Turn Back Time with Cosmetic Botox Treatments

When you were a kid, did you put on sunblock every time you went to play outside? Of course you didnt. You probably didnt do this in your teens and twenties, either. As you start to see the first lines burrowing into your brow and around your nose and mouth in your thirties, you start to think twice about protection from the sun. Fortunately, cosmetic surgeons know that no one is perfect with their skin care. Thats why theyve developed cosmetic Botox treatment.

Lets face it, even if youve been perfect with your sun protection regimen your entire life (and, really, who is?), youre still going to suffer from the aging process; everyone does. Smiling creates lines. Frowning creates wrinkles. Furrowing your brow and squinting creates crows feet and worry lines. Unless you spend your whole life perfectly hydrated, out of the sun, and unresponsive to anything anyone says to you, youre going to get wrinkles.

Botox treatment surgery is minimally invasive. It works by injecting botulinum toxin into your skin, weakening the muscles in the area around the injection. This prevents them from contracting, which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in your face.

If youre in Texas, you might want to consider getting Botox injection treatment in Fort Worth, Colleyville and Southlake. It will not make your existing wrinkles disappear entirely, but it will diminish them and prevent new wrinkles from appearing. You can combine Botox treatment with other treatments, such as filler injections, chemical peels, and/or microdermabrasion can erase your fine lines and wrinkles.

If you consider getting Botox treatment, youll probably hear or read something about botulism and the botulinum toxin. Its true; botulin toxins A and B do lead to botulism, but the botulinum toxins used in Botox are purified and are not dangerous to inject into the skin.

When you receive injections, your Botox treatment surgeon in Fort Worth (or anywhere else) will not give you a general anesthetic. A topical numbing agent may be used. After the procedure, you will be able to drive yourself home and go about your daily activities with no significant recovery time necessary. Though adverse side effects are rare, you should contact your doctor immediately if you experience a stiff neck, nausea, wheezing, fatigue, or any other symptoms more serious than a mild headache or a little bit of temporary swelling in the area around the injection.

Press Esc to close
Request an Appointment





Please leave this field empty.