The English language is constantly evolving. Over the past few years, we have seen a number of new words added to the English lexicon. Most of these are related to technology, but there have been a few new words that have come as a result of medical advances. One word that is relatively new to the English language is BOTOX®. Even though it is a newcomer to the language, this is a term that the vast majority of people in Western society are familiar with. BOTOX® has made a name for itself as an effective way to help men and women who are struggling with dynamic wrinkles to get their wrinkles under control and maintain their youthful appearance.
A few years ago, the common belief was that BOTOX® was something that was used by the rich and the famous, or it was something that only women could use. However, over the past few years, the perceptions about who can and who cannot use BOTOX® have changed drastically.
Now BOTOX® is one of the most common non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed around the world. It is used by both men and women, rich and poor, and everyone in between who wants to do something to regain or to maintain their youthful appearance.
You might be asking yourself if you are a good candidate for BOTOX®. There are some basic things to consider if you are thinking using this product. First and foremost, you are a good candidate if there is something about your appearance that you don’t like. If what is bothering you are wrinkles on your forehead, wrinkles around your eyes or wrinkles along the side of your mouth, then it is likely that you are a good BOTOX® candidate.
Even though this treatment is non-surgical, it is a medical procedure. As with all medical procedures, to have the best outcome, you need to be in good health. Make sure to talk to our cosmetic surgeon about your medical history and any medications you are taking.
To get the best results from this treatment, you need to have a clear and realistic idea in your mind of what BOTOX® can do for you and what it cannot do for you. BOTOX® is designed to address dynamic wrinkles. These are the wrinkles that develop on your face when you make facial expressions. BOTOX® will not work on static wrinkles. These are the wrinkles that develop in your face as a result of a loss of facial volume.
For good candidates, BOTOX® can be a virtual game changer. It can address dynamic wrinkles and can give you the confidence you need to continue enjoying your life.
To determine if this treatment can benefit you, make an appointment at MD Age Management. We are located in Winter Park and also serve the Orlando area. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.