Botox FAQs with curated medical owner

The primary use of Botox is reducing the appearance of facial wrinkles. According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, Botox injections are the most popular cosmetic procedure nationwide. In 2016, over 7 million people had Botox treatments. The owner of Curated Medical spa in Scottsdale, Dr. Katie Mann answers some of the most FAQ's about Botox.

Where can I get botox injections?

People often request the injections in the following areas of the face:wrinkles between the eyebrows, called frown lines, glabellar lines, or elevens wrinkles around the eyes, known as crow’s feethorizontal creases in the foreheadlines at the corners of the mouth “cobblestone” skin on the chin, However, the FDA have only approved the injections for use around the eyes and on the forehead.

What should I consider Before my Botox Appointment?

Keep in mind ALWAYS discuss botox injections with your Health care professional before starting butoxy. It is always advised to discontinue any blood thinners for at least one week before your Botox injections. It is always advised to discontinue any blood thinners for at least one week before your Botox injections. Real Results Botox Cosmetic works by temporarily blocking nerve signals and muscle contractions. Immediately after having treatment with cosmetic Botox injections, you should be upright for the first four hours.

What is it compromised?

Botox is a brand name of a toxin made by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. This improves the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes and between the eyebrows. At Curated Medical we offer Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin injections to the patients who visit our AZ based practice and will help you to determine which injectable is right for you.

What is the cost of Botox?

The cost of Botox depends on various factors, including:whether it is for medical or cosmetic purposes who provides the treatmentwhere the treatment takes placethe number of Botox units involved. At curated med our botox typicalyl runs between $12-15 per IU, depending on specials.

How do I find a qualified botox provider? 

When considering Botox for any reason, it is crucial to make sure that the provider is a qualified professional with the appropriate training. For people looking to have cosmetic Botox, the American Academy of Facial Esthetics have a locator function that can help. Anyone who believes that Botox might help with a medical condition should speak with their doctor. Keep in mind, injections are a medical procedure. 

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