How to treat angry/sad brows with botox? And what will it cost me?
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Botox for sad brows
Thank you for your question jamesdeandays2. Botox is a purified protein used to treat a variety of wrinkles on the face including the frown lines, the vertical lines seen between the brown when we frown. Based on the pivotal studies, 20 units of Botox is used in this area and patients enjoy their results for three to four months. In my experience some patients require even more. Men, for example, have larger muscles than women on the face as well as the body so a higher dose is required.
The cost of Botox varies from one region to another. I do not know the costs in Turkey, TX. In the Los Angeles area, prices range from $8 to $17 per unit.
In our office we treat patients as young as 18 with Botox. The safety of Botox has not been tested in people younger than 18.
I recommend consulting with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
Botox for Brow Lift
Treating angry brows with a neurotoxin.
A neurotoxin such as Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin relaxes those muscles to give a more refreshed appearance by diminishing tension and wrinkling of the skin around the eyes.
A consultation is necessary to evaluate the specific muscles in your face that create your angry/tired appearance. I always start with a conservative dose for first time patients. It's easy to touch-up with more. Safety comes first.
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Cost of botox
I don't know the cost of botox in Turkey. In the USA it should be around 10-15/ dollars a unit. Yes you can look happy and treat angry or sad brows. I think you would enjoy the benefits of botox
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How to treat angry brows with Botox? What will it cost me?
Treating Angry/Sad Brows With Botox?
I do not know what the minimum age is for Botox in Turkey, but in the United States, it is age 18 for cosmetic use.
Botox for an angry or sad look.
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