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Botox for hyperhidrosis

Botox treats excessive sweating by blocking the nerves that activate the sweat glands. Results typically last for approximately four months. Many insurance companies will help cover the costs of treatment. Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating, is a common disorder that affects approximately 2.8% of the U.S. population, according to figures published in the Journal of the American Academy of…

Botox for crows feet

Botox treats crow’s feet by paralyzing the facial muscles around your eyes that cause wrinkles. The procedure takes less than 30 minutes. Results last for about three or four months. Botox is not suitable for patients with deep crow’s feet. Crow’s feet are the fine lines that radiate out from the corners of the eyes. They are often the first…

Botox for migraines

Botox is a preventative treatment for chronic migraines. It is suitable for patients who experience 15 or more headache days per month. Most people need a few treatment cycles before they see results. Many insurance companies will help cover the costs of treatment. Everyone gets a headache every now and then. But for some, headaches are more than an occasional…

Botox for TMJ

Botox can help treat many of the symptoms associated with TMJ. Botox should only be considered after exploring conventional TMJ treatments. Botox for TMJ may not be covered by insurance because it is not FDA approved. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder affects the hinge that connects the upper and lower jaw. It can cause severe headaches, chronic pain, and make it…

botox lip flip

A Botox lip flip can create the illusion of more voluminous lips. The effect is much more subtle than conventional lip fillers. Results last approximately three to four months. Lip augmentation has grown increasingly popular in recent years as people around the world look for ways to achieve a fuller, plumper pout. While lip augmentation is usually performed with hyaluronic…

Botox and Science

While side effects can occur in anyone, regardless of age or other health risks, Botox remains overwhelmingly safe. There have been no reported cases of people contracting botulism from Botox injections used in professional clinical situations. No one has ever died from Botox for cosmetic purposes. Patients with certain medical conditions including specific allergies, skin conditions, or urinary tract problems…

Botox vs. Dysport

Dysport and Botox are injectable treatments used to improve the appearance of facial wrinkles. Both products last for approximately three to four months. Dysport is considerably more diluted than Botox. They are similarly priced. Dysport and Botox are injectable products used cosmetically to treat wrinkles and fine lines. The two products have a lot in common, but there are some…

Dark circles under eyes

As you age, your body loses the ability to rapidly produce collagen and elastin proteins causing under eye wrinkles There are many in office treatments that can help treat under eye wrinkles Your at home anti-aging skin care regimen should always include treatment options that encourage the production of collagen and strengthen the skin What are under eye wrinkles? Under…

Botox Brow Lift Vs. Brow Lift

Botox can accomplish many things, but it’s not a perfect substitute to surgery. Although Botox may lift the brow, it will not tighten the skin. Recovery time may be longer, but a surgical brow lift produces more dramatic results. Introducing the brow lift Even if you generally shy away from surgery, you should still give some consideration to this option.…

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