Every physician is different. Before and after photos are very valuable as it allows the patient to track their progress. Also, it is very helpful if any other problems should arise.
Botox Before & After Pictures
Each provider is different. I believe before and after photos are very valuable, it is always nice to show patients their before and after pictures. But each provider is different, does not mean they are doing it wrong, this would just be a common practice for that provider.
Before and After photos are valuable tools for physicians. It is best practice but each physician practices differently.
Different doctors have different practices. I like to take before and after pictures with each treatment because it lets patients track their progress and see their results. It's also helpful should any other issues arise.
Thank you for your question. It is industry-standard practice to take before and after photos to review patients' progress. Please always consult with a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Best wishes,
Before & After Botox Photos
Dear acuriouspatient: Photo taking varies from practice to practice. If you are in good hands, you should not be concerned. In my practice, I always take before and after photos to illustrate treatment outcomes to my patients. It serves as a great reference tool. Hope this information helps.
Pictures with Botox injections
It depends on the doctor, but I take pictures with all treatments. If there is any question about results or side effects, they are very useful to have. I use TouchMD which allows patients to see their own photos online too.
Thank you for your question. I like to take photos before and after to explain the purpose and then show the results if the patients are able to come back. Some physicians do not for that reason or others. Should not be a concern unless you really want to see before and after photos. Hope this helps.
This is a very subjective area. In our practice, photos are taken of all new Botox patients, but follow up photos are rare, simply because many patients don't see the need to return until the Botox effects have worn off.
Do most doctors take photos before Botox treatment
It is dependent on the doctor. Some take pictures before all injections, and some just for fillers. Botox does not have a sudden onset and only lasts an average of 3 months. By the time someone comes back for a second treatment, the effects have likely worn off completely, so there is really no need for Botox pics. I would not let this bother you.