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Important Facts to Know About Botox

When it comes to aesthetic enhancement treatments there are a ton of different options out there for individuals in need of improving unwanted signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines. From dermal fillers and more, the world of noninvasive treatments has seen tons of innovation over the years and while all these procedures are certainly very effective. According to the team at Miami Wellness, and Dr. Hamadiya, the top Botox specialist Brickell has to offer, one of the longest standing and most favorite procedures amongst the masses has got to be Botox Brickell patients of all ages are now having Botox done in record numbers. In years past Botox was almost exclusively seen as a procedure for the older crowd, and those that were far richer than the average person. However, as Botox has become far more mainstream, more and more everyday individuals are having Botox done – more so than ever before. In fact, according to recent studies done by some of the top aesthetic researchers, Botox accounts for more than half of all procedures around today. Despite how popular this procedure has become; many individuals are still relatively uneducated on the subject and have little to no knowledge of what Botox actually is and what it can help individuals to do. therefore, to help patients get the most from their procedures, in this article we will be exploring some of the most important facts about Botox Brickell patients need to know.

When it comes to injectables Brickell experts at Miami Wellness and the top Botox specialist Brickell has to offer, Dr. Hamadiya often recommend patients have Botox and dermal fillers done. And while dermal fillers have certainly become quite popular in recent years, such as Juvéderm and Restylane, Botox still reigns supreme and is at the top of the totem pole.

· Age Doesn’t Matter as Much as You Might Think

While it may seem like people are opting to get Botox and the like at an earlier age, there is no right or wrong time to begin treatment. As Dr. Hamadiya, the best Botox specialist Brickell has in practice reminds patients, no one needs Botox (or any cosmetic procedure for that matter). But, if you are interested and, in a position, to start early, neurotoxin injections can potentially have a preventative effect. Using Botox as a prevention method for wrinkles and other issues has become more popular than ever before! However, the fact still remains that when it comes to injectables Brickell experts and patients in their twenties and thirties will need less product than someone in their forties or fifties, but everyone will see results. Patients who already have lines require more units to decrease the movement and often need adjunct procedures like peels, fillers, and microneedling to remove the lines that are etched in. Someone in their twenties may use a fraction of the number of units to maintain ageless skin.

· Your Consultation is a Vital Part of the Procedure

As with any procedure, finding a provider that makes you feel comfortable and, in this case, matches your aesthetic is of the utmost importance. Booking a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist will help you get a sense of their work and bedside manner — and ensure that whatever you wish to have done is actually right for you. During your consult, an expert Doctor or expert will, assess the function of the muscles and see how exactly the different muscle groups contract and pull the skin, so that I know where to place the Botox. All of the muscles of the glabella (between the eyebrows), forehead, and around the eyes (crow’s feet) attach to the skin, which is why it causes wrinkling when they contract. Botoxreduces the muscle’s ability to contract fully, thereby reducing/removing the wrinkle.

· Alert Your Doctor of ALL Allergies and Other Issues

When it comes to Botox, its actually very tolerated by a large majority of the population for both cosmetic and therapeutic use, but it should be noted that diseases including Lambert-Eaton Syndrome, Myasthenia Gravis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and a few others are contraindicated. Additionally, allergies and meds should be considered.While your daily supplement regimen won’t preclude you from getting injected, it may play a role in your recovery. There are some supplements that potentially thin the blood, thereby making the chance of bruising — it is not very common but can occasionally occur.

For more information on Botox or having other procedures done, be sure to contact Miami Wellness today.




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