Are Doctors Best Botox Treatments Right For You?
While most everyone has heard of Botox in some way or another, many still have misconceptions about what it is and how it works. There are plenty of benefits associated with it, however there are also risks that patients should be wary of. Due to these risks, Botox is a medical drug that should only be administered by a physician who has been qualified to do so.
Botox is a known for smoothing out fine lines, wrinkles and signs of aging on foreheads and other parts of the body. This makes you look younger and clears skin of many unwanted signs of aging. However, patients should keep in mind that this is a paralytic neurotoxin that requires an experienced professional or physician to administer it.
It’s important to be careful with the medical office who administers this; they should be experienced in doing so and should only use name brand products; BOTOX® Cosmetic or Dysport®. It’s important to us that our patients comprehend fully what the procedure involves, the risks associated with it, and what to expect following the procedure.
If you are considering Botox in Weston, Cooper City, Fort Lauderdale or South Florida, Doctors Best Health has a variety of options.
Benefits of Botox:
Ranging from ages 18-65, many people see dramatic changes and benefits after being administered Botox. This is injected into the muscles to decrease the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines. It blocks nerve impulses to muscles so that your expressions and muscle movement is limited – his abates muscle activity that many times leads to pronounced lines and furrows between eyebrows. It also helps make lines around the eyes, forehead and mouth disappear. Overall, it helps rejuvenate your look and restores a younger looking you.
The procedure for Botox lasts about 10 minutes. It does not require dowtime and the patient often notices a dramatic difference within just a few days. Improvements continue to be visible for up to 30 days and last for about 6 months.
Side Effects of Botox
Some Botox patients will experience side effects including:
Localized tenderness, redness and pain.
Loss of Expression
Botox has a bit of a bad reputation for leaving patients with loss of facial expressions or looking “frozen.” We are meticulous in our application and typically aminister Botox on the conservative side. The truth is, it will help smooth out lines, but if professionals like the physicians at Doctors Best Health administer it properly, there should be no loss of facial expression or mobility. Our results offer a more rejuvenated yet natural look.
Who Shouldn’t Use Botox?
BOTOX Cosmetic is not recommended for pregnant or potentially pregnant women; this also includes women who are breastfeeding.
Getting Botox in South Florida?
ONLY Brand name Botox (Allergan) or Dysport (Medicis) should ever be used. The individual administering the cosmetic drugs should be certified professionals with plenty of experience. It is a highly effective way to achieve a younger look, but the risks make it a delicate process that should be left for seasoned professionals only.
To maintain the benefts of Botox, it is necessary to schedule follow up injections every four months.
Schedule a free consultation with Dr .Val at Doctors Best Health to see if Botox is right for you!