BOTOX® Cosmetic and fillers are different types of injectables used for facial rejuvenation. BOTOX® Cosmetic helps the skin look smooth by relaxing the muscle under a wrinkle or line. Fillers, on the other hand, add volume below the surface of the skin to enhance features and fill in visible signs of aging.
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Patients come into our Miami clinic with all sorts of questions about BOTOX® Cosmetic. Most often, they want to know what happens to the face when we inject BOTOX®, and what effects it can have after years of use. If you’re curious about these things too, just keep reading.
Your face shape may seem entirely out of your control. After all, you can’t change your bone structure without invasive cosmetic surgery, nor can you spot-reduce unwanted facial fat with a healthy lifestyle. But it turns out that minimally invasive facial reshaping is entirely possible, thanks to modern injectables.
Though it’s the most popular aesthetic treatment in America, BOTOX® Cosmetic is still surrounded by some confusion. Below are answers to five BOTOX® Cosmetic questions we frequently hear at Miami Skin & Vein.
Everyone has some degree of facial asymmetry. The features on either side of your face probably look more like siblings than twins. One eyebrow may be higher than the other, or one nasolabial fold might be deeper than the opposite side. However, you may feel self-conscious if your facial asymmetry is very pronounced.
Best known for smoothing wrinkles, BOTOX® Cosmetic is a dynamic injectable with a variety of uses. It can be administered to the face, neck, and body to improve an impressive range of aesthetic concerns. Keep reading to learn about some of the most sought-after uses of BOTOX® Cosmetic, from well-known to surprising.
The outcome of any BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment depends heavily on the skill of the injector and the technique used. Where your provider places the wrinkle-relaxing product and how much they administer can be the difference between looking natural and looking slightly stiff. With this in mind, many patients are seeking out “micro-BOTOX” or “Baby BOTOX” to achieve a subtle and refreshed look. Keep reading to learn all about this popular new injection technique.
I was recently asked to present a lecture at The Aesthetic Show 2019 titled “Neck and Jawline Rejuvenation using Neurotoxins”. This blog post is based on the talk I gave on July 11 in Las Vegas.
Botox® Cosmetic Treatments
The use of wrinkle relaxers like Botox® has steadily increased over the last two decades and today are one of the most commonly performed cosmetic treatments in the world. However, most patients, at least the ones we see in Miami, do not know how Botox works.
We all want to have a more youthful appearance, which can be achieved with the help of injectable wrinkle relaxers. At Miami Skin and Vein, we offer several injectable options for reducing the muscle contractions that cause wrinkles.
Here is a breakdown of the similarities and differences, including the: