BOTOX, FIILERS & INJECTIONS FOR MEN
Facial aging occurs in three distinct ways: environmental (UV damage), gravitational, and dynamic. Muscles of facial expression can cause premature wrinkling of the skin in the process of dynamic facial aging. The process begins in one’s 30s and is first seen in the upper third of the face. Fine lines develop around the eyes (crows feet), across the forehead, and between the eyes (glabella). These lines deepen with repeated contraction of these muscles of facial expression.
Botox in men is distinctively different than Botox in women. The muscles of facial expression are more pronounced in men, therefore, more product is necessary to provide a good result. The male brow aesthetics are different than the female brow which arches in the lateral third. The male brow is straight and attempting to arch the brow can femineze the face. For deeper lines between the brows, a filler can be used with botox to alleviate these lines which can make a male patient appear tired or angry.
Botox is the most common cosmetic procedure performed in the United States. We are one of top Allergan Botox provides in Cypress, TX, with top injector Nurse Practitioner on staff to personally performs all Botox and Filler injections cosmetic procedures.
What Does Botox Do?
Botox For Wrinkles
When used cosmetically, we use the shorthand Botox, but it is more specifically called Botox Cosmetic, as it has so many uses beyond fine lines and wrinkles When you receive Botox Cosmetic (in case that word scares you, don’t let it, it’s just a word after all) it basically works like a magic wand that relaxes the fine lines and wrinkles of the face to make you look younger, pleasant, relaxed — whatever you want to call it. Botox Cosmetic is also FDA-approved for more areas than any of its competitors (such as Xeomin and Dysport). Botox Cosmetic can be used to treat the forehead, crows feet (the lines by the outer eye area) as well as the corrugator supercilii which are the muscles that cause the Glabellar Lines, or “U” shaped lines or even the “Elevens” that fall between furrowed brows. Others are not approved for all three, which makes Botox Cosmetic the “Gold Standard” among Medical Spas like MINTbody.
Botox For Excessive Sweating
A lot of guys hear Botox and their mind goes to freezing away wrinkles, and that makes sense given it IS the reason everyone chose to address it here but another common use for this friendly toxin is treating Hyperhidrosis, or excess sweat, by reducing sweating from the palms or underarms. Some guys sweat a little, other guys sweat a lot. Botox offers a huge relief to those guys who lack confidence when shaking hands or even when simply wearing shirts. This is because much like how the face muscles get paralyzed keeping wrinkles from forming a muscle memory, there is a similar action with the sweat glands helping cease overproduction. And just like how Botox is temporary in the face, it is in the palms and underarms as well. That means if you’re scared to try it because of the risk of excess sweating elsewhere (which isn’t really a big problem) then you know you’ll only have to sweat it out a few months.
Botox For Chronic Migraines
Using Botox for pain relief isn’t new, it’s actually why the toxin exists in the first place. No, you won’t get prescribed Botox if you have a headache, and no, you can’t get Botox in your forehead to relieve migraines. Botox is reserved for use on people with chronic migraines, which translates to 15 or more migraines a month with the average lasting over four hours. What you may not know is that Botox began in the late 1970s by relieving pain associated with Strabismus, a painful condition of the eye muscles (hence its early discovery to lessen crow’s feet). FDA approved in 2010 for specific use in preventing chronic migraines, the efficacy rate of using Botox to treat chronic migraines is high — really high.
Botox For Tightened Muscles
Using Botox for Spasticity resulting from Multiple Sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, or adults with Cerebral Palsy has helped numerous men and women live more comfortable and productive lives. The American Association of Neurological Surgeons estimates there are an estimated 12 million Americans suffering from spasticity.
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