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Reduce the Appearance of Lines and Wrinkles with BOTOX

Fine lines and wrinkles are usually the first signs of facial aging that appear. These creases tend to be most prominent in the areas of the face that experience a lot of movement. For instance, you may notice crow’s feet or frown lines forming whenever your face is in a state of motion. BOTOX is a popular injectable cosmetic that can smooth these lines out. With a single, in-office treatment, you can dramatically reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles for months at a time.

How BOTOX® Minimizes Dynamic Wrinkling

Motion-related creases are commonly referred to as dynamic wrinkles. These are lines that are most evident when people are smiling, frowning, or using their facial muscles to make other expressions. BOTOX is an injectable that can affect movement in select facial areas by temporarily relaxing the local muscles. Once injected into the face, this solution will block nerve messages that control the targeted muscle groups. Best of all, because we will only be using very minute amounts of this injectable to achieve the desired effects, you’ll retain the ability to communicate a diverse range of emotions via facial expression.

Why Choose BOTOX®?

BOTOX® is currently one of the most popular anti-aging treatments in the world. This injectable is fast-acting, safe and FDA-approved. Patients love the fact that these injections take just minutes to complete.

Can BOTOX® Help You Achieve Your Cosmetic Goals?

Despite what many people think, BOTOX® is not a cure-all for all forms of facial aging. Given the nature of this injectable, it is suitable for minimizing the appearance of dynamic wrinkles. With that being said, it can be safely used in conjunction with a number of other procedures like dermal filler injections. Ultimately, the best way to determine whether BOTOX® can help you reach your cosmetic goals is by scheduling a consultation at Bentley Skincare & Wellness & Wellness in Springfield. Contact our office today to arrange an appointment and get started.

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