Botox Los Angeles
Posted: Sep 17, 2014
Strangely enough Botox is just one injection type that can be done to safely remove wrinkles. Actually, the reasoning behind it being this most common injection is basically due to the fact that Botox became the "poster boy" via FDA approval. Essentially, the target of a large percentage of Botox procedures was that small space between the eyes and above the nose. Those who work in the entertainment business in Los Angeles (think: movies) have a proclivity to use this space to produce the letters "l" and if not omitted, can ultimately give the person a permanent "frown" look as well as annoying.
In the beginning Botox was the main topic of the over 50 and 60 years of age crowd whose aim was to rid themselves of wrinkles, especially if you were part of the "movie star" mix. As of late, that scenario has changed. In Los Angeles stories abound of girls starting the injections as early as the early 30's. The reasoning being that Botox injections will travel toward the small muscles in and around their face that are the prime cause that makes your face to contract and ultimately cause wrinkles. The point of the procedure to make you appear younger and more attractive.
That said, looking younger can be a good thing, right? But with all good things comes the surprise without the colorful bowtie; Botox injections don't last very long. At best you may get lucky and keep that lovely, new frown for, oh, say three to four months. Plus the chance of damage may rear its ugly head. And even though the chance is slim, it's still in the back of your mind.
Speaking of Botox fears, some people opt not to have any injections fearing a poorly conducted procedure can easily be botched. Yet Botox in itself rarely causes any monolithic medical reaction as a person would with allergies. But accidents will happen and even with the most updated information on Botox, some doctors still make errors like inadvertently freezing parts of one ladies face in a Los Angeles clinic.
Finally, in the end even though patients may lose that permanent "expression" they kept looking at in the mirror, the procedure is worth the cost of having to revisit the Botox clinic every 120 days or so. As one doctor put it: "It's up to each individual patient to decide themselves and weigh the cost versus the risk.
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