Don’t be afraid of a little Botox.

 There have been various good and bad publications regarding Botox. Some praise the results while others would not dare the notion. Well today I am here to shed some light on this magical drug. I confess, at first I was skeptical, however, now I am in love.

What is Botox, you ask? For those who do not know, Botox is a prescription medicine that is injected into the muscle and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows and around the eyes.  But what you may not know is that Botox is also a perfect way to contour the shape of your jaw line, eye brows, nose and smile.  Read on to discover other ways that Dr. Wright uses Botox to create a New You!

Dr. Wright’s Tip
Botox can be used to eliminate horizontal wrinkles across your forehead, crow’s feet around the eyes and the bunny “wrinkles” across your nose. It can open your eyes, reduce the wrinkles under the eye, or be used to arch and lift the brow. Botox can treat wrinkles in the chin as well as lift a drooping mouth. It can soften the lines above your lip and equalize an asymmetrical face. Botox can be used to treat the neck and help resolve both the turtle neck as well as the horizontal rings around the neck. And finally it can be used to reduce wrinkles that form on the décolletage. While the result is dramatic, Botox does not radically change your facial appearance. The treated muscles are simply relaxed, so you can still frown, smile and look surprised without wrinkles and creases.

There are other conditions Botox can treat, like Hyperhidrosis, i.e., severe sweating. It can also treat tension and migraine headaches. Botox procedures are quick and simple. They require no anesthesia because there is minimal pain involved. Botox is now the number one cosmetic procedure done in the United States. Botox is stopping the effects time has on your face and neck, actually turning back the hands of Father Time. With Botox, people will know you look better, they just won’t know why.

Cosmetic Skin Care Specialist Plano, TX