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Turn Back the Clock.

Your friends won’t quite be able to tell why but you will look youngermore energetic, approachable and friendly with Botox at Bella Medspa in Harrisburg, PA!

With Botox at Bella Medspa, you will be using one of the most effective treatments for crows feet, frown lines, and wrinkles. The results from the injections generally last 3-6 months and the treatment can take years off of your appearance. See Botox Before and After Photos>>

It can also help decrease the amount of facial creases, lessen bunny lines, marionette lines, and smoker’s lines too.

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Botox Harrisburg

Facial wrinkles are inevitable. It doesn’t matter how consistently you moisturize or how effectively you limit your sun exposure. Genetics, time, and environmental factors will dehydrate and weaken your deep facial muscles.

Botox, an Allergan product that was first administered for dermatological reasons in the 1990s, has endured as an aesthetic treatment because of its effectiveness and low risk of complications.

There is a slew of studies and data that has been collected over the years confirming its treatment value.

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If you’re interested in addressing your wrinkles and creases and recapturing your youthful appearance, there’s a lot to learn about injectable fillers, especially if it’s your first time. Understanding how wrinkles develop is important when considering the wide array of available skincare procedures at your disposal.

Armed with a thorough understanding of Botox treatment, you can select the best provider and correct persistent wrinkles. With any cosmetic treatment such as Botox Cosmetic, Dysport, Restylane, or Juvederm, it’s important to understand your options and set realistic expectations.

What is Botox?

Providers have administered Botulinum Toxin Type A for decades. It’s now most well-known as a cosmetic procedure, but Botox is used to manage chronic neck spasms, excessive sweating, and even migraines. It was first injected in the 1970s to treat lazy eyes.

It’s an FDA-approved and regulated treatment. You can only get Botox that was manufactured under strict quality and safety standards from a trained professional. Online products that claim they are Botox and require at-home injection must be avoided.

Botox is a cosmetic injectable that corrects wrinkles in the upper face. It is made from the bacteria clostridium botulinum. The injections are completely safe when they’re administered by an experienced provider. Botox can also be used for the purpose of skin rejuvenation.

There are two types of wrinkles: static and dynamic. Static wrinkles materialize when your skin loses elasticity and volume. They’re most noticeable when your face is at rest.

Dynamic wrinkles result from muscle movement and are most apparent in facial expressions. Crow’s feet around your eyes, frown lines between the eyebrows, and forehead lines are the most common dynamic wrinkles.

Botox treats all types of wrinkles but is particularly effective for dynamic ones. Your provider may elect to treat fine lines and wrinkles in other parts of your face with Botox as well.

What Is Botox Made Of?

Botox’s primary component, onabotulinumtoxinA, is produced by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. The neurotoxin was created to offer both medical and cosmetic benefits.

The bacteria are purified and rendered safe for injection by the producer through a series of acid precipitations. Botox contains 0.9 milligrams of sodium chloride and 0.5 milligrams of albumin in every vial.

At medspas, only Botox made in line with strict safety and quality requirements is used. Salon and internet products are not held to the same rigorous standards.

What Medical Conditions Can Be Treated with Botox?

Botox has a wide range of applications as a result of its safety and efficacy. Different dosages can be used to treat the following conditions:

  • Chronic migraines (severe headaches that occur more than 15 days per month)
  • Hyperhidrosis (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

What are the Ideal Botox Treatment Areas?

Botox Cosmetic can successfully treat wrinkles and age lines in various areas of the face. The most commonly injected locations are the forehead, frown lines between the brows, and crow’s feet at the corners of the eyes.

Botox can also be used to treat the neck, chin, lips, and midface and mouth areas. Finally, it can be coupled with other wrinkle treatments such as dermal fillers to treat these areas.

How Does Botox Work?

An underlying framework of muscle, fat, and tissue supports the skin and makes it appear smooth. Age and genetics lead to breakdown and deterioration that lets the skin sink. Once the framework is compromised, muscles contractions during facial expressions and movement cause the loose skin to bunch together into folds.

Botox’s active ingredient is a neurotoxin. It temporarily paralyzes muscles by disrupting the signals from the motor nerves that control their movement. Botox is not permanent and does not harm nerves. It simply prevents them from communicating.

Botox is a non-invasive alternative to procedures like facelifts. Your provider administers it via injection using extremely thin needles.

You must be forthcoming with your provider about your medical history. Muscle relaxants, sleeping aids, and allergy medications can alter Botox’s effectiveness, so be sure to let your provider know if you’re taking any of those on a regular basis.

Benefits of Botox

Botox is minimally invasive and its most common side effects are mild. There is little risk of infection because incisions aren’t involved. The treatment doesn’t take long and doesn’t require anesthesia.

Once the neurotoxin disrupts the nerve messages, wrinkles will disappear as long as the toxin remains effective.

There is also no recovery time with Botox. Following the outpatient procedure, you may experience some slight discomfort, but you’re able to resume work and normal activity immediately.

Botox is not permanent. A skilled provider is capable of achieving a natural appearance and returning skin’s smoothness. However, if you are displeased with your results, Botox’s effect will wear off in three to four months without a permanent alteration to your appearance.

Botox is probably the simplest cosmetic injectable to receive. Following consultation, the procedure takes only a few minutes. There are no post-procedure protocols, long wait times, or major contraindications.

What Are the Side Effects of Botox?

Botox Cosmetic, like any medical procedure, involves some risks and potential side effects. At the same time, it’s a non-surgical, minimally invasive technique. It is also one of the most commonly used medical treatments nowadays. It is considered one of the most risk-free treatments used to address wrinkles and fine lines on the market.

