How Long After Botox to Get Rosacea and Melasma Treatment?
- Asked by heather in california in los angeles
- 4 years ago
Laser treatment after Restylane
With that said, we typically try to schedule the laser treatments before injection procedures when we perform them within a week of each other. Otherwise, we wait one week after injection procedures to have lasers. This protocol is not based in scientific research but rather in an implied measure of safety. We don't think there is a "right" answer to this question because it has not been studied or published.
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Botox and Laser Treatments
Typically, we ask that you leave the area alone for at least six hours. You could do your laser as soon as 24 hours later.
Could do it right away but safer to wait
We want to make sure there is no problems with the Botox or filler injections and if there is we want to correct it before we do any other treatmenrs
I can see no interaction between the light of the laser ( or IPL) and the nerve-muscle interaction of Botox. You should be able to do this soon after your Botox treatment.
Lasr treatment after Botox
I don't think you have to wait to get superifical laser treatment after Botox. The lasers hit very superifically and should not impact the effects of Botox or any other filler.
Laser Treatment for Melasma and Rosacea After Fillers
Ideally it would have been better to have the heat of laser treatment before you had the fillers. There have not been definitive studies, but it is thought that the heat of laser treatment may cause fillers to break down a little sooner.
We have treated patients with fractionated CO2 lasers (deep treatments) after they have had fillers without problems.
You can have laser treatment 48 hours after Botox without any adverse effects.
Good luck and be well.
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