No, antibiotics should not interfere with your Botox and Juvederm results.
No, antibiotics should not interfere with your Botox and Juvederm results. There is no contraindication to taking Cephalexin after having had Botox done, and there should be no interaction between them that would cause the Botox to wear off faster. I hope this helps.
You do not have to worry. There is no correlation between the longevity of your Botox and fillers and taking oral antibiotics.
Antibiotics and botox/fillers
Thank you for your question. There is no interaction between Botox or fillers and antibiotics. This should have no impact on duration of effect of either.
Antibiotics and Injections
There is no interaction between the fillers or Botox and antibiotics. The length of time that your Botox lasted was directly related to how much was injected and the type of wrinkles that you had treated. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
There is no interaction between botox and antibiotics. I suggest waiting to have a cosmetic procedure until your medical condition is taken care of. Best, Dr. Emer.
Can I take antibiotics while I have botox and juvederm?
Thanks so much for you question. Yes, you are able to take antibiotics while you are having these two procedures. The bigger question is not is it safe, but why are you taking the antibiotics. If you are ill you may need to wait until you feel well prior to having any elective procedures done. Speak to your physician and make sure they feel that you are healthy and up for the botox and filler.
Taking Antibiotics while you have Botox and Juvederm?
Thank you for your question. The antibiotic should not impact botox or fillers. I would recommend speaking to your physician injector about your concerns as every doctor has their own protocols.
These stories are what we call 'urban myths'. Don't believe everything you read or hear. The most likely cause of Botox or Dysport not lasting as long as before is due to poor placement of the product or reducing the number of units used. A good Botox 'freeze' will last longer than doses used to relax muscles.
Botox, fillers and oral antibiotics
Oral antibiotics have no impact on Botox or other botulinum toxins, nor on fillers. I would avoid injecting these products only if there is an active infection on the face/area being injected.
You can take the cephalexin without worry. Antibiotics have no effect on Botox or fillers. the only time one should not get Botox and antibiotics is if the infection is in the area to be injected