What is the Difference Between Botox and Xeomin?

Botox has built up a credible reputation, thus getting the spotlight as a name for the treatment in general rather than just a brand name. However, there are a few different FDA-approved treatments: Botox, Xeomin, Dysport, and Juneau. 

 

The treatment itself, available with Botox at family medicine Miami, is classified as a neuromodulators treatment. Neuromodulators are drugs that potentiate the transmission of nerve impulses, but not as the means of transportation. Basically, it works to temporarily block the nerves of muscles in the face, ultimately helping prevent wrinkles and fine lines. 

 

So, how are Botox and Xeomin similar? Both are composed of botulinum toxin type A. This protein substance targets the appearance of wrinkles that are caused by repetitive expressions of the face, such as squinting your eyes, smiling, laughing, or frowning. Once they are injected into these areas, signals traveling from the nerves to the muscles are blocked, keeping them from contracting. 

 

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However, they do have some differences when it comes to their formula. Xeomin doesn't have the extra protein additive that Botox has. 

 

Both are effective ways to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but Botox has the best reputation. Botox has been around on an FDA- approved basis since 2002, and over the last 19 years, it has become the number one brand for this type of procedure. 

 

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