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As you age, you may have noticed changes to your appearance that make you uncomfortable. Have lines or wrinkles affected your self-esteem or confidence? Or worse, have your friends or family commented on creases that have formed at the corners of your eyes or mouth?

Fortunately, there are safe and effective treatments available for age lines that develop as you get older. Many people turn to Botox as a solution for these unpleasant changes. Botox is one of the oldest and most reliable treatments for wrinkles and age lines, so chances are you’ve heard of it before.

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Turn Back the Clock.

Look more approachable, energetic, friendlier and younger with Botox at Bella Medspa in Chester Spings, PA – convenient to King Of Prussia, Exton, West Chester and Pottstown!

Wrinkles from aging and sun exposure are a natural part of life, however, we can help decrease both the number and prominence of facial wrinkles.

To encourage you to give us the opportunity to “Wow” you with our exceptional injectable expertise.  For new clients botox and dysport are $10/unit*with a purchase of 40 units or more. Call 484-341-8239 for details and to book a free consultation.

Botox at Bella Medpsa in Chester Springs is one of the most effective and safest treatments for facial lines and wrinkles. These treatments can take years off of your appearance. The benefits typically last 3-6 months.

By relaxing these particular muscles it can decrease the amount of fine lines, wrinkles, and facial creases. Treatments can also be used to lessen crows’ feet, bunny lines, marionette lines, frown lines and smoker lines.

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Crows Feet

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Frown Lines

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Wrinkles

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Total price of Botox treatment is dependent on the dosage received. This is determined by the location of the wrinkles, strength of the muscles, and your previous results. Preparing for Botox Treatments

What is Botox?

Botox is a prescription injectable made of Botulinum Toxin Type A and purified proteins. This compound paralyzes the muscles it’s injected into, which relaxes the tissue and reduces fine age lines and wrinkles.

Botox has been FDA-approved since 1989. This makes it the oldest treatment available today for wrinkles and age lines. Today, it’s considered the world’s most popular wrinkle relaxer. In 2016, over 4.5 million Botox procedures were performed for the treatment of wrinkles.

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What is Botox Made Of?

Botox’s active ingredient, onabotulinumtoxinA, is derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The neurotoxin has been proven to have beneficial medical and cosmetic effects.

To clean the bacterium and make it safe for injection, the manufacturer uses a series of acid precipitations. Botox is available in vials containing 0.5 milligrams of albumin and 0.9 milligrams of sodium chloride.

Medspas only utilize Botox that has been made in accordance with strict safety and quality standards. Products purchased online or through salons are not held to these standards.

What is it Used For?

Botox is the first FDA-approved treatment for glabellar frown lines and crow’s feet. These are facial wrinkles that appear on the forehead and between the eyes, and creases that form at the corners of the eyes. Millions of people have also had success using Botox to treat wrinkles around the mouth and lips, mid-face, and lower face, as well as for excessive sweat and thin lips.

When we age, our body’s natural collagen production often decreases, resulting in the skin being less elastic. Muscles that get used often such as those in the face will experience more creases and age lines. Botox Cosmetic temporarily paralyzes these muscles when injected into them.

The treatment provides stress relief for the muscles and results in a smoother appearance. Botox treatments can help prevent new wrinkles from forming and reverse existing age lines.

How Botox Works

Our natural collagen production declines as we age. This causes skin elasticity to deteriorate. Muscles that are frequently utilized move creases and lines in the skin.

Botox Cosmetic temporarily immobilizes and relaxes the muscles that cause wrinkles and age lines. This procedure relieves muscle stress and pressure, resulting in a smoother, more refreshed appearance. Botox can both repair existing wrinkles and prevent new age lines from appearing.

What Medical Conditions Can Be Treated with Botox?

Botox has a wide range of applications due to its safety and effectiveness. It can be used in various doses to treat:

  • Chronic migraines, severe headaches that occur more than 15 days per month
  • Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating that occurs regardless of body temperature or exertion
  • Lazy or crossed eyes caused by muscle imbalances
  • Muscle spasms caused by certain chronic conditions that can cause eye twitching and severe muscle contracture

Benefits of Botox

There are many benefits to choosing Botox Cosmetic as a treatment for wrinkles. To start, it is a non-surgical, minimally invasive treatment option. Most people don’t need to take any time off work or worry about any downtime at all. Some patients even decide to have the treatment done during their lunch hour on a normal workday.

Besides treating wrinkles on areas of the face like the forehead and crow’s feet, Botox can also drastically improve your mood. Imagine how much this procedure could boost your confidence!

Since Botox is the oldest and most popular FDA-approved prescription treatment for wrinkles and age lines, many people consider it a brand that delivers predictable and reliable results. Patients and providers alike recognize and trust the brand.

What Does the Research Say About Botox?

