Botox Treatment: How It Helps You
Botox treatment is a medical procedure that is used to relax facial muscles and make patients look younger by masking the appearance of wrinkles. The result is often a younger looking skin.
Botox injection treatment was approved in the United States by the FDA in 2002 for patients between the ages of 18 to 65. Women who are pregnant are exempted from this list in order to avoid any complication with the unborn child. Since then, its use has gone viral among patients as it comes highly recommended by doctors.
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Botox treatment is without a doubt one of the fastest cosmetic procedure as it can be done within 15 to 20 minutes by a certified medical practitioner. It is mainly conducted to treat wrinkles and lines that can be found in facial areas like the vertical frown lines between the eyebrows, the crow’s feet just around the outer eye regions, forehead wrinkles or creases, the vertical lines on the upper lip and also the prominent jaw muscles. It makes the patient’s appearance smoother and makes them look more rested, relaxed, and rejuvenated. The cost of Botox can vary based upon the geographic location, number of units and the credentials of the injector. The cost of Botox should not be the primary deciding factor, but rather, the quality of the results. Always consult your Santa Barbara plastic surgeon before getting your injections.
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In 2015, it was rated as one of the top nonsurgical cosmetic treatment in the United States of America among both men and women, with well over 4,267,038 injections (Dysport, Botox, and Xeomin) carried out by qualified medical practitioners. It is used in both cosmetic and medical procedures. To find a Botox treatment near me contact Dr. Sheffield.
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