During the Coronavirus pandemic, many Botox patients are reporting that their treatment isn’t lasting as long as it has in the past. Dr. Carter was struggling to find an answer but then came to some interesting conclusions on why your Botox treatment may be affected by the world we live in today.
Nothing is more attractive than full lips. In fact, many of the clients who come to Medical Cosmetics request dermal fillers to enhance the appearance of their lips. During their consultation, we discover many of our clients do not need or want the more dramatic results achieved by fillers.
In this article, Dr. William A. Carter answers all of the most commonly received questions about our Botox treatment at Medical Cosmetics. Answers to these questions let me know how much additional information I will need to provide and whether or not Botox (or one of the other FDA approved botulinum toxin-A products) is the best option for their goal(s).
Botox is an FDA approved treatment that relaxes facial muscles giving you a much younger appearance. One question we are frequently asked is, how long does Botox last? Before we answer that, let’s discuss the many benefits and uses for this very effective treatment.
While you’ve likely heard of Botox, the term “baby Botox” might be new to you. Even though it has “baby” in the name, it doesn’t involve babies. The term is simply used to describe a lower dose of botulinum toxin injections and the trend is becoming a popular one in the aesthetics world.