Traditionally, the use of neuromodulators like Botox has been regarded as a procedure for women. Increasingly, more and more men are starting to get Botox to address facial aging. When you start to age, the brows can furrow, and wrinkles and fine lines can start to appear. This mix can cause many men to have a consistent angry look. This has an effect on your day-to-day life. Dr. Steven Wallach is offering men his Botox treatments to address these different facial aging concerns.
Why Do Men Get Botox?
Facial aging affects men just as much, if not more, than women. Many men start to have an angry or unhappy appearance due to the sagging skin on the face. Botox can help to smooth out lines and create a youthful, happy expression. The different concerns that Botox can address are frown lines, glabellar creases, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. Dr. Wallach understands the male facial structure and uses Botox to help smooth out the face for his male patients.
The Botox Procedure
During a consultation appointment with Dr. Wallach, he will go over your concerns of visible aging as well as your desires for the treatment. This will help him create a custom treatment plan. During the procedure, Dr. Wallach will make the injections based on what your desires are for treatment. Botox will be injected into the sites chosen. It helps to stop the muscles from contracting so that no wrinkles or folds can be created. This smooths out your facial appearance, but it is done so without making your face look frozen. This way no one will know that you had any work done.
Recovery from Botox for Men
There is little-to-no downtime associated with Botox. Most men go about their normal daily activities right after undergoing Botox treatment. There are some side effects associated with Botox, mainly being swelling, redness, inflammation, and tenderness at the injection sites. Dr. Wallach will go over all of the possible side effects with you and what to expect after receiving Botox during the consultation appointment. The results of Botox can last anywhere from 3 to 4 months with maintenance treatments needed to keep the results.
If you would like to learn more about Botox and how it can benefit you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Wallach. To make an appointment call the office or fill out an online form.