Botox

Botox in McKinney, TX  Botox in McKinney TX
 

For dealing with noticeable signs of aging Botox has become one of the most well-known and trusted treatments on the market. If you are interested in the procedure you don't need to look far, Botox from your trusted local McKinney, TX, dermatologists of the Dermatology Center of McKinney, with Dr. James Ralston, can be one of the best ways to improve the way you look and feel about yourself.

How Botox Works

Botox uses a safe and purified form of the botulinum toxin which is used to temporarily stop the muscles from contracting, this can prevent new wrinkles and smooths out current ones. It is commonly effective in treating wrinkles and fine lines from moderate to severe. You should discuss with your doctor your expectations to better gauge the likely results. Things like your medical history, conditions, and allergies, may all be considered prior to treatment.
 

How It's Applied

During the procedure, your McKinney, TX, dermatologist applies Botox using a very thin needle. The treatment is fast, taking only about 10 minutes and it is done typically right in the office. Anesthesia is not usually required but your doctor may offer topical anesthetic in the form of numbing cream, while some numb the area simply by using ice. But it's because there is no anesthesia required that there is little to no downtime needed, which often means you can return to your daily activities immediately after treatment. Although your doctor may warn against physical activity in the hours following the procedure.

 

What You Can Expect

Botox can be used to treat skin imperfections like worry lines, laugh and smile lines, crow's feet, and forehead wrinkles, among others. Patients often see results as soon as a few days after the procedure, and these results can last from about 4 to 6 months.

 

For Botox treatment in McKinney, TX, you can schedule a visit with Dr. James Ralston Dermatology Center of McKinney by dialing (972) 548-0333.

 

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