Do Botox Injections Work on the Neck Bands?
- Asked 5 years ago
Can Botox be used on the neck banding? What else does neck injection offer to a patient?
Botox injections are effective for neck bands
Botox is very effective at correcting the medial two bands of the neck, called platysmal bands. Of course, the injections are effective only when they are correctly placed into the platysma muscle.
The platysma muscle is very thin, and should be injected by physicians experienced with this area. The proper dosage should be used, and if the injections are improperly placed, complications with swallowing can occur. Choose your physician most carefully. Be well.
Botox on the neck - Yes, but have an experienced injector
Botox can be used for platysmal bands of the neck, but be very cautious and pick someone who does this regularly, as there are some vital structures in the neck that must not be disturbed.
I would also recommend having a formal consultation with a plastic surgeon, as oftentimes Botox is not the answer, but rather a neck lift - this can give a very natural, durable result.
Botox may help
Botox can flatten the neck folds that hang down if they're not too big. This makes a more sharp angle at the neck on profile which looks younger. It can also help diminish fine horizontal creases but Botox does not work as well on all patients...some may not get improvement. If the sight of your neck really bothers you then schedule a consultation with a Botox expert.
Botox Cosmetic injections in the neck can be used to...
Botox Cosmetic injections in the neck can be used to soften platysmal bands or the turkey waddle in the neck. This is an off label use of the medication but can be safely done. Great caution must be used as injection in the neck area can lead to difficulty swallowing. This will resolve once the Botox Cosmetic has worn off but can result in the need for special feeding arrangements.
Botox on Neck Bands
Botox can work on neck bands with several caveats. First of all, it must be used with caution as there are vital structures of the neck near responsible for swallowing and speech. Secondly, botox can reduce the prominence of neck bands but does require a certain amount of units for an indefinite period of time. Patients should weigh the pro's and con's of botox versus a more definitive solution such as platysmaplasty. Finally, results with botox in the neck is much more minor than a surgery. Botox is not a facelift in a bottle but can offer some improvement.
Web reference: http://www.shahfacialplastics.com/botox-injection.html
Botox injections to the neck - Los Angeles
Botox can soften vertical neck bands or cords of platysma. It is very useful in this area. Raffy Karamanoukian Los Angeles
Sure...botox is great for neck banding...but there's more finesse necessary...
always good idea to be conservative with the amount...but it can make a big difference...and sometime injection at the jawline and in the upper neck can help accentuate the jawline...the so-called Nefertiti lift...
Botox On Neck
Botox can be used on the neck to relax the vertical bands which are caused by the platysma muscle contracting. Botox does not correct the horizontal lines on the neck. I would recommend topical peels to help soften the horizontal lines.
Web reference: http://www.hallplasticsurgery.com/botox-austin-cosmetic.html
Botox works on the neck, forehead, and Crow's feet around eyes
For the right patient Botox is highly effective for the neck. If someone has deep cords Botox will minimize those almost immediately and make you look younger and less wrinkled. If the problem in the neck area is excess or hanging skin then Botox really will not be the solution. I have found Thermage builds collagen particularly in this area and can be used both as a treatment for sagging necks and as a maintenance in patients as well. It is important to find an experienced board certified dermatologist for your consultation so that you will have the best individualized treatment plan designed for you.
Do Botox Injections Work on the Neck
Botox injections work well on the medial platysmal bands of the neck. It is important to find a board certified physician who has experience in this area do perform the injections.
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