Cleveland Surgeon Smoothes Wrinkles with Botox
The most popular areas that are treated with Botox are the forehead and medial brow areas as well as the “crow’s feet” areas. By paralyzing the muscle underneath the wrinkles in these areas, a smoothing of these areas is achieved. Unfortunately the results are temporary because the effect wears off after three to four months. With repeated injections the effect lasts longer, but if a permanent result is desired, a surgical technique is preferred, and in the long-run may also be more cost effective. It is sometimes a good idea to try Botox to see if a permanent removal of the muscle is something that you would like. It is a simple nonsurgical procedure that is done in the office without any downtime.
Botox is also useful for modifying the muscles around the mouth. Using small doses, the muscles that cause aging changes can be weakened. Botox also helps to relieve Migraine Headaches for some people.