You’ll probably assume that everything you need to know about Botox, whether good or bad, will be found online. After all, it’s the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure last year and the injectable has been sitting in the top spot for the last few years now.
Yet lo and behold! By the time you find your way through hundreds of search engine results about Botox, you find yourself confused with all those contradicting online information. If you’ve been looking for information on how to get the most out of your Botox in Encino and achieve optimal results, there are only a few basics that you need to keep in mind. Read on below to learn more!
Is It Botox That You Really Need?
Are you worried about the appearance of fine lines in your forehead? Or would you like to improve the look of your sunken cheeks? Although nothing beats Botox as the most popular injectable, it is important to keep in mind that Botox is not a wonder injectable, that is it may not work for all kinds of facial rejuvenation concerns.
By and large, Botox works best for dynamic wrinkles, the ones that are formed through repetitive muscle contraction underneath the skin such as frowning, smiling, squinting, and smiling. Consequently, Botox is effective in improving the appearance of crow’s feet (wrinkles in the outermost corner of the eye), forehead creases, frown lines, and neck bands.
Lastly, Botox can also be used as a preventive measure if you wish to avoid the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. We have patients who use Botox preventatively because early appearance of wrinkles tends to run in the family.
If your concerns has largely to do with deeper lines such as nasolabial folds (folds that run between the nose and mouth), sunken cheeks, and acne scars, you might want to explore another set of injectables collectively known as dermal fillers.
Your Trusted Botox Provider in Encino and neighboring areas
There are a lot of individuals out there who claim that they can administer Botox. However, we encourage our clients to choose Botox injectors who are adequately trained in its administration as well as in dealing with potential side effects. In addition, the Botox injector of your choice should have precise knowledge of facial anatomy to avoid increasing your risk of developing complications following an injection.
Call us at 818.380.3130 or fill out this contact form to set up an appointment to learn more about Botox and similar facial rejuvenation procedures. We look forward to your visit!Previous Post Next Post