of wrinkles with Botox injections.

Botox is a very popular treatment option to help get rid of fine lines and wrinkles on your face. It can smooth out the appearance of your skin and offers a more youthful appearance.

  • The injection process is quick and there is no downtime, so you can return to work immediately.
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How Botox Works

Botox is a drug that is approved by the FDA to manage a multitude of cosmetic problems. The injections can help issues such as wrinkles or excessive sweating in patients. The way the treatment works is by injecting a type of neurotoxin into your skin that will help to block the signals between your muscles and nerves. This blockage will temporarily stop the muscles from being able to contract. The result is the relaxation of your wrinkles for a smoother appearance. These treatments are temporary and do need to be continued for the results to remain.

What Are The Side Effects?

As with any procedure, there are possible side effects to take into consideration. Some of the minor side effects of receiving Botox treatments include redness, swelling and bruising of the treatment area. These will usually subside within a couple days. During the treatment, you will most likely feel a pinch when the needle is inserted. You may opt to have a numbing cream or ice applied before the injections to ease any discomfort.

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Who Is A Good Candidate For Botox Treatments?

Botox is considered a cosmetic procedure. It is truly a personal decision on whether or not to get the treatments. Botox can be great for anyone looking to tackle wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes, between the eyebrows, and on the forehead. If you are wanting to know if it is the best course of action for you personally, your medical professional can explore your options with you.