Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

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Preparation - Botox

Since the use of BOTOX to improve the appearance of the face is a purely cosmetic procedure, the use of the agent is usually prompted by the patient. Preparation for the BOTOX procedure begins with a discussion with a dermatologist, neurologist...

or plastic surgeon to discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure. Proper preparation includes a determination of whether the patient is at particular risk for an adverse event because of the injection. While the injection is relatively safe, it is, after all, a potent neurotoxin and proper precautions need to be taken to ensure a positive outcome.

There should also be a discussion about the expectations of the procedure prior to treatment. Be aware that BOTOX can create rapid and highly favorable results in most people, but the effects are not permanent.

At some point, usually in three to four months, the nerve endings will heal, the muscles will again retract and wrinkles are likely to return. Sustained improvement may require frequent and/or routine treatments. Also be aware that treatments can only be administered every three months.

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