Why Botox Remains the Number 1 Solution for Banishing Crow’s Feet and Frown Lines

If you’re unhappy with your appearance because of deep-set wrinkles and creases across your brow, you can find nonsurgical solutions at More MD at one of our three conveniently located offices in Prescott, Surprise, and Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Our aesthetic specialists follow a customized treatment plan to treat wrinkles and other flaws that prematurely age you.

In addition to dermal fillers like Juvéderm®, the team offers injections of Botox® to reverse the hands of time while maintaining natural-looking results.

Why you have frown lines and crow’s feet

Years of squinting into the sun and laughing take a toll on the muscles and skin above and around your eyes. Over time, the muscles remain contracted and cause the appearance of wrinkles along the brow line and eye creases that range from mild to severe.

Your skin also loses collagen, an essential protein for healthy, youthful skin. This makes your skin loose and saggy, causing you to look older than your years.

If you’re not ready for surgery to treat age-related skin changes the effect your self-confidence, you may be the ideal candidate for therapy with Botox.

The facts behind Botox’s popularity

Botox is the first and only Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved treatment for moderate-to-severe frown lines and crow’s feet. Based on a treatment plan our aesthetic team creates for your unique needs, Botox injections can smooth out wrinkles and lines, even in the delicate areas around your eyes without complications or the need for downtime.

The prescription medicine in Botox injections is made from a purified form of the botulinum toxin. In specific doses into the contracted muscles, Botox temporarily paralyzes muscle activity. This relaxes the contractions, eliminating the severity of wrinkles and creases for the long term.

What to expect during your Botox treatments

Your More MD provider takes the time to discuss your expectations for treatment and reviews your medical history before recommending Botox. They create a treatment plan that addresses the wrinkles, lines, and creases on the upper area of your face to achieve the most natural-looking, long-lasting results.

You receive a series of injections along your brow line and eyes during your in-office treatment. Your provider can use a topical anesthetic to keep you comfortable during the procedure. Most treatments are complete in 10 minutes or less.

Get immediate and long-term results with Botox injections

By using the power of Botox, you can safely eliminate crow’s feet and frown lines without needing incisions or surgery.  Many people enjoy the immediate benefit of Botox and see a significant decrease in the severity of their wrinkles following their injections.

Your results continue to improve over the next 48 hours as your muscles continue to relax, and your skin smooths out. Because Botox isn’t filler, your results never look overdone.

Botox can help you retain your smoother, younger-looking skin for four months or longer and customized maintenance injections ensure you retain your wrinkle-free appearance.

To find out how Botox can work for you, schedule an aesthetic consultation at More MD today using the online booking feature or by calling the office.

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