Worry Lines (Forehead)
Forehead wrinkles, also called ‘expression lines’ or ‘worry lines’, are caused from repeated facial expressions, sun exposure or stress.
Laughter lines (Crows feet)
Laugh lines, the creases that form at the outer corners of the eyes, are a byproduct of laughter, genetics, aging and sun exposure.
Frown Lines (11’s)
Don’t worry, having frown lines doesn’t mean you’re unhappy all the time. These lines happen when the tissue between the eyebrows is gathered into a fold, and happen as a result as many different facial expressions.
Bunny lines are the little wrinkles that appear on the nose as a result of laughing, scrunching your nose.
This procedure lifts the outer 1/3 of your eyebrows. This cannot be combined with a worry line (forehead) treatment.
If you don’t like the amount of gum that shows when you smile, botox can be used as a non-surgical alternative to lessen the appearance of large upper teeth and gums by relaxing the muscles in the face and upper lip.
If you notice that the tip of your nose drops while you’re smiling, botox can relax the muscles that cause this.
Botox relaxes the muscles at the corner of your mouth to give your smile a lift.
Botox can reduce the appearance of a jaw that is asymmetric, prominent or disproportionate.
Soften the appearance of the chin lines or overall shape.
A lip flip is an alternative to injecting the lips with dermal fillers that enhances the appearance of lip volume. Botox relaxes the muscles around the mouth and rolls the lip outward, which creates the illusion of a bigger, fuller lip.
HYPERHYDROSIS (EXCESS SWEATING)
If you’re frequently bothered or embarassed by how much you sweat, you may be a great candidate for “hyperhydrosis” (excess sweating) botox treatment. Botox injections can be used in the treatment of axillary (armpit) and palmar (hand) hyperhydrosis, reducing sweating by up to 80% for 6-8 months or longer.