Botox 2023-10-11T14:36:40-04:00

What is Botox?

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Botox is FDA-approved to treat fine lines and wrinkles it accomplishes this by blocking the nerve impulses that cause movement of the muscle. By reducing the muscle movement it leads to a reduction in lines. Botox can be used to treat forehead creases, frown lines between your eyebrows, crows feet, and even acne on the forehead by reducing sweating, it can reduce sweating in the armpits and also help manage chronic migraines.

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What Does Botox Help?


Frown Lines


Crow’s Feet Lines


Forehead Lines

Botox Before & Afters

Free Botox Consultation

To decide if Botox is the best to address the areas of concern call our office and we can set up a personalized consultation. Dr. French will evaluate you the day of your appointment and can preform the procedure the during your appointment. Patients can have their treatments during lunch and return to normal activity the same day.

Free Consultant

Botox FAQs

The side effects of Botox, if any, are usually temporary and mild but can include pain or tenderness at injection site, swelling and inflammation, redness, bleeding or bruising.

Results can happen within a couple days after treatment and will continue to improve for up to a week. They will last up to four months. Most patients should receive Botox every three to four months initially. You can expect to have a natural decrease in fine lines and wrinkles due to the lack of movement.

Botox® Cosmetic Injectables are extremely safe if done by Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants like those that inject at Southern ENT Specialists. Our injectors are trained by the team at Allergan. Bruising is extremely common and can last up to 2 weeks after the injection.

Botox® Cosmetic will last approximately three months to four months until another injection is needed. Results will vary from person to person.