Botox was licensed by the FDA as an injectable in 1989. It was later cleared for cosmetic usage by regulators. Botox providers have spent decades honing their skills in order to maximize the safety and effectiveness of the injections. The drug has numerous applications, both cosmetic and medicinal.

Botox in various forms and doses is used by providers to prevent persistent migraines in adults, correct dynamic wrinkles, and address other medical issues and symptoms of aging.

Botox has been embraced by both providers and patients because it produces reliable results. Researchers analyzed 945 patients’ self-reported satisfaction with Botox cosmetic improvements in 2016 and found a 96.0% to 98.9% satisfaction rate.

Every medical intervention has some risk of negative side effects. Fortunately, the chances of experiencing them as a result of Botox treatment are relatively low. The most common adverse effect is an injection site reaction, which normally goes away on its own after a few days.

The medical community agrees that visiting a seasoned provider like Bella Medspa will reduce your odds of complications.

Botox Cost

Treatment costs are based on the amount of Botox used. That amount is determined by the location of the patient’s wrinkles, strength of their muscles, and their previous results with Botox. Learn More

Who is a Good Candidate for Botox?

Botox has been approved for use in patients aged 18 and up by the FDA. Aside from the minimum age, there are minimal restrictions on who can receive Botox treatments. Treatments can be administered to both men and women. However, patients who are allergic to any of the substances in Botox or who have a skin disease or infection should not use it.

Who Shouldn’t Get Botox?

When administered by a qualified expert, Botox is generally safe for most people. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid the injections, though. Individuals with neuromuscular disorders or facial muscle weakness are also ineligible for them.

Immunocompromised patients and those who have previously had an adverse response to Botox should not receive the injections either. Consultation with an experienced practitioner such as Bella Medspa is the best way to ensure Botox will be safe and effective for you.

What are the Ideal Botox Treatment Areas?

Botox is an excellent treatment for wrinkles and age lines on various parts of the face. The forehead, frown lines between the eyes and brows, and crows feet at the corners of the eyes are the most commonly treated areas.

Botox may also be used to treat the mid-face region, lips, mouth, chin, and neck. Finally, Botox can be used in conjunction with other wrinkle treatments like dermal fillers to treat those areas.

Botox Lip Flip

A lip flip is a procedure that uses Botox to create a more youthful appearance by improving the position of the lips. The procedure is simple and takes only a few minutes to complete. First, the doctor will inject Botox into the muscles on either side of your mouth near your lips. This will help to lift the corners of your mouth and to soften the lines that form when you smile.

Botox Brow Lift

A Botox brow lift treats the lines between the eye brows and elevates the height of your eyebrows in the process. It work by relaxing the muscles between the brows. This allows the forehead muscles to pull up the untreated muscles between the brows, thereby elevating the brows and opening up the eyes.

Risks and Side Effects

That being said, Botox is considered one of the safest options available to treat age lines and wrinkles. Most people, including patients and physicians, would recommend Botox over alternative therapies since it’s a non-surgical option.

Some side effects of the procedure include mild pin prick, discomfort, bruising, and swelling at the site of the injections. Usually, these types of symptoms subside within a few days. Patients may also have headaches, dry eyes, swollen and drooping eyelids, and/or fatigue.

As with any severe symptoms, patients should contact a medical provider if they become too much to handle. If you experience an allergic reaction such as hives or asthma, go to the ER immediately.

How to Prepare for Botox Treatment

Botox injections can be administered during a quick session and require little preparation. Your provider will probably advise you to stop taking aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil and Motrin), and fish oil at least two to three days before your appointment.

These drugs thin the blood and inhibit coagulation, increasing the likelihood of bleeding and bruising after the procedure. You should also reduce your alcohol consumption in the days preceding your appointment to avoid blood thinning.

What Happens During a Botox Injectable Treatment Session?

Prior to treating a patient, most Botox providers will schedule a consultation visit with them. You will discuss the best treatment options and regions for you at this visit. Your provider will also go over your medical history, as well as any allergies or other adverse effects you may experience after your treatment session.

They will also discuss how many units of Botox Cosmetic you may require to achieve your desired results, and the projected cost.

The treatment itself usually only takes 5-15 minutes. Botox Cosmetic treatments employ a very thin needle that is carefully inserted into the target locations by your esthetician. There is very little discomfort, especially if you opt for a numbing treatment.

Learn how to get ready for Botox treatment.

How Often Should You Get Botox?

Your injection frequency will be determined by your cosmetic goals and your body’s reaction to Botox injections. The duration of Botox results can vary depending on the treatment region and the number of injections used. The faster your body breaks down the material, the sooner you’ll need to schedule a follow-up consultation to maintain your results.

Most people need follow-up injections every three to four months in order to sustain their new look. You and your provider can track your progress to establish the best treatment plan for you.

