You’ve Got Botox Questions, We Have Answers

Let’s examine a few common questions and we’ll provide some simple answers to help you get started.

How long will Botox effects stick around? The effects of Botox will start to become noticeable mere days after having the procedure performed. Patients will begin to see the full effects in about or so and most patients can expect them to last for about four months.

Is Botox a migraine solution? While not exactly a migraine solution, some patients say Botox provides some migraine relief. However, if you’re specifically looking to Botox for its potential in relieving this disorder, you’ll need to consult with a specialist such as a neurologist.

Does Botox automatically cause a “frozen” look? No. The looks you often see on reality shows do not necessarily reflect the effects of Botox. A licensed professional with years of experience in cosmetic procedures will collaborate closely with you to create a look where the skin appears plump yet natural, avoiding the often seen effect on television where a person’s face doesn’t change regardless of their expression.

The information above is brought to you by Peter Martinez-Noda (PMN) Health and Wellness Center, a clinic providing services such as family medicine Miami, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, weight management therapy, a medical spa, and more. We have more than two decades of experience and we strive to provide an optimum level of care to patients in a welcoming, professional environment. For more information on our anti-aging clinic Miami, our services, or if you have any questions, please call 786-284-5870 or visit our website to book an appointment online.


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