Botox Remains the Best Method for Reducing the Appearance of Unwanted Frown Lines

Those frown lines that form above your brow can deepen as you age, when you squint into the sun, and even when you smile. These same actions also cause creases to develop around your eyes, more commonly known as crow’s feet.

If you’re increasingly unhappy with your appearance as these creases and lines become more severe, Soudabeh Ahadi, MD, provides in-office Botox® injections – still the right solution for moderate to severe frown lines and crow’s feet.

What makes Botox different

For many injectable cosmetic treatments, you actually receive injections of small amounts of gel-like substances, such as hyaluronic acid, into your skin. These materials plump the skin to smooth out wrinkles and fill in areas of lost volume.

Botox works differently from other injectables. Created from a purified form of botulinum toxin, Botox causes a temporary paralysis in the muscles responsible for forming frown lines and crow’s feet.

Dr. Ahadi customizes your treatment, placing injections of Botox into precise areas of your brow and face to target only the intended muscles. These injections force the muscles to relax, making wrinkles and lines disappear.

Not only is Botox effective at giving you a more youthful appearance, the results can last for several months. Your custom treatment plan ensures your results look natural and you’ll still be able to smile and move your face as you normally would.

Additionally, Botox works like no other treatment because it is the only treatment approved by the FDA for addressing moderate to severe forehead lines and crow’s feet.

The power of injectables

While Botox can address the deep-set lines on the upper part of your face, Dr. Ahadi also offers other injectable treatments to address wrinkles and creases in your cheeks and around your nose.

In fact, when Dr. Ahadi combines Botox with dermal fillers, she gives you a modern-day facelift without a single incision.

As Botox takes care of the crow’s feet and frown lines, dermal fillers like Juvederm® can plump up your skin and replace areas where you’ve lost volume, giving you a more vibrant, fresh look and a boost to your confidence.

Predictable results and no downtime

Botox injections take just a few minutes to complete and you can begin to see significant results within a day or two. You don’t have to worry about time off from work to recover. Since injections are quick, you can even schedule your Botox treatment on your lunch break.

Based on Dr. Ahadi’s treatment plan, Botox delivers predictable results that look natural and there’s no risk for scarring. You’ll never look overdone or that your face is frozen, and your results will surely give you something to smile about.

To help you maintain your youthful looks, Dr. Ahadi can recommend follow-up injections every few months and safely deliver satisfying results each time.

If you’re ready to erase those frown lines and crow’s feet and let your younger self shine through, schedule a Botox consultation at Monroe OB/GYN by calling the office today, or obtain more information by completing the online contact form.  

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