FAQs About Botox
By SOUTH COUNTY DERMATOLOGY
April 09, 2019
Tags: Botox  

Thinking about revamping your appearance? Your dermatologist in East Greenwich, Narragansett, Westerly, and Barrington, RI, can help calgaryyou get the youthful look you want—all it takes is a simple Botox treatment! Read below to learn the details of this aesthetically restorative treatment.

 

What is Botox?

Botox contains a neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium. Although some people may be intimidated by these terms, rest assured that the treatment is extremely safe, as the materials are FDA-approved and have been used successfully for decades.

 

What are the effects of Botox?

Botox works by paralyzing the muscles that contract to create wrinkles and creases. In simple terms, muscles secrete a chemical called acetylcholine that causes contraction—botox blocks acetylcholine production, effectively stopping these wrinkle-creating movements and making you look younger!

 

What does the treatment entail?

Treatment is simple, for all that it requires is for our doctor to inject the problem areas with Botox. Although it is an easy process, solely a licensed professional, like the ones at our East Greenwich, Narragansett, Westerly, and Barrington offices, should administer the treatment.

 

What does Botox treat?

The most common problem areas include crow's feet, smile lines, and laugh lines. After Botox treatment, you will start to notice smoother skin within about two-to-four days and should last about three-to-four months. Additionally, Botox is a unique cosmetic procedure in that it has almost no downtime and doesn't take long to be completed. Most people can even go right back to work right after treatment!

One last great thing about Botox is that it is almost entirely painless! However, if you are especially concerned about needles, our doctor can also use a topical cream to help numb the area and eliminate any discomfort.

 

Interested?

If you wish to learn more about Botox, please dial (401) 471-3376 to contact one of your dermatologists at any of the following offices: East Greenwich, Narragansett, Westerly, and Barrington, RI.

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