Frequently Asked Questions About Botox
Are all facial rejuvenation treatments surgical?
No, facial rejuvenation refers to a therapy that is used for cosmetic purposes with the intention of bringing back the young appearance of the human face. It is attainable through methods that do not involve surgery, as well as those that involve surgery. The level of detail and intrusiveness involved in each operation can vary.
What are the benefits of non-surgical facial rejuvenation?
- Quick, low-cost, and simple
There is no need to take time off work or fill out several documents in the days leading up to surgery. Furthermore, with each of these therapies, results can be seen in as little as three days.
- Reduced Harm, Reduced Pain, and Fast Recuperation
If you’re concerned about the potential side effects of plastic surgery, non-invasive alternatives are probably better for you. As an example, Botox has a much lower risk of side effects than face surgery. All it takes are a couple of little injections in the face.
- Great Results
Patients by the thousands have undergone these operations and emerged feeling better about their appearance, with few, if any, negative after-effects.
Who is a good candidate for non-surgical facial treatments?
Those who are just starting to see the first indications of facial aging are the ideal candidates for this procedure. Skin laxity, especially in the midface, and fine lines and wrinkles around the nose, lips, and chin can be indicative of this.
In addition, having reasonable expectations is a must if you want to get the most out of any cosmetic procedure.
How long will the results last?
The improvements from a non-surgical facial rejuvenation can last anywhere from three months to two years or even longer, depending on the type of filler that was used, how well you care for your skin, and how quickly your face continues to age.
How soon will I see results?
The effects can be instantaneous or gradual, depending on the procedure of your choice.