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Category Archives: BOTOX

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Dysport vs BOTOX And Other Injectables: What’s the Difference?

When you’re set on wanting a younger, wrinkle-free look, BOTOX® Cosmetic is a proven go-to injectable. But it’s not the only neuromodulator on the block! Today, men and women have a multitude of comparable BOTOX alternatives for treating crow’s feet, frown lines, the "11s," and other common aging symptoms. But with so many alternatives to …

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Beyond Frown Lines: Before and After BOTOX® Photos

BOTOX® first earned its wrinkle-erasing reputation by eliminating vertical frown lines between the eyes—often called the “11s”—and horizontal forehead folds. However, the uses for the world’s most popular cosmetic treatment seem almost limitless. First approved by the FDA in 2002 to treat glabellar (frown) lines, BOTOX is now approved by the FDA for a long …

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How Many Units of BOTOX® Do I Need?

When it comes to targeting existing wrinkles or preventing new ones from forming, few injectable treatments can rival the effectiveness and popularity of BOTOX® Cosmetic. BOTOX is a type of neuromodulator that blocks nerve signals from engaging the muscles being targeted, leading to that smooth and well-rested appearance that our patients love. The question of …

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How To Make the Most of Your BOTOX® Cosmetic Results

You love your BOTOX results and enjoy seeing baby-smooth skin instead of fine lines, wrinkles, and creases when you look in the mirror. Naturally, you want to hold on to your youthful skin as long as possible and with a minimum number of touch-ups. If you are wondering how long BOTOX works and how often …

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