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Mar
2016

Will I Need To Get Botox After My Facelift?

Botox and facelifts rejuvenate different areas of the face, and the effects of Botox are short-term whereas facelifts are long-term. It’s really a matter of personal preference–you may find the facelift is best on its own and that non-surgical rejuvenation is unnecessary, but you do always have the option to supplement your facelift with Botox for a full-face treatment. How do Facelifts Help? Facelifts can be any combination of excess skin removal, tightening of the underlying muscle, and repositioning of the skin. This procedure is particular effective on people with excess skin that’s lost some of its elasticity. Issues that are best corrected by facelifts include: under eye wrinkles that have formed deep lines in the face deep forehead creases that are visible even when there’s no expression on the face drooping eyebrows that form pouches overhanging the eyes sagging cheeks visible folds between the nose and cheeks All these…


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11
Jan
2016

4 Ways to Ensure Your BOTOX COSMETIC® Results Look Natural

A large majority of women and men who visit medi spas in and around Montreal want BOTOX COSMETIC® injections. When performed by a skilled cosmetic surgeon, Botox can be an inexpensive, noninvasive way to reduce the visible signs of the aging process. However, too much of even a good thing can be just that; too much. While a bad Botox treatment will correct itself with the passage of time, it’s best to avoid any mistakes since they’ll make you stand out for all of the wrong reasons. Fortunately, you can easily avoid an unnatural look! The first step starts with finding a reputable, experienced injector, but below are a few additional ways you can keep your appearance looking natural. 1. Less Is More If you want to get Botox without looking as though you’ve had Botox, the trick is to get less of the product than you believe you actually…


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27
Nov
2015

Will Botox Help To Improve Your Skin’s Health?

Botox injections are designed to paralyze your facial muscles so that the face attains a more youthful appearance. The latest research suggests that Botox can actually improve the skin’s health by reversing the ageing effects. Botox treatment helps the skin to become more flexible. Apparently, the primary manner in which Botox helps the skin is by stimulating the production of the proteins elastin and collagen, which helps promote healthy looking skin. Botox treatment would be particularly helpful for older individuals, as ageing decreases the levels of collagen and elastin in your skin. Researchers do not fully understand the relationship between Botox treatment, its paralysing effect on the facial muscles, and the resulting increase in elasticity. However, they could not find any link between Botox treatment and swelling or muscle contraction. It is possible that collagen and elastin somehow respond to Botox treatment. Botox may also contain antioxidants that affect the…


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12
Oct
2015

Can Botox Cure Sinus Headaches?

Botox is a neurotoxin produced by a bacteria called Clostridium botulism that grows in canned food that has not been sterilized correctly and causes botulism. This toxin paralyses nerves and prevents them from releasing acetylcholine that blocks muscles and stops them from contracting which is also known as paralysis. Botox has been used for therapeutic treatments from wrinkle reduction to pain elimination. It is also useful for treating facial spasms and tics and spasticity for those who suffer from cerebral palsy. It was discovered that Botox is also an effective treatment of headaches by accident. Botox was being injected in the forehead and brow of patients and was found to be useful as a preventative measure for headaches. The injection of Botox for headaches is recommended for adults who suffer from chronic migraines if they have those episodes 15 days out of every month or if those headaches last longer…


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May
2015

Botox vs Facelift: Which do You Need?

With so many options on the market for facial rejuvenation, it can be hard to even know which procedures to ask about when you go in for a consultation. While most cosmetic surgeons will work with you to ensure you get the correct procedure to achieve the results you want, sometimes patients come in insisting that they want Botox injections when they would really be better served by a traditional facelift. In order to help these patients figure out what they need, we are going to take a look at these two treatments, how they work, and what they can offer you. Botox One of the most highly sought and well-known injectables on the market, Botox is a neuromuscular toxin used to treat active facial lines. It’s injected directly into the areas of the face where fine lines and wrinkles are known to form – commonly around the mouth and…


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