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How Often Should You Get Botox®?

Want to try out Botox® for yourself, but not sure how often you’ll need to schedule appointments?

Take a look at our answer to this popular question: “How often should you get Botox®?”

*Individual Results May Vary

Recommended Botox® Schedule

The right Botox® schedule really comes down to the individual. For example, if your results last longer because you’ve had Botox® before, you may not need to follow the same maintenance schedule as another Botox® user.

With that in mind, we usually remind Botox® clients that their results will last three to four months; therefore, they should expect to schedule up to four Botox® appointments each year to maintain their results.

If you’ve had Botox® done in the past, your results may last longer, as Botox® can have a cumulative effect. For that reason, regular users may only need to schedule two Botox® appointments each year.

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Is Botox Safe?

Let’s face it: You’re ready to get rid of those annoying forehead lines and wrinkles. You’ve tried plenty of serums and moisturizers, but nothing seems to fade the appearance of frown lines that have started cropping up in recent years.

If you’re like most people trying to tackle signs of forehead aging, you may be a good candidate for Botox injections. But maybe the thought of getting injections – especially so close to your eyes – makes you feel a little cautious. 

That’s why we’re about to do a little digging around this common question: Is Botox actually safe? View More Patient Results

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Is Botox Safe?

Rest easy, because Botox is considered to be extremely safe. In fact, it’s so safe that the FDA has approved Botox for multiple uses, including treating fine lines, crow’s feet, and even minimizing symptoms of migraines and hyperhidrosis (talk about multi-tasking!). 

In order to get FDA approval, Botox had to go through multiple clinical trials demonstrating its efficacy and safety at treating aging symptoms. From 1983 until 2003, Botox was only shown to […]

By | 2020-11-06T13:00:43-08:00 January 16th, 2020|
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