Will Botox Results Look Natural?

People considering botox treatment generally want results that look completely natural, because they don’t want it to be obvious they’ve had botox. Ideally, botox should refresh the appearance and give the face a subtle lift, but if it is not administered correctly, it can result in a frozen-faced, unnatural look.

What exactly is botox?

Botox is the brand name for botulinum toxin type A, which is a neurotoxin that is made from the bacterium clostridium botulinum. Botox is used to address forehead wrinkles, frown lines, and crow’s feet. It works by blocking the release of the neurotransmitter from the nerves that causes the muscles to contract.

Will botox results look natural?

Everyone knows what ‘bad botox’ looks like, and since reversing it is impossible, it’s important to prevent it from happening in the first place. In order to get relaxed, natural looking results with botox, it is essential to choose a qualified injector that has the expertise to administer botox properly.

Botox results will look natural if:

  • The botox provider has the necessary skill and expertise. Patients should choose a skilled, experienced botox provider, preferably a board certified plastic surgeon, dermatologist, or physician assistant. It’s also a good idea to ask questions during the consultation, and review before-and-after pictures of past botox patients.
  • The right amount of botox is used. The physician should carry out a thorough assessment of the patient’s features. This will determine the amount of botox that needs to be injected to achieve a naturally lifted look.
  • Botox is correctly placed. Botox is a very precise drug that must be injected in the correct location to get natural results.

Are you interested in botox facial rejuvenation treatment?

If you are in Toronto or Mississauga, ON, contact Skinatomy Laser Clinic for a consultation.

You can reach them at www.skinatomylaserclinic.com, or by calling (647) 557-2730 (Toronto) or (289) 216-3196 (Mississauga).

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