Nationally known doctor reviews the various uses of Botox
Botox is one of the leading cosmetic treatments in dermatology. Many men and women flock to their board-certified dermatologist for safe and effective Botox treatment. The neuromodulator is used to relax the muscles that cause facial lines and wrinkles. The purified protein in Botox prevents the muscles from contracting leaving people with firmer skin in the treated areas. In addition, Botox is used to treat hyperhidrosis and migraines.
Speaking from experience
Dr. Jeanine Downie, a nationally known doctor who has been treating patients with Botox for more than 20 years, is happy to explain the various uses of Botox and provide reviews of the treatment. The board certified dermatologist is highly sought after at her Montclair practice, image Dermatology ® P.C., for her ability to relate to patients and tailor treatments to meet their individual needs. Dr. Downie has used Botox to restore youthful beauty to her own look for more than 18 years and can attest to excellent results. She also has used various dermal fillers on herself to reverse the signs of aging.
The various uses of Botox
Throughout the medical field, Botox is used to treat the following:
- Lines and wrinkles – Whether it is frown lines on the forehead or lines at the corners of the eyes (crow’s feet), Botox can help turn back the hands of time. A Botox treatment session can be completed during a lunch break. There is no downtime; allowing you to return to work or resume other activities.
- Hyperhidrosis – The FDA has approved the prescription medication for treating excessive underarm sweating. Botox prevents the nerve signals that trigger overactive sweat glands. Botox can provide relief for up to six months after treatment. If constantly sweating is embarrassing, this may be the ideal treatment for you.
- Migraines related to TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder) – In 2010, the FDA approved Botox for the treatment of chronic migraine headaches and it has been proven to relieve migraine symptoms for up to three months. Although this is not a dermatological use of Botox, we want to highlight its ability to improve health.
We have seen how Botox can improve the quality of patients’ lives. We would love to talk to you further about using Botox to treat unwanted lines and wrinkles or excessive sweating. Call (973) 509-6900 today to schedule a consultation appointment.