Most patients experience their Botox and Dysport results and procedure in comfort, but first-time patients might not know what to expect. They ask their friends and trusted doctor:
You may not be aware that, over time, slight furrowing and frowning are causing severe facial signs of aging. The brain impulsively sends messages to facial muscles to tighten and tense every day. Your instinct to wrinkle is hard-wired.
Botox (onabotulinum toxin A) is an inexpensive, yet powerful cosmetic treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help reduce:
Over 50,000 people have taken the advice of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons to turn back the clock with the help of a Direct Brow Lift. The Direct brow lift is a procedure that helps both men and women to appear younger and more beautiful by reducing the wrinkles, especially around the forehead. Most commonly performed in conjunction with dermal fliers, or facelifts, this procedure promises to whisk away the signs of aging.
The typical Botox and Dysport treatment time is less than 5 minutes. After 5 to 7 days, you see the effect of a few tiny injections. There is no downtime, but sometimes mild bruising. For such a brief procedure and with the possibility of bruising, new patients often ask Dr. Raval:
In addition to helping you reach aesthetic goals, recent research shows that a trained professional can shrink even the slightest risks of procedure like Botox.
Botox has many beneficial application areas and effects, such as reduced sweating and wrinkles. Men and women as patients and research professionals are steadily finding new consequences to celebrate. In addition to physical improvements, for example, Botox injections may also apply positive mental and emotional effects. Supported by proper research and personal accounts, Dr. Raval shares why a procedure he performs daily might reduce his patients' headaches and improve their mood.