Botox Before and After Images*
The fantastic transformation exhibited in these Botox before and after images establishes how well this cosmetic filler turns back the clock to rejuvenate a person’s appearance. As with any cosmetic injection, results may vary. * However, the persons portrayed in these before and after images are literal patients, displaying genuine results.
What is Botox Made of?
Botox consists of a protein derivative called Botulinum Toxin. This protein acts as a neuromodulator. It blocks signals from the brain to the muscle, which commands a muscle to contract.
“Toxin” may sound intimidating, but Botox is possibly the most widely studied medical treatment in the world. This cosmetic treatment is proven safe and effective in more than 470 studies.
How Does it Work?
Botox reduces a type of wrinkling called dynamic wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles are the fine lines and creases that present after years of recurring muscle contractions that occur when we make facial expressions. Botox smooths out these expression lines by relaxing the underlying muscle.
Why Choose the Laser + Skin Institute?
Individuals living in New Jersey choose The Laser + Skin Institute to guarantee they get the best Botox results possible. The Laser + Skin Institute offers cosmetic injections from skilled medical professionals, including Dr. Lisa Breslauer and Jaclyn Perna PA-C. With the unparalleled experience of performing thousands of injections, these professionals have the skill and experience to ensure that you receive natural-looking facial rejuvenation.
How Much Does Botox Cost?
Many patients believe cosmetic injections are beyond their price range. They’re surprised to learn that Botox is affordable, and treatment plans customizable to any budget. Specific treatment plans are tailored to each patient’s needs and goals. Botox cost depends on various aspects of the patient’s treatment plan. These include the treatment area and the number of injections applied to obtain desired results.
¹ “Botulinum toxin injection for facial wrinkles.” Published in American Family Physician. Link.
² “When Is “Too Early” Too Early to Start Cosmetic Procedures?” Published in Jama Dermatology. Link.
³ “Long-term effects of botulinum toxin type A (Botox) on facial lines: a comparison in identical twins.” Published in Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. Link
⁴ “Treating glabellar lines with botulinum toxin type A-hemagglutinin complex: a review of the science, the clinical data, and patient satisfaction.” Published in Clinical Interventions in Aging. Link.
⁵ “An Evaluation of Use of Botulinum Toxin Type A in the Management of Dynamic Forehead Wrinkles – A Clinical Study.” Published in Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Link.