If you suffer from facial wrinkles or lines such as crow’s feet or frown lines on your face, one treatment you may be considering is BOTOX® Sacramento. This treatment has become more and more popular over recent years. It is just one of the many treatments offered by the professionals at Kaniff Cosmetic Medical Center in Sacramento. However, although BOTOX® is commonly used these days for the treatment of facial lines to reduce the appearance of aging, there are many people that are still unfamiliar with exactly what it is and how it works.
What is BOTOX®?
This treatment is used to address the problem of facial lines and wrinkles, which affect us all as we get older. Many people use costly creams and products to try and achieve a younger appearance, but with the use of this treatment, you can avoid this expense and inconvenience, as it will tackle these issues with ease and speed.
How is it Administered?
When you have BOTOX®, it is administered via injection. Small injections are made into the facial muscles at various points on your face.
Are the Results Immediately Noticeable?
The result of your injections will not be noticeable straight away, as it can take around 24-48 hours for the treatment to get to work. However, after this time, you will see those wrinkles and lines start to disappear and your face will take on a far more youthful and fresher appearance.
What Sort of Recovery Period is Involved?
The good news is that when you have BOTOX®, there is no recovery time to concern yourself about. The only time you need to put aside is the time it takes to come to our clinic and get the injections administered.
Is it a Safe Treatment?
BOTOX® is a procedure that is approved for the treatment of facial lines and wrinkles. It is perfectly safe and the results can be astounding when the procedure is carried out by a trained and experienced professional.
Visiting Kaniff Cosmetic Medical Center
If you feel you could benefit from this type of treatment, talk to the experts at Kaniff Cosmetic Medical Center in Sacramento. We’d be happy to answer any other questions you might have about the treatment. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation!