Stop Wrinkles Before They Start with Botox Injections
Many people in their early twenties to thirties have been receiving Botox injections as a preventative treatment, but does this really slow the process of fine lines and wrinkles forming? One registered nurse reported, “If you can’t move the muscle, you can’t move the skin. You can’t form a wrinkle.” Basically, if you’re able to move muscles, you could already be on your way to forming wrinkles. Botox injections are able to act as a preventative measure, even if you don’t show any visible signs at this point in your life.
Botox injections work by injecting the FDA approved treatment into muscles that cause these wrinkles. The injection causes the muscle to temporarily freeze, preventing fine lines or wrinkles from forming. Botox injections aren’t permanent and therefore cannot rid wrinkles for life, but they do create a softer, younger look without appearing like you’d had work done.
Botox injections can help improve:
• Laugh lines
• Nasolabial folds
• Frown line
• Crow’s feet
• Drooping eyebrows
• Deep forehead creases
According to Allergan, Botox’s manufacturer, Botox has been around for the past two decades, has been approved in roughly 80 countries, and is used to benefit 21 different indications in patients over the world. In the United States, Botox was approved by the FDA in 1989. Just last year, there were over 2 million Botox injections performed throughout the country. That being said, Botox injections are the #1 most sought-after nonsurgical medical aesthetic treatment.
As the leader in the medical aesthetics industry, we are dedicated to providing quality Botox injections. Our expert medical professionals consult with you to understand your skin care goals and concerns before giving treatment. We are dedicated to helping you achieve your desired results. As a facility, we have been around for a decade and have earned many outstanding reviews.
To learn more about Botox injections or National Laser Institute, please call 480.290.7333 for our Scottsdale, AZ location or 214.252.7800 for our Dallas, TX location.
Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.