Botox® with a Patient Focused Approach

Updated: Sep 16

38 years ago, a Vancouver doctor pioneered the use of Botox® for cosmetic purposes. Since then, Botox® has become one of the world’s most common cosmetic procedures.

Botox® Cosmetic is a product that can soften frown lines (vertical lines between the eyebrows), crow’s feet and the horizontal lines that run across the forehead. It is a purified protein that is injected into the muscles giving your face a more refreshed appearance.


Commonly in my practice, I hear from first time patients concerns about not looking like themselves. I always reassure them that Botox® Cosmetic is intended to enhance your look and not change it. Patients can still smile, frown, and be expressive. The treatment is quick and easy, with no downtime.


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During a 2014 InStyle interview, Sofia Vergara was asked how she feels about Botox®. "If it makes you happier and more confident, then why not? But I also think you have to do your research, so you know what to expect—that you'll look fresher but not necessarily younger. I don't want to age, but hey, what can you do? It's a natural process. I'm trying to do it gracefully."


Finding an experienced provider is key in any procedure that you do. Botox® should not be any different.






Reference

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267899969_A_Multicenter_Randomized_Double-Blind_Placebo-Controlled_Study_to_Evaluate_the_Efficacy_and_Safety_of_Repeated_OnabotulinumtoxinA_Treatments_in_Subjects_With_Crow%27s_Feet_Lines_and_Glabellar_Lines


Carruthers, Jean & Rivkin, Alexander & Donofrio, Lisa & Bertucci, Vince & Somogyi, Christine & Lee, Elisabeth & Lei, Xiaofang & Schiele, Dawn & Beddingfield, Frederick. (2013). A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Repeated OnabotulinumtoxinA Treatments in Subjects With Crow's Feet Lines and Glabellar Lines. Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al.]. 41. 10.1097/DSS.0000000000000357

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