Aesthetic Botox

Botox is one of the most common cosmetic treatments worldwide. It commonly reduces fine lines and wrinkles on the top face for anti-aging therapy, including the forehead lines, frown lines, crow’s feet, brow lines and laugh lines. Botox Cosmetic is the only FDA-approved therapy for the temporary alleviation of moderate to severe frown lines between the brows in adults ranging in age from 18 to 65.

How It Works

Botox Cosmetic works by decreasing the mobility of the muscles that generate those lingering lines and wrinkles. After the treatment, you will notice an softening of lines in the treated region. However, the full result may take up to ten days to appear. The positive affects of Botox lasts between 3-6 months depending on the person.

What is the treatment like?

While having a needle inserted in your face may seem painful, it is not. Botox injections can be relaxing. Botox injections don’t require any numbing. The tiny needle readily penetrates the skin superficially and causes no pain. It’s not the same as getting a shot.

Risks & Side Effects

Botox is a fairly safe surgery with few problems; nonetheless, while choosing a Botox provider, you should look for an expert injector. At XtheticMD, we have experience in botox treatment and therapy.
There is always the possibility of slight bruising at the site when a needle is placed into the skin. They are usually extremely small and may be easily concealed with makeup. Some people may experience headaches; however, this is short lived and not common. When you get your forehead injected for the first time, it might feel weighty.
Ptosis, or drooping of the top eyelid, is frequently mistaken with this heaviness. While ptosis is possible, it is highly uncommon, as are other adverse effects. If you have heaviness or ptosis after being injected, it usually goes away on its own within two weeks. If you have ptosis, a prescription eye drop might help to speed up the healing process. None of these things are permanent, and they typically go away soon. They also have meager rates of incidence.