If you spend a lot of time concentrating, frowning, or squinting, then you have probably started to notice wrinkle lines in between your eyebrows. As you perform these activities, the muscles between your eyebrows flex, eventually causing residual wrinkles that never completely disappear even when you are done with the motion that caused them. These lines are otherwise known as glabellar lines, or 11’s, referring to the number they imitate. They are very common and can start to appear at any age. Luckily, if you are between the ages of 18 and 65, there is an easy treatment to reduce or eliminate their appearance.
Botox San Diego Cosmetic Treatment
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Botox Cosmetic is the most popular injectable cosmetic treatment on the market today.
That is because the procedure is very quick and has no recovery time, plus you can see results after just one treatment.
Botox La Jolla is a medication that is injected right into the muscles between your eyebrows, forehead and/or around the eyes.
Once injected, it will block any nerve impulses from entering the muscle, which reduces the muscle activity that causes the wrinkles to form.
Once you receive the injection, you can expect to see increased results for up to 30 days. After that, your results will last as long as three to four months before you need another treatment. And don’t worry; contrary to popular belief, you will still be able to show full emotion on your face.
If you are considering Botox Cosmetic, you must go see P. Alexander Ataii, M.D. at Laser Clinique Medical Spa in San Diego. He is a speaker and trainer for Allergan, the company that produces Botox, and has achieved the distinguished Black Diamond Status from them, ranking him in the top .001% of providers nationwide. Plus, you will love the relaxing atmosphere and exceptional service you will receive. You deserve the best and Laser Clinique will give it to you.
FAQ’s on Botox Cosmetic Treatment
Chances are if you are a woman in your late thirties or early forties, you are noticing many of your friends getting Botox injections. Botox San Diego can be a wonderful addition to your skin care regime and produce stunning results in between your eyes, on your forehead and around your crow’s feet. Here are a few Frequently Asked Questions, and answers about the Botox cosmetic treatment has to offer. We hope this helps you decide whether Botox injections are right for you.
What is Botox made of?
Botox is a prescription drug called OnabotulinumtoxinA. It is a neurotoxin produced by the bacteria strain of Clostridium botulinum. It is FDA approved for the cosmetic treatment of wrinkles and lines and is completely safe.
How does Botox work?
Botox is a neurotoxin that, when injected into muscles, relaxes them from moving for a period of time. When used cosmetically to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, it does so by temporarily blocking the nerve activity in the muscles surrounding the wrinkle, preventing the muscle from forming the motion that causes the wrinkle. The result is a smoother, wrinkle-free skin surface
Is Botox wrinkle filler?
No. Botox only prevents the muscles from forming the wrinkle in the skin. Facial fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane are a different type of injection in which an injectable gel is gently injected inside the wrinkle, filling in the wrinkle by plumping up the skin and making the wrinkle disappear. Botox and facial fillers work synergistically together; the filler fills in the wrinkle while the Botox keeps the wrinkle from reforming.
Do Botox results show right away?
No. Patients that receive Botox injections start noticing a difference in their facial muscles about two to seven days after the injections. Full effect of the Botox injection can take up to two weeks.
How often do I need Botox injections?
Typically when you start Botox injections, you’ll want to get them every three to four months. Patients report that with repeated injections, however, that they can go longer in between treatments. Some patients have their Botox injections once per year because they have been getting them on a regular basis.