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Botox Cosmetic

Let’s take a closer look at BOTOX Cosmetic.

Aging is a normal part of life, and as the years pass, many women and men begin to notice wrinkles.

These wrinkles are often caused by a combination of factors. It’s not just cellular changes, collagen depletion or extra sun exposure. It’s also facial muscle contractions. When you frown or concentrate, your brow muscles contract causing your skin to furrow and fold. When you squint, the muscles around your eyes contract, and you get crow’s feet.

BOTOX® Cosmetic can prevent and smooth these wrinkles. A prescription medicine that’s injected into the muscles of the face, it helps to improve the look of both moderate-to-severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the brows.

How does BOTOX work?

It works under the surface of your skin and targets the muscles that cause lines to form over time. BOTOX temporarily reduces muscle activity resulting in a reduction in the appearance of those lines. Millions of patients because of its real, noticeable results and no recovery time.

When should I use BOTOX?

BOTOX treats and improves wrinkles that have already formed in adults, but it isn’t just for after you get wrinkles. When started early, BOTOX can also prevent the wrinkles from forming.

Where should I go for my BOTOX?

It’s important to select a skincare specialist you trust. Expect exceptional results when your treatments are performed by:

Since everyone’s skin ages differently, it’s essential to consult with a professional to learn about your best options. At Infinity Medical Aesthetics at the Plastic Surgery Center, you can rest assured we are your skin care partners. We have also expanded our hours and are now open evenings and weekends so you may find a time that fits your schedule.

Botox Before and AfterRead a Real Patient Testimonial:

Real Plastic Surgery Center BOTOX patient, Katie, says, “People used to think I looked mad all the time. Now I don’t.”

What led you to BOTOX®?

Katie: I started BOTOX treatments about two years ago when I was 32. The females in my family have deep forehead lines, so they are hereditary. Sometimes called the 11s, these are the lines in between my eyebrows. I began seeing the lines form, and to prevent them from getting deeper, I started BOTOX.

How does the BOTOX treatment feel?

Katie: The injections don’t hurt because the nurse uses a really small needle. The treatment takes about 10 minutes. I don’t get red or swollen.

After the treatment, it doesn’t feel like anything. My forehead looks great, and because I went to an expert, my brow doesn’t look frozen.

When did you notice your results?

Katie: I noticed them within a few days, but for others it may take up to a week.

Are you happy with your results?

Katie: Yes! I was so self-conscious about the lines on my forehead, and they made me look angry. BOTOX has changed my life. I am much more confident now.

Do you have any advice for someone considering injectables?

Katie: BOTOX is for people of all ages, and it’s never too late to start. If you’re young, BOTOX prevents wrinkles from forming. If you’re older, BOTOX corrects your wrinkles. The sooner you start, the better you’ll feel. Don’t be scared or ashamed. If it makes you feel better about yourself, that’s a good thing. The results are worth it.

Only go to a professionally trained, qualified, expert injector. Don’t go to someone who took a quick class.

You deserve expert guidance and exceptional results.

Plastic surgery involves many choices. Most important is selecting a surgeon you can trust. Expect exceptional results when you have your procedures performed by plastic surgeons certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and who are members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. These specially trained doctors have at least six years of surgical training and experience, with a minimum of three years of plastic surgery.

Now that we’ve taken a look at Botox Cosmetic, come visit with one of our skin care nurses and see if it is right for you.

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