BOTOX® Injections

Tired of looking tired and older than you feel? Find out how to turn back the clock a decade or more with Botox by Dr. Kassir.

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— Anonymous, March 29, 2019


Does everyone think you're angry? Do you have facial wrinkles and frown lines that make you feel older than you are?

An injection of a clinical formulation of BOTOX® makes it possible to immobilize selected muscles of facial expression. Wrinkles in areas such as crow's feet, frown lines, forehead lines, creases or dimples in chin, and horizontal neck lines can be successfully treated by tiny injections, in the office with no anesthesia necessary. BOTOX® may also be useful for migraine headaches, excessive sweating, and eye and neck muscle spasms.

Completed results will appear within 24 hours to 2 weeks. BOTOX® injections can be used in conjunction with facial resurfacing. Periodic re-injection may be necessary.

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BOTOX® Injections Questions & Answers

What are the target areas for Botox?

Botox® reduces facial wrinkles when it is injected directly into the muscles that cause facial wrinkles, temporarily immobilizing them. Botox® inhibits muscle tension and spasms, which can cause facial wrinkles to appear in the forehead, in crow's feet around the eyes, and in creases near the corners of the mouth.

How long do Botox treatments take?

Botox treatments may take anywhere from 15-30 minutes.

Are there any reasons I should not be treated with Botox?

Botox should not be used on anyone who: - Is sensitive or allergic to any ingredients in Botox - Has an infection at the site the injection is to be given - Has myasthenia gravis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Eaton Lambert syndrome It should also be noted that Botox does not treat anyone who is looking to repair sun damage or skin texture.

Can Botox treat excessive sweating (hypohidrosis)?

Our skin produces sweat glands as the temperature increases in order to cool our body. This causes our bodies to sweat, and some of us experience this more than others. In fact more than 1% of Americans have this condition which is called hypohidrosis. Finally, there is an extremely effective solution to this problem! Treating the production of excessive sweat has now been made easy by Botox which has been FDA approved for this treatment. Say goodbye to embarrassing moments and feel comfortable in your own skin with Botox.

How Much Does Botox Cost?

The cost of Botox varies depending on areas injected. A follow up appointment will be scheduled two week following your Botox procedure for a “touch up” if you need it.

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