When you compare your current appearance with a picture of yourself from when you were younger, what are some of the differences you notice? Depending on your current age, you may notice that you have a lot more wrinkles. It is very likely that you have crow’s feet and frown lines. Unless you are in that small group of people who take aging in stride and view it as a natural process, you likely are unsatisfied with your current appearance. You wish that you could look younger and more refreshed. Fortunately, BOTOX® has the potential to do just that.
Even though there is no way to stop the aging process and go back in time, there are products available that can help you to look your best right now. BOTOX® is one of the most common procedures that is used to help individuals who are dealing with dynamic wrinkles. If you feel unsatisfied with your appearance because your face is riddled with crow’s feet and frown lines, BOTOX® may be right for you.
During a consultation at our office, we are going to closely examine the condition of your skin. We want to be sure that dynamic wrinkles are the biggest problem you have right now. At times, some individuals confuse static wrinkles with dynamic wrinkles. BOTOX® is designed to treat dynamic wrinkles, primarily crow’s feet and frown lines. We also want to look at your overall health to be sure that you are a good candidate for the product.
BOTOX® treatment sessions are relatively short. This means that you could even schedule a session during a lunch break. Another great thing about this treatment is that you do not need to recover afterward. You may have a little bit of temporary redness in the area where the BOTOX® injection was given, but you do not need to rest or take any days off of work.
You’re not going to see any changes in your crow’s feet and frown lines immediately after your first BOTOX® treatment. It will take a couple of days before you begin to see your skin smooth out and you start to experience a younger appearance. Each individual is different, but most people begin to see changes after four or five days from the date the treatment was given.