You have probably heard of Botox®, a Botulinum toxin used in many areas of medicine. However, most know it as an anti-aging solution that eliminates the need for surgical interventions and instead addresses dynamic wrinkles and folds that develop on the face due to muscle contractions. Botox® is just one of many Botulinum toxins that are used in the field of dermatology for combating the unwanted signs of aging. Learn more about this treatment and alternatives with our team at Park Avenue Dermatology in New York, NY.
Why Should I Use Botulinum Toxins To Treat Dynamic Facial Wrinkles?
Botulinum toxin has become an increasingly popular treatment for dynamic facial wrinkles. It has been shown to be a safe and effective method to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the face, helping to restore a more youthful, refreshed look. Botulinum toxin works by blocking nerve signals from reaching certain muscles in the face, preventing them from contracting and creating wrinkles.
What Are the Advantages of Neuromodulator Injections?
The results from cosmetic injections such as Botox® are typically noticeable within days and can last up to several months, making it a popular choice for those who want quick results with minimal downtime. In addition, botulinum toxin does not require any surgery or incisions, allowing patients who might have thought about facelifts to see a more affordable and less invasive option for their early signs of aging. Many people are turning to Botox® and other cosmetic injectables as effective ways to reduce the appearance of dynamic facial wrinkles and folds.
What Other Options Are Available?
In addition to Botulinum toxin injections, we also provide a wide range of hyaluronic acid fillers. These are also injectables but work more by restoring volume directly into wrinkles and folds to smooth them away and achieve a more youthful look immediately. Both of these injections can be combined for the popular “liquid facelift.”
Call Park Avenue Dermatology of New York, NY, Today To Learn More About Botulinum Toxin Injections
If you are located in the community or surrounding areas and want to work with a board-certified dermatologist to determine if cosmetic injectables are right for you, connect with Drs. Bradley Glodny and Robert L. Warner by calling 212-752-3692 for an appointment. The office is equipped with a wide range of medical and cosmetic dermatology solutions for new and returning patients.