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BOTOX® for Facial Lines
& Wrinkles

BOTOX® is a safe, effective, and FDA-approved way to help you look and feel younger and refreshed. It’s why it’s one of the most popular injectable skin treatments today. And it’s why doctors consider it the gold standard for the treatment of lines and wrinkles. In a procedure that takes just minutes, BOTOX® can start to improve the look of moderate to severe lines, creases, and wrinkles on the face and neck.


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How Does Botox Help?

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Botox works by blocking signals from the nerves to the muscles. When the nerves are blocked, the facial muscles are unable to contract. This helps reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and even deep creases as it helps relax the muscles of the face. Botox is made from sources found in nature and includes minimal amounts of a purified form of botulinum toxin protein.


Where Is Botox Used on the Face?

Cosmetic Botox treatments are most often used to treat lines around the eyes (crow’s feet), frown lines between the eyebrows, and forehead lines. Botox is also used to treat lines around the lips, the chin, the corner of the mouth, and even the neck.


How Does a Botox Procedure Work?

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Botox is a non-surgical treatment that usually takes just a few minutes to perform. Our expert cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Do, is one of the best Botox doctors in Houston. He uses a fine needle to inject Botox into problem facial areas. Unlike with dermal filler and cosmetic surgery, the needle is not painful and causes only minor discomfort.


Is Botox Dangerous?

No, for fine lines and wrinkles, Botox is safe and effective, and complications are rare. The most common side effect is temporary bruising.


Is It Painful?

No, aestheticians or cosmetic surgeons use a fine needle for the procedure. You’ll feel a prick during the injection, which most patients say causes minor discomfort but no pain.


When Can I Go Back to Work?

Most people can return to work or school immediately after Botox treatment. You may have a little bit of swelling near the injection site after the procedure, but this usually goes away within an hour or two.


How Can I Avoid the “Frozen Face” Look?

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The stiff facial expressions some people develop after Botox is not normal or typical. It happens when Botox injections aren’t performed properly. When you have your injections done by a reputable, experienced aesthetician—like Dr. Do at Aesthetic Surgery Institute—you will not end up looking frozen or stiff. You’ll look relaxed, refreshed, and more youthful.


How Long Does Botox Last?

The effects of Botox generally last for three to four months. Lines and wrinkles will gradually begin to reappear and will require additional treatments. But because Botox helps train the muscles to relax over time, lines and wrinkles may actually begin to fade with repeated injections. This means you may need fewer injections over time.


Does Botox Reduce Fine Lines And Wrinkles?

It helps to understand the two types of wrinkles: dynamic and static.

Dynamic wrinkles develop from repeated muscle contractions when you laugh, smile, and squint. You’ll see them mostly around the lips, between the eyes, at the outer corners of the eyes (crow’s feet), and on the forehead. Everyone has these wrinkles, but they become more noticeable as you age. Botox effectively treats these wrinkles by making them less noticeable.

Static fine lines and wrinkles are a bit different. They develop when collagen protein fibers just beneath the surface of the skin start to become thin from aging and sun damage. When collagen fibers become thinner, facial skin can sag and stretch. This is what leads to fine lines and wrinkles. Botox doesn’t erase these fine lines, but there are other ways to treat them. Dr. Do will let you know about other treatments that can effectively tackle fine lines and wrinkles.


Who Can Get Cosmetic Botox Treatment?

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Men and women between the ages of 18 and 65 who are not pregnant or breastfeeding (women) and who do not have a neurological disease (e.g., epilepsy, multiple sclerosis) are usually good candidates for Botox cosmetic treatments.


Are There Any Side Effects?

The most common side effect is temporary minor bruising. Some patients might develop a headache, but it’s not common. Although it’s rare, some patients may develop temporary eyelid drooping, which happens when the injected Botox moves around. It’s important to avoid rubbing the treated area for at least 12 hours after the injection. Allergic reactions (e.g., itching, rash, red itchy welts, wheezing, dizziness, or feeling faint) have been reported but are rare.


What Is The Cost Of Botox In Houston?

The cost of Botox injections varies depending on how many treatment areas you require. The average cost per treatment ranges from $150 to $600. Cosmetic Botox treatment isn’t usually covered by insurance, but Aesthetic Surgery Institute offers financing plans and is the center for the best Botox in Houston, TX.


How Much Is Botox For Smile Lines?

The cost of Botox treatment for wrinkles or Botox for fine lines around your smile depends on how many units of Botox are necessary for treatment.

For more information, call us for Botox in Houston prices. We’ll work with you to create a payment plan that works within your budget. Botox treatment is an investment in yourself—and you’re worth it.


Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

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Dr. Do and his team at Aesthetic Surgery Institute offer Botox in Houston and are ready to help you look and feel your best. Call us today at 832-769-0501 to schedule your free consultation for Botox injections in Houston.

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When will i
see the results?

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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person