New Orleans BOTOX® Cosmetic is the most popular appearance-enhancing cosmetic treatment on the market today and doesn’t involve painful or expensive surgery.
Note: Dysport®, Jeuveau®, and XEOMIN® are other neuromodulators that work in the same way that BOTOX® Cosmetic does.
How Popular Is BOTOX® Cosmetic?
Men and women receive neurotoxin treatments for both cosmetic and therapeutic reasons. Between 2000 and 2015, there was a 759 percent increase in the use of BOTOX® Cosmetic for wrinkles. And that’s not even counting BOTOX®’s other therapeutic uses — such as treating depression, sweaty palms or underarms, overactive bladder, twitching eyes, and migraines.
Dr. Ali Sadeghi of the Sadeghi Center for Plastic Surgery is a renowned cosmetic surgeon with decades of helping men and women reclaim their youth and health with BOTOX® Cosmetic.
Dr. Sadeghi sometimes combines BOTOX® Cosmetic with other cosmetic treatments, such as dermal fillers or facelift surgery, to achieve more dramatic results.
Am I a Candidate for BOTOX® Cosmetic?
BOTOX® Cosmetic is appropriate for healthy adults with no known allergies to botulinum toxin.
Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should wait to get BOTOX® Cosmetic.
Are There Any Side Effects Associated With BOTOX® Cosmetic?
Most patients experience zero side effects after BOTOX® Cosmetic; however, it is possible to have temporary headaches, fatigue, or nausea. Any discomfort should dissipate shortly.