Getting Real Botox

There have been some troubling reports about the prevalence of counterfeit products on the market. The first and most critical step toward receiving a genuine product is selecting a trusted provider like Bella Medspa.

Botox parties were prevalent in previous years. A large number of people seeking treatment would organize a social event to receive Botox in what they felt was a safe and pleasant setting. However, visiting a reputable provider is the only way to ensure you get a real, effective product and have it administered to you by a qualified specialist.

Botox vs. Juvederm

Botox Cosmetic isn’t the only product available that can treat wrinkles, you may have also heard of dermal fillers such as Juvederm. But what are the similarities and differences between the two?

Similarities

Both Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm products are FDA-approved to treat age lines on the face. Each product is designed for different areas of the face. Both products are administered as injections, and they are fast, safe, and easy treatment options to rejuvenate your face and restore a youthful appearance.

With both treatments, you will start seeing results within a few days and results can last anywhere from four to nine months. In general, patients may see the results of Juvederm a little sooner than those of Botox, and Juvederm may last slightly longer.

Differences

While Botox is made up of a botulinum toxin that relaxes the muscles in the face, Juvederm is a dermal filler that is created from hyaluronic acid. This is a natural substance found in our bodies.

Injecting Juvederm under the skin of the face can restore volume and fullness as well as reduce age lines and wrinkles. Juvederm comes in several different forms, such as Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm Voluma. Each treatment can target a different area of the face. These products can be used together and even in conjunction with Botox Cosmetic to achieve each patient’s desired outcome.

Our Medical Director

All medical services are overseen by our medical director, Dr. Appel who has over 15 years experienced in medical aesthetics field.

Botox FAQ

Botox Cosmetic treatments have been approved for patients 18 years old and older. Aside from the age requirement, there are very few restrictions determining who can benefit from Botox. Patients of all ages have enjoyed a more youthful appearance and brighter attitude after Botox treatments.

If you’re allergic to Botox or any of its ingredients or suffer from a skin infection, you should talk to your medical provider before considering Botox Cosmetic treatments.

Botox Cosmetic is injected into the skin and muscles with a thin, fine needle. Practitioners who are experienced in administering Botox treatments will know how to strategically administer the injections so as to inflict minimal pain.

Your medical provider can use a topical numbing cream to reduce pain. They can also apply ice packs before and after the procedure. This will help reduce discomfort and other side effects like redness and swelling at the injection sites.

The procedure is usually very quick–itcan usually be completed within 5-15 minutes depending on how many units of Botox you’re receiving.

Most medical providers tell their patients that Botox Cosmetic treatments can last for three to six months. On average, patients experience optimal results within the first four months. If you want to continue a treatment plan, you may choose to schedule extra follow-up treatments.

Most patients will need two to four treatments a year to maintain their desired results, though some medical providers may recommend more frequent appointments. Having the procedure repeated more often may result in fewer Botox units being used during each treatment.

The costs of Botox Cosmetic treatments will vary depending on several factors. How many units of the medication you need to achieve your desired results is the most significant one. The more units you and your medical provider agree are necessary, the higher the cost will be.

Other factors that affect the cost include how experienced your practitioner is and the geographical area in which you live.

Since the procedure is elective and cosmetic, most medical insurance providers won’t cover the cost. Still, you should always check with your medical insurance to see if they will cover any part of Botox Cosmetic treatments.

One of the biggest benefits of choosing Botox Cosmetic is how quick and easy the skincare procedure is. Botox treatments are minimally invasive and non-surgical procedures for wrinkles and age lines. They involve little preparation and no downtime for recovery. You’ll begin to see results within days, and they generally last about four months. Botox can even stimulate some skin rejuvenation so you can revive your youthful appearance.

Since Botox is also one of the oldest and most well-known cosmetic products on the market, it’s a brand that many people recognize and trust for predictable and reliable results. Thanks to this branding, many physicians are licensed to administer it.

Botox became available as an FDA-approved injection in 1989. Regulators later approved it for cosmetic use. Providers have spent decades perfecting their Botox techniques to maximize the safety and effectiveness of the injections. The medication offers many uses, both cosmetic and medical.

Providers use different forms and doses of Botox to prevent chronic migraines in adults, correct dynamic wrinkles, and address other medical conditions and signs of aging.

Providers and patients alike have embraced Botox because it provides consistent and predictable results. In 2016, researchers assessed 945 patients’ self-reported satisfaction with Botox’s cosmetic results and reported a 96.0% to 98.9% satisfaction rate.

All procedures carry some risk of complications and side effects. Fortunately, the odds of experiencing adverse effects from Botox is considered low. The most common side effect is an injection site reaction, which usually clears within a few days without treatment.

The medical consensus is that visiting an experienced provider such as Bella Medspa will minimize your risk of significant complications.

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