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.
Injectables & Skin Care Doctors Serving Miami, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Ft. Lauderdale & Nearby Florida
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:
At Miami Skin & Vein, we utilize Dysport injections to treat a variety of cosmetic concerns, including enlarged masseter muscles. The masseter muscle is located on the side of the face and connects the lower cheek to the jaw. This muscle often becomes enlarged due to excessive teeth grinding. This can disrupt the contours of your lower face and cause facial asymmetry.
In this video, Dr. Shaun Patel explains how Dysport can be used to treat enlarged masseter muscles to slim the appearance of your lower face.