Non-surgical treatments seem to have largely taken over as the go-to approach to reducing the signs of aging. We couldn’t be happier that the men and women who visit our Cincinnati office have options for loving the way they look. In fact, we are proud to be a part of the surgery-free movement toward beauty. One of the ways we can help you offset the changes that age has caused in your appearance is to erase lines and wrinkles with Botox.
Why Choose Botox
Here’s why Botox is such as beautiful treatment option . . .
- Proven safety record. One of the questions prevent many potential patients from leaping injectables at all is the matter of safety. The fact that Botox is described as a “toxin” doesn’t help. What we look at with Botox is the two decades of safe use. The botulinum toxin in this product is diluted and purified to such an extent that most patients experience nothing more than the slight redness and swelling that go with any injection.
- Results look natural. Sure, there was a time when a few treatments here and there were being performed by inexperienced injectors, resulting in a frozen look. Today, we know enough about proper technique to know that a small amount of product is all that is needed to make a beautiful change in the facial aesthetic. At this time, Botox is routinely used in both a corrective manner and in a preventive manner. Adults from 25 to 85 can benefit from personalized treatment that introduces just enough product to smooth concerns such as frown lines and forehead lines.
- It’s fast. Botox is fast regarding treatment and also regarding results. Even with a brief consultation to discuss the expected outcome, the average Botox treatment takes less than half an hour, in and out. Within about a week, the full extent of muscle relaxation is reached, and the face is wonderfully rejuvenated.
Schedule a Consultation
Do you have questions about Botox? Let’s talk! Call our Cincinnati office at 513.985.0850 to schedule a no-obligation consultation to discuss how we can help you age on your terms.