BOTOX® has forever changed the way that people look at aging. It allows people to address fine lines and wrinkles in a dramatic way without surgery. It has allowed more people than ever to turn back the hands of time and reverse or at least slow down some of the premature effects of aging.
What Exactly Does BOTOX® Do?
For all of the talk about BOTOX®, people still have a lot of questions about what exactly it does to minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Basically, BOTOX® is a purified protein solution. This product has the ability to interfere with the nerve signals sent to the muscles in your face that contract when you make certain facial expressions. Since these muscles are not able to contract, they start to relax. As they relax, the wrinkles on your skin that are caused by muscle contractions also relax.
It is important to note that BOTOX® is designed to work on wrinkles caused by muscle contraction. These wrinkles are referred to as dynamic wrinkles. During a consultation at our office, we can help you determine what type of wrinkles you have and whether or not this treatment can be used to address them.
Benefits of BOTOX® Over Surgery
For the vast majority of people battling with dynamic wrinkles, BOTOX in Scottsdale is a safe and effective alternative to surgery. It is a minimally-invasive procedure that produces dynamic results. And the results last for months.
When you have a surgical procedure done to address wrinkles or any other skin issue or any issue associated with aging, there is downtime involved. The recovery process usually requires time off of work and severe discomfort. This isn’t the case with BOTOX®. You can return to work or your everyday activities immediately following the treatment session. And the treatments can be repeated at our office for ongoing benefits.
Contact Us Today to Learn More
BOTOX® is a simple and effective way to minimize the appearance of dynamic wrinkles. During a consultation at Aesthetic Assets in Scottsdale, you can get all the facts about this treatment and how it may be used in your case. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment to learn more!