BOTOX® Cosmetic is one of our most popular injectable treatments. Used to treat facial wrinkles including fine lines, deep horizontal creases across the brow, furrows between the eyebrows, and crow’s feet, BOTOX® Cosmetic can smooth your skin for a more refreshed and youthful appearance. Dynamic wrinkles – or wrinkles that appear when you make facial expressions – are often the result of your underlying facial muscles involuntarily contracting. BOTOX® Cosmetic is composed of a neurotoxin that temporarily inhibits these muscles from contracting, resulting in a smoother, revitalized complexion.
Benefits of BOTOX® Cosmetic
BOTOX® Cosmetic can offer a wide range of benefits for our patients at Midland Plastic Surgery Center, including the reduction of these common signs of age:
- Fine lines
- Horizontal forehead wrinkles
- Crow’s feet
- Vertical furrows between the eyebrows
Dr. Kevin Cook uses his extensive knowledge of facial aesthetics to customize each BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment to meet your unique expectations. BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment can also be tailored for men or women to maintain a masculine or feminine appearance. To learn more about how BOTOX® Cosmetic can help you achieve your cosmetic goals, please schedule a consultation with Dr. Cook today.
BOTOX® Cosmetic Procedure and Results
Dr. Cook utilizes a series of carefully placed injections to give you a more youthful, relaxed look. A topical anesthetic can be applied to the injection sites to help ensure your comfort during the procedure. BOTOX® Cosmetic treatments typically last 15-30 minutes, and many of our patients have the procedure performed during their lunch hour. There is virtually zero downtime associated with BOTOX® injections, and the outcome can usually be seen within 5-7 days of your treatment. The results of BOTOX® Cosmetic will typically last three to four months, and the effects can be maintained with occasional “touch-up” treatments.
To learn more about BOTOX® Cosmetic, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Cook, please contact our office today.