Do you want to learn more about how you can rejuvenate your facial skin and achieve a younger, naturally beautiful appearance? Some Spa’s offer a range of skin care procedures designed to reinvigorate your youthful glow. To determine which procedure is right for you, review these differences between Botox and dermal fillers.
Botox is often referred to by medical spa professionals as a “facelift in a bottle.” With minimal pain and no downtime, this quick and effective procedure significantly reduces visible fine lines and wrinkles to give you a more youthful glow. Your medical team may recommend Botox both to treat existing problem areas and as a preventive measure to stop fine lines and wrinkles from creeping up. An experienced physician will ensure that your facial expressions are not affected, and patients are free to continue their daily activities immediately following their appointment. After your initial treatment, follow-up appointments are recommended every six to nine months to maintain your skin’s smoothness.
Injectable dermal fillers are generally recommended for patients who want to bring fullness to the face. Dermal fillers can enhance the shallow contours that sometimes accompany age, soften wrinkles and facial creases, and make lips look naturally plump. Dermal fillers provide immediate results and patients see improved volume and rejuvenated skin right after their appointments. The procedure takes just minutes, and you can even apply makeup afterwards. Your physician may recommend follow-up appointments depending on your customized treatment plan, and some scars and deep lines require multiple injections to achieve the best results.