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Botox Near Me

Botox® Near Me

When you’ve made your decision to hve Botox®, your next question is “where is the best Botox® near me?”  For the very best in Botox® and other cosmetic treatments, look no farther. Skin Theory Aesthetics™ is the place to go. 

 

Skin Theory Aesthetics™ proudly offers FDA approved neurotoxins to help relax and soften frown lines with both XEOMIN®, AND BOTOX®.  

​These neurotoxin medications block the release of chemicals that cause muscle contractions so frown lines soften; wrinkles and other signs of aging on your face can be treated safely and effectively without going under the knife.  

 

Skin Theory Aesthetics™ has years of expertise and experience to offer men and women the best cosmetic procedures to help you look your absolute best, regardless of your age, young or “old”.

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Botox® Near Me - The Basics

So, you’ve finally decided to “love yourself” by getting Botox® treatments. There’s a certain stigma to getting this treatment done that is why a lot of people are sometimes reluctant to do it. 

 

“It’s vain and invasive” or how about this - “You’ll look like an expressionless cyborg with an immobile forehead.” And of course, this - “It’s a toxin! Why inject that into your face!”

 

Well, the last one may be true - Botox® is a neurotoxin. But it’s the good kind. If you are thinking of getting Botox® injections, read on to have a better understanding of what it is and what it entails.

 

If Botox® is a toxin, is it safe?

 

Botox® is actually a brand name for a type of neurotoxin produced by a bacteria called Clostridium botulinum. In nature, this bacterium can be found in soils, lakes, forests and in the intestinal tracts of mammals and fish. When they multiply to certain levels, they begin to produce the toxin called botulinum. This is the same toxin that is responsible for an often deadly kind of food poisoning - botulism. 

 

Botulinum toxin can cause paralysis. However, science has found a way to harness this very deadly ability to cure certain medical conditions.  In the late 1980’s, Botox® was approved for use in such conditions as blepharospasm (uncontrolled blinking) and strabismus (lazy eye).

 

In 2002, it was also approved by FDA for cosmetic uses. The substance, a purified and super diluted form of the Botulinum toxin is injected to prevent muscles of the face from contracting. This results in minimized lines and wrinkles.

So, going back to the question - “Is it safe?”

 

If there is a question of safety, it would not have passed FDA’s stringent standards. Furthermore, according to the AOCD (American Osteopathic College of Dermatology), Botox® is safe and has few side effects when used therapeutically.

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Who can benefit from Botox® ?

 

Most people can benefit from treatment. Of course, it’s not for the very young. But people who are in their late 20’s or early 30’s can already benefit from Botox®.

 

It’s really more effective as a preventive treatment than a restorative one. Botox® essentially “paralyzes” facial muscles and keep them from contracting in ways that deepen lines and wrinkles. The earlier you get treatments, the more preventive its effects. 

 

In addition, it is important to remember to manage expectations from Botox® treatments. It is not meant to change the character of your face. Rather it is meant to keep you looking the same but unaffected by age. 

 

What problems can Botox® help?

 

As already mentioned before,  Botox® relaxes facial muscles and prevents them from contracting. Here the common areas where the treatment can help:

  • Between the eyes where “elevens” can form. These are also called grabella creases

  • On the chin where “cobblestone” skin may form

  • Along the jawline. Injections can correct a downturned lip and also counteract bone loss

  • On the forehead where horizontal lines may form

  • Around the eyes where crow’s feet may show

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What to expect when you get a Botox® treatment:

 

Many people get nervous for 2 main reason when undergoing treatment:

  1. It involves a neurotoxin that is injected into the face

  2. It involves needles

 

Botox® has been FDA certified safe for cosmetic use since 2002. Injections are safe and generally painless, as well as, non-invasive. 

 

Depending on your sensitivity to needles, expect a sting on the areas where the injections are administered. If you are having multiple injections, expect the pain to be more significant than a “mosquito bite” prick. Should there be a need for it, topical anesthesia may be applied to lessen the sting. 

 

The procedure itself may take as little as 10 minutes. There is practically no downtime. However, people who get the treatment are advised to avoid the following:

  • Lying down for the next six hours after the treatment

  • Exercising until the next day after the treatment

  • Taking blood thinning medications or Ibuprofen 

  • Bending the head forward for the next 2 hours. They’re advised to keep the head level

 

After the treatment, it is normal to experience less movement in the affected area. In fact, do not be alarmed if you cannot move it at all. This is the normal effect of Botox®. This means that the muscles are relaxed. 

 

The treatment can take full effect within 24 to 72 hours. Expect the fine lines and wrinkles to soften and eventually fade away within three days. In rare cases, full effect can be seen after only 5 days.

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What are the risks and side effects?

 

People hesitate to have treatments for fear of immobile foreheads that are so obvious to others that they’ve had Botox® injections. You can avoid this mishap by finding an experienced specialist who can administer the treatment properly. 

 

An expected side effect of the treatment however is slight paralysis in the injected muscle. Frowning may not be possible. (Who wants a frowny face anyways?). Other facial expressions are still possible.

 

Generally, people tolerate Botox® well. Adverse side effects are also uncommon. However, some people have reported the following side effects:

  • Mild pain, swelling or bruising around the injection area. An ice pack can help alleviate the symptoms

  • Numbness

  • Temporary droopy eyelids

  • Upset stomach

  • Headache

  • Flu like symptoms

  • Paralysis in the nearby muscles

 

How long do the effects of Botox® last?

 

Unlike other more invasive treatments, Botox® effects are short lived. In general, effects last from three to 12 months.  We recommend having it done twice or thrice a year for best results. The good news is the effects can become long lasting after several treatments. Also, you may not need as much dosage in subsequent treatments as when you first started.

Botox® Near Me - Skin Theory Aesthetic is the Best

Botox® is a safe and non-invasive way of minimizing your lines and wrinkles. If you are planning to have treatments done soon,  Skin Theory Aesthetics™ is the best place to go.

Our experienced skin specialists ensure that your treatment is a wonderful step towards a younger looking you. At Skin Theory Aesthetics™, your complete satisfaction is our top priority.

 

If you have questions Botox® injections, call us and our specialists will be happy to answer all your questions. 

 

Check out our specials page and call us today at 951-735-5570!

 

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