Botox may induce pain, bruising, discomfort, or swelling at the injection site(s). These symptoms normally go away within a few days of the treatment.

Depending on where you have your Botox injections, you may also experience headaches, weariness, puffy or sagging eyelids, double vision, or dry eyes. If you develop any of these severe symptoms, or any allergic reaction signs such as a rash, itching, or asthma symptoms, you should contact your provider straight away.

What Does the Research Say About Botox?

Botox injections were approved for sale by the FDA in 1989. The treatment was later approved by the FDA for cosmetic usage. Providers have spent decades honing their Botox techniques in order to maximize the safety and efficacy of the injections. The substance offers numerous cosmetic and therapeutic uses.

Practitioners utilize Botox to treat a wide range of medical conditions including dynamic wrinkles, other aging-related ailments, and chronic migraines.

Botox has gained popularity among both healthcare professionals and patients due to its consistent results. In 2016, researchers examined 945 individuals’ self-reported satisfaction with the cosmetic results of Botox and discovered that it ranged from 96% to 99%.

Every procedure has some risk of side effects. Fortunately, the chances with Botox are relatively low. The most common adverse effect is an injection site response, which usually subsides within a few days.

Going to a seasoned provider like Bella Medspa, according to medical professionals, will lower your risk 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 Cosmetic 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 are available for both men and women. Patients who are allergic to any of the substances in Botox or who have a skin disease or infection should not use it, though.

Who Shouldn’t Get Botox?

Botox is typically safe for most people when administered by a competent provider. However, pregnant or nursing women should not receive the injections. Furthermore, suitable patients do not have neuromuscular disorders or facial muscle weakness.

Those with impaired immune systems, as well as those who have previously experienced an adverse reaction to Botox, should also avoid the injections. It’s advisable to consult a seasoned specialist such as Bella Medspa to ensure that Botox is both safe and effective for you.

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 provider 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.

How Should You Prepare for Botox Treatment?

Botox injections can be administered during a brief session with minimum preparation. Because aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil and Motrin), and fish oil thin the blood and prevent coagulation, they should be avoided for two to three days before your appointment.

You can also avoid blood thinning by limiting your alcohol consumption in the days leading up to your treatment session.

What Happens During a Botox Injectable Treatment Session?

The majority of providers will schedule a consultation before treating a patient. At this meeting, you will discuss the best treatment options and areas for you. Your provider will also discuss your medical history, allergies, and any other adverse effects you may experience after the procedure.

The actual treatment usually takes 5 to 15 minutes. Your provider will numb the places where injections will be given, then delicately inject a very small needle into the treatment sites.

Learn more about how to get ready for Botox treatment.

How Often Should You Get Botox?

The frequency with which you need Botox injections will be determined by your body’s reaction to them and your cosmetic goals. The area(s) of treatment and the amount of Botox utilized can have an impact on how long your results last.

Most patients require follow-up injections every three to four months to retain their new appearance. You and your provider can monitor your response to determine the ideal treatment regimen for you.

Getting Real Botox

In recent years, there have been several reports about the prevalence of counterfeit products on the market. The first and most important step in ensuring you receive a genuine product is to choose a recognized cosmetic provider, such as Bella Medspa.

Botox parties should be avoided since the products used at them will not have been verified. It is worthwhile to go to a legitimate provider to ensure you receive a genuine product and have it administered by a skilled professional.

Here are a few signs to check for if you want to make sure the product you’re going to receive is real Botox Cosmetic:

  • A lot number on the vial
  • Entries for LOT: MFG: and EXP: on the carton
  • The vial and/or the carton list the active ingredient as “OnabotulinumtoxinA”

It may be necessary to look into the product further if any of the aforementioned items are missing or different.

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

The average cost of a Botox injection in Pennsylvania is about $600. Prices will vary based on the physician’s experience and how many doses of Botox are used during the procedure.

Your appointment will include a consultation to ensure Botox can effectively manage your wrinkles. You should ask your physician about their experience injecting Botox and to see photos of their actual patients.

The procedure itself takes about 10 minutes, depending on the size of the area you’re treating. The physician will clean the injection site and may administer a topical anesthetic.

The injections themselves are relatively painless. You’ll receive multiple shots to ensure the targeted muscle is fully paralyzed. It’s important not to rub or massage the injection site following the procedure. This prevents the neurotoxin from spreading and effectively halting muscle contractions.

Like any medical procedure, Botox can pose some side effects. The site of the injection will dictate which effects are possible. They include:

  • Minor bruising or discomfort which usually dissipates within a few days
  • Swelling or drooping around the eyelid
  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Neck pain
  • Double vision
  • Dry eyes
  • An allergic reaction characterized by rash, itching, or asthma-like symptoms

Contact your provider immediately if you experience any of these side effects.

There is no downtime involved with this procedure. Patients can immediately return to normal activity. Side effects, which are typically mild and do not disrupt daily life, usually resolve within a few days.

The neurotoxin must be absorbed and affect the nerves before results are noticeable. Botox’s effects are apparent within three days. The size of the treated area, your body’s response to the neurotoxin, and the severity of your wrinkles will dictate how long it takes.

The effects usually remain for three months or longer, depending on the injection site. Follow-up doses are necessary to sustain Botox’s effect.

There are several dermal fillers that can manage static and dynamic wrinkles. Different products are designed to target different parts of the face. They include:

  • Hyaluronic acids: these fillers manage static wrinkles by mimicking the lost tissue to create volume
  • Kybella is a type of bile acid used to breakdown fat cells that cause double chins
  • Autologous Fat Injections create volume to smooth wrinkles by extracting body fat with liposuction and injecting it into the face
  • Poly-L-lactic acids are synthetic fillers that stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen to fortify the underlying facial tissue
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