What kind of Botox or fillers could I get on my face? (Photo)
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What kind of Botox or fillers could I get on my face
Botox and fillers
Botox and Fillers for your face
Botox and fillers are a personal decision based on in office consultation to examine what exactly are your expectations. Please let us know what exactly you would like correcting that you don't like.
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By this picture it is hard to see if you really need anything. My question is what is your concern? We doctors try to treat our patient concern. Botox soften wrinkles and fillers can give you volume or soften wrinkles.
You would need to be evaluated during a consultation for a precise recommendations. I recommend you to visit a doctor to check your concerns and see what is the best method to treat it.
Dr. Nabil Fakih
You look great now. It does not appear that you need any fillers and unless you feel that your forehead or areas around your eyes have wrinkles, Botox would be indicated. You do have some acne (don't we all?) which might benefit from a skin care line or facial peels.
Best of luck.
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Highlight your beauty!
Thanks for sharing your photo.
So sorry for your troubles! You look adorable, have a beautiful smile and a twinkle in your eyes. Do not be so critical of yourself!
I agree with the comments below. Consider:
an excellent skin care program such as a ZO Obagi Skin Health regimen to exfoliate, control oils, stimulate and renew cell growth and protect your lovely skin.
Consult a well versed Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or ENT Facial Surgeon to review:
- nasal reshaping and
- a touch of fullness to your lips
- a touch of Botox to elevate and arch your brows
I wish you the best!
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