Botox

Do you have frown lines or ‘scary lines’ that make you look angry, older, or worried all the time, even when you are not? That’s where Botox comes in as a solution without downtime, and without going under the knife.

Who is an ideal candidate for Botox?

Your doctor may suggest that you are a good fit for Botox if:

  • You have moderate to severe facial wrinkles.
  • These wrinkles are located in the approved areas that Botox can treat, such as around or between the eyes, on the forehead, or around the neck.
  • Your are in general good health.
  • And if you have realistic expectations.

Who may not be a good candidate for Botox you have a skin infection at the desired site of treatment, are pregnant or breast-feeding, have a muscle or nerve condition such as ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or myasthenia gravis, or if you have a severe illness or infection.

Botox continues to increase, with cosmetic minimally-invasive botulinum toxin type A procedures up 800 percent since 2000, to 7,4 million to 2018.

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