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Boxtox Cosmetic | Botulinum Toxin Type A

 

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With Botox®, they'll know you've done something.
 
They just won't know what.
 
 
 
 
BOTOX. is a registered trademark of Allergan, Inc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Botox®, is approved by the FDA for cosmetic use. Botox® is used to soften or eliminate dynamic wrinkles. Botox® can eliminate that "always angry" look or that "tired" appearance caused by dynamic wrinkles. Botox® is also used to reduce underarm sweating, to treat migraine headaches, to stop eye twitching, and to tighten a double chin.

 

Many wrinkles are actually creases that have been worn into the skin by making the same expression thousands of times. These "expression lines", often called frown lines or crow's feet, are due to the contraction of a muscle under the skin in that area. We have known for years that surgically cutting that muscle will improve the wrinkle.

 

A Botox® treatment is a simple, non-surgical procedure that smoothes the deep, persistent lines between your brows that develop over time. One 10-minute treatment -- a few tiny injections -- relaxes the muscles that cause those lines to form and keeps them relaxed up to 4 months. The results are dramatic and apparent within days. In clinical trials, nearly 90% of the men and women surveyed rated the improvement in their brow lines as moderate to better. For many, Botox®  virtually "erases" these lines.

 

Botox® is a purified protein toxin produced by the clostridium botulinum bacteria. Although Botox® is a toxin, there have been no serious side effects. This is because, for the treatment described, it is used in  extremely small amounts and does not spread throughout the body.

 

Unlike surgery, Botox® is fast, simple, and minimally invasive, with no downtime or recovery. Most people return directly to work or normal activity following treatment. Within days, they report looking more natural and relaxed.


Botox® Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is Botox® right for you?
There are very few restrictions regarding Botox treatments. Thousands of appearance-conscious women and men have already discovered the benefits of Botox®. Not just models and movie stars, but ordinary people -- teachers, mothers, fathers, and business people from all walks of life. As long as you are not pregnant, or have been told by a physician that you should not have Botox® due to a specific neurological condition, you are likely a good candidate.


Is Botox® safe?

Botox®  is one of the safest procedures available for the treatment of wrinkles and has been approved by the FDA for this purpose. It has been used successfully in ophthalmology for over 10 years, and for wrinkle therapy for over 6 years. The most common side effects of Botox® are temporary and localized to the area of injection.


How do Botox® treatments work?

Dynamic facial wrinkles, the most prominent visible signs of aging, result from repeated contraction of certain facial muscles. Botox® is administered to the muscle that creates a wrinkle. Botox® temporarily blocks the nerve impulse from reaching that area and, as a result, weakens the muscle. As the muscle relaxes, wrinkles in the skin gradually soften and often disappear completely.


Which wrinkles are best treated with Botox®?

Botox® is most commonly used to treat the vertical wrinkles or "frown lines" between your eyebrows, the long prominent creases across your forehead and crow’s feet emanating from the corners of your eyes. On occasion, some other areas may be treated as well.


How long does a Botox® treatment last?

Botox® offers sustained benefits, dose after dose, over the course of long-term treatment. The full effect of Botox® may not be apparent for several days or even a few weeks. Your first treatment will last approximately three to five months, with a gradual fading of its effects. At that time, you will return for your next treatment. As you continue to receive Botox® treatments, the effects will last even longer, up to six months for some people. The degree and duration of effect varies from person to person. Treatment for crow’s feet may be more frequent than therapy for frown lines or forehead creases.


Does a Botox® Injection hurt?

When Botox® is administered there may be an initial minor sting. Once the treatment is completed, there is usually no discomfort. The administration area may be pretreated with a topical anesthetic or ice compress.


How long can I be treated with Botox®?

Botox® treatments can typically be repeated indefinitely.


What is the recovery time for Botox®  treatments?

Botox® treatments require little recovery. The Botox®  procedure is administered with a very tiny needle applied to the area to be treated. There is little if any resulting redness or swelling at the injection site. Most people who receive Botox® treatments return to work or attend social engagements immediately following their treatment. Some patients find it convenient to schedule their Botox® therapy during their lunch hour.


How long must I wait after my Botox® treatment to reapply my makeup?

The Botox® procedure is so safe and non-invasive that you can reapply your makeup immediately after your treatment. Of course, it is important that you keep the injection sites clean and remove your makeup and reapply frequently.


What do I need to do to prepare for my Botox® treatment?

Preparation for treatment is simple. Do not take aspirin or ibuprofen medications for 1 week prior to your appointment. You do not need to change your eating habits the day of the treatment, or even bring a driver!


Am I a candidate for Botox® treatments?

As long as you are not pregnant, or have been told by a physician that you should not have Botox® due to a specific neurological condition, you are likely a good candidate. Our highly trained staff and physicians will carefully examine you and take a medical history, prior to the administration of any Botox® treatment.