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  • We start a Botox treatment by taking baseline photographs to monitor your progress.

  • These photographs are taken in several different positions,

  • with both a neutral expression and various facial expressions to determine the baseline level of wrinkles in the skin.

  • Then we clean the areas to be treated with alcohol to minimize the risk of infection after the Botox treatment.

  • In this demonstration, we start by treating the frown lines between the eyebrows with Botox.

  • These are most commonly treated with five injections in a V shaped pattern between the brows and along the forehead.

  • You will notice that we apply cold air with a special machine on the area being injected

  • to numb up the area and keep you comfortable during the Botox treatment.

  • The next area treated with Botox is the forehead where horizontal lines are seen when the eyebrows are raised.

  • The injection pattern here is more variable.

  • In this case we are doing four Botox injections across the forehead.

  • The final areas treated with Botox in this demonstration are the crow's feet,

  • the lines around the sides of the eyes that appear when we smile.

  • The typical injection pattern is three to four injections on either side of the eyes.

  • You will notice that we use a very fine needle to reduce pain and there is little to no bleeding during the Botox treatment.

  • After the Botox treatment, the areas are massaged to allow the protein to get into the muscles and relax them.

  • We complete the Botox treatment by applying sunscreen to protect the skin from the sun.

We start a Botox treatment by taking baseline photographs to monitor your progress.

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