If you’re new to injectables, you may wonder about the difference between Botox and fillers, and which treatment can help you achieve your anti-aging goals. Botox and fillers both have their own unique advantages and can also be used together to reverse the signs of aging. A combination approach can take years off your face, with longer lasting results than Botox or fillers alone.
Botox offers natural looking wrinkle reduction by temporarily relaxing the facial muscles that cause fine lines and wrinkles. Designed to remove and reduce wrinkles, Botox treatments work by blocking the nerve signals to your facial muscles. Quick and painless, Botox reduces your facial muscle activity and temporarily prevents the contraction of muscles that cause laugh lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet.
Botox treatments consist of a few tiny injections, with very localized effects that will not impact your ability to smile, laugh, or show expression. Effective for a wide range of people, Botox improves the appearance of moderate to severe lines between the eyebrows and can be injected around the eye area to improve the appearance of crow’s feet.
With minimal discomfort and no downtime, Botox fits in to your lifestyle and schedule. Most people see visible results in 10 days to 2 weeks, and results last about 6 months.
Dermal fillers restore facial volume loss, effectively smoothing lines and wrinkles, restoring your cheek and lip volume, and refreshing your appearance. Adding volume without surgery, injectable gel fillers treat static lines that are visible when your face is at rest. From plumping the lips to lifting your cheeks, fillers add volume, encourage natural collagen production, and prevent the skin from sagging.
Formulated with hyaluronic acid, fillers are injected into the skin with a very fine needle to fill in facial wrinkles and indentations to restore a smoother appearance, or into the lips to add fullness and volume to your smile. Very effective at reducing the early signs of aging, fillers are mostly used on the middle and lower facial areas.
Fillers provide visible results you can see immediately and instantly, with effects lasting for 6 months to 2 years. In the cheek area, fillers last up to 2 years. For facial lines and wrinkles, results last 12 to 18 months. Lip fillers typically last 6 months to 1 year.
Botox and fillers
Botox is most effective for superficial lines and wrinkles, while fillers plump the skin and can smooth out even the deepest forehead furrows and marionette lines. Depending on your goals, a combination of Botox and fillers can make the greatest impact on your appearance.
The combination treatment of Botox followed by fillers can last twice as long as fillers alone, and the two injectables complement each other by targeting multiple areas of the face simultaneously.
Botox and fillers both require the expertise of a certified medical professional for safe and effective results. Schedule your complimentary consultation with our specialists today to learn more about reaching your goals with Botox and dermal fillers.
Thank you for the post. Botox is use for removing fine lines and fillers is to add volume to certain parts. Informative post and useful for new users. Cosmetic injection industry is growing widely and it is important to have right information.
A well-written article. Most women have various thoughts and confusion on which treatment to opt/which suits them. After reading this blog, anyone can easily make out the effective method of Botox/Fillers treatment to reduce the wrinkles.
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The post is short and to the point informative. Both the botox and fillers have different functionality. It is important to understand your requirement first. Thanks for the post.
Botox really helps you in wrinkle reduction and relaxing the facial muscles. Thank you for sharing such an informative blog. It’s really impressive. You're doing a great job I appreciate your intelligence and knowledge.
I love how well your article defines both botox and dermal fillers. The difference between the 2 was our topic today. Your article was very helpful for me.