What happens after the injection procedure?

Three to seven days after the injection procedure, there should be a noticeable improvement to the appearance of your frown lines. Results of the treatment do vary from person to person, but we expect the effects to improve your appearance for up to four months....

What is the BOTOX® injection procedure?

The procedure starts with your dentist examining your ability to move certain muscles in your brow area and then determining where to administer the injections. The next step is administering the correct number of minuscule injections of BOTOX® directly into the...

Who can have BOTOX® treatment?

Your dentist is the professional who will decide if you are a suitable candidate for BOTOX®cosmetic treatments. The treatment will not begin until your dentist gathers information from you about your health and any medications that you are taking. You must disclose if...

What is BOTOX® used for?

BOTOX® is used as a non-surgical cosmetic treatment for frown lines if they are of moderate to severe intensity. People aged 18+ are typical users. Nerve transmissions are blocked by BOTOX® and this reduces, temporarily, contraction of facial muscles that are...

What is BOTOX®?

BOTOX® is the commercial trade name for Botulinum Toxin Type A, which is made from Clostridium Botulinum, a bacterium found in nature. In a clinical setting, BOTOX® is used in small doses to treat wrinkles, underarm sweating, chronic migraine, cervical dystonia,...