Sometimes men and women want to smooth out their wrinkles without having to undergo a full surgical facial rejuvenation. Neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are some of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures for wrinkles because they are effective, safe, and can be performed quickly with no downtime. Neuromodulators work by relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles, allowing the skin to smooth out and prevent future wrinkles as well. Plus, this wrinkle reducer has many other uses, including stopping excessive sweating, reducing a gummy smile, reducing chronic migraines, and helping to reduce bruxism.
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Dysport is a newer neuromodulator which performs the same wrinkle reducing functions as Botox. Dysport has a tendency to spread slightly further than Botox, making it good for treating larger areas of wrinkles, and it produces results slightly faster and may last longer in many patients. Dysport for wrinkles can also potentially help patients who have a resistance against Botox.
Botox is the original neuromodulator used to help reduce and prevent wrinkles. It is very popular among both men and women to help subtly rejuvenate the face through smoothing out dynamic wrinkles. Botox has been in use for years, and is one of the safest and most effective wrinkle reducing procedures available when performed by a skilled professional in Charlotte.
Botox for Gummy Smile
A gummy smile is when the top lip exposes too much of the upper gums when smiling. Many people who suffer from a gummy smile do not like how they look when smiling, and may take care to keep their mouth closed or may try not to smile much at all. Luckily, Botox for a gummy smile can be very effective in the right candidate, and you can smile with confidence again. Please contact our Charlotte facial plastic facility today to learn more!
Botox for Excess Underarm Sweating
Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating, is a condition that affects many men and women and can be highly embarrassing, especially in social situations. A person with hyperhidrosis sweats more than usual, and in situations that normally would not produce sweat. Normal over the counter antiperspirants can’t stop this sweating, and it may cause anxiety or self-confidence issues. Botox for excessive sweating of the underarms is FDA approved, and can be a great option for the right candidate.
Botox for Migraine Headaches
Chronic migraines can be debilitating, and can also be difficult to treat effectively. Botox can be an option for people suffering from chronic migraines when other treatments have not been effective. Botox for reducing chronic migraines is FDA approved, and can potentially help reduce the number of migraines suffered in a month.
Botox for Teeth Grinding
Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a condition in which the jaw clenches too tightly at night, causing the teeth to grind and also resulting in problems such as tension headaches, jaw aches, and wearing down of the teeth. Botox can potentially help reduce bruxism by relaxing the jaw muscles enough that they don’t clench up at night.
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History of this Wrinkle Injection Treatment
Botox is a purified version of botulinum toxin, which was first discovered in the 1800s after it led to a series of deaths. It wasn’t until the 1950s that it began to be studied as a medicine, then in the 1970s as a treatment for strabismus, or cross-eyes. Following this treatment, it was used to treat eye spasms (blepharospasm). Finally, in 1990, it was discovered as a wrinkle reducer, and from then on it was used cosmetically for this wrinkles, although it wasn’t FDA approved for the treatment of wrinkles until 2002. Now, it is one of the most commonly used cosmetic treatments available for wrinkles!
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