Botox – How Safe is It? and who should you trust.

Botox – How Safe is It? and who should you trust.



Botox® is a popular treatment that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and deep lines, like those that appear in between the brows and around the eyes. It’s popular for women and men who want more youthful, refreshed, and vibrant appearances.

BOTOX® is an FDA-approved product made from purified botulinum toxin type A which relaxes muscles that cause moderate to severe frown lines between eyebrows (glabellar furrows) by blocking nerve impulses. The effects are temporary but can last up to 18 months or longer depending on how often BOTOX® injections are administered.

Where to Find the Best BOTOX® Treatment in Dallas?

There are various places where you can find the treatment, however, non with the quality and personal care that PlasticNP provides. Our cosmetic treatment reduces the appearance of wrinkles and deep lines like those that appear in between the brows and around the eyes. You can call us for a free consultation at 214-220-2712 or visit us at PlasticNP in Dallas, Southlake, or Plano to learn all about our med spa anti-aging options.

How Does BOTOX® Work?

As you age, the repetitive motions that your facial muscles contribute to fine lines and wrinkles. Over time the wrinkles can become permanent, and they can be noticeable even if you’re not moving those muscles.

BOTOX® is the brand name for botulinum toxin. It’s a toxin that causes muscle weakness. When injected in very small amounts into your facial muscles, the muscles relax, which reduces the pull they exert on the skin. As a result, wrinkles relax, soften, and can even disappear altogether!

Four things you need to know about Botox:


  • It takes less than two minutes for treatment, but it lasts three months or more if not crossed with another procedure.
  • The results last 3-4 months.
  • You should be able to see a difference in just one week, but it can take up to 2 weeks before you see your full results.
  • Botox is FDA-approved and safe when properly applied.

How does Botox work in Dallas, TX?

What Can BOTOX® Do for You?

There are several lines on the face that can form over time. One of the most notable is the line that may appear between your brows if you’ve ever frowned or had an angry expression. You’ll find that this line has a deeper appearance as you get older, but botulinum toxin injections can reduce its depth or even eliminate it.

In short, Botox is the most popular way to combat wrinkles and help you get younger-looking eyes. It works on those wrinkles and lines that are caused by common facial expressions and removes them.  The injection won’t work on wrinkles that are caused by loss of facial volume or skin laxity, that being said it can also help with excessive sweating. 


Underarm Sweating (Also Known as Hyperhidrosis)

It is hot here in Texas (most of the time). You can constantly be perspiring and your clothes end up sticking to you like glue. If you’re anything like me, it’s hard to find a way to look youthful with all of the perspiration going on. Fortunately, there are ways for us, in Dallas, who want to keep looking young, even when we’re sweating profusely! 

One option is Botox injections that go into the underarms; this will dramatically reduce sweat production and can be done by trained professionals at our office or another local provider without any downtime whatsoever. This procedure only takes about 5 minutes on each arm (not including drive time) and can last up to six months! 

How Long Do the Results of BOTOX Treatment Last?

It’s different for everyone, but most people can expect their treatment to last anywhere from 3-6 months. That means you still need regular touch-ups every few months if you want to maintain your youthful appearance! And while it is not permanent, it does offer some pretty cool benefits: no downtime and no surgery scars. If you’re ready for something new with great results, this might be just what you’ve been waiting for so please feel free to contact us


How Safe Is BOTOX?

BOTOX® has been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) for wrinkle treatment in the U.S., since 2002; it was safely and widely used in Europe and Canada for many years! If you’re concerned about safety, choose an experienced injectable specialist – someone who has performed BOTOX® procedures many times and has the experience.


How safe is Botox? Needle piercing side of eye.


What’s Involved in a BOTOX® Consultation?


You now know that Botox is one of the most popular non-invasive procedures for wrinkle treatment and we offer you a free consultation here at our Dallas office so you can learn more about all your options before making a decision on what will work best for you! There are many things involved with a botox consultation including discussing if this is the right option, asking questions, and voicing any concerns you may have before getting started. The good news is that there is no need for you to worry you can take your time deciding. 


What’s Involved in Treatment and Recovery?

BOTOX® treatment takes less than 10 minutes and the serum is delivered via injection through a very fine needle, so it causes only a minimal amount of discomfort and no downtime and you are done.

-It’s Non-Invasive 

-Fast & Easy Procedure (less than 10 minutes) 

-Minimal Discomfort. 

Once your treatment is over, you’ll be able to go about your day as usual, including going back to work. There’s no recovery period, and there are very few restrictions on your activity level. The only restriction is that for the first 24 hours, it’s best to avoid exercise and strenuous activity. This is to reduce the risk of BOTOX® spreading from the injection sites to other parts of the face.


How Much BOTOX® Do You Need?

Are you looking for a youthful look, but don’t want to have invasive surgery? Botox injections are the perfect solution.

You may be wondering how much botox do I need for my face? The answer is that it varies depending on your facial muscles and skin thickness. On average, women in Dallas will need 12-24 units per area. Here are some of the most common areas:

  • forehead
  • glabella (in between the brows),
  • crow’s feet around the eyes
  • frown lines between eyebrows
  • corners of the mouth.

If you’re interested in finding out more about this procedure please call (214) 220-2712 or visit plasticnp today!


women showing units of Botox needed for the different areas of the face.


How Long Does It Take to See Results?

You’ve heard about Botox and other treatments that help you look younger. But do they work? Are they safe? Here are 8 questions to ask before your next treatment.

1) How long does it take to see results? (3-12 days) 

2) What are the most common side effects? (bruising or tenderness at injection sites; headaches on first day or two after treatment) 

3) How much does a single session cost? ($400 – $600 for 1-2 areas; price varies depending on the number of areas and desired effect). 

4) Is there any pain involved with the procedure? (No pain if done correctly by an experienced physician who uses topical numbing

What are the possible side effects of Botox?

The most common and rare side effect of BOTOX® is eyelid drooping which usually goes away within two weeks after your treatment date. This kind of side effect is typically the result of BOTOX® moving away from injection sites so avoid touching the injection sites for at least 12 hours after having

Since Botox is still a procedure and can cause some unwanted symptoms it’s a good idea to:

1) Schedule your treatment at least two weeks in advance.

2) Make sure your doctor has experience injecting Botox into the skin and around your eyes.

3) Get on an anti-aging regimen so you don’t need as much Botox.

4) Ask about which areas of the face are most suitable for injections.

5) Be mindful of any allergies or sensitivities.


If you’re interested in speaking to our experienced injectables specialist about the possibility of smoothing your wrinkles with BOTOX®, please call PlasticNP at (214) 220-2712 for a free consultation today! 

We welcome patients throughout the North Texas area to our offices in Dallas, Southlake, and Plano.


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