Botox is well-known for its ability to smooth and relax wrinkles, but this is just one of its uses. Botox can also be used to help treat migraines, and to stop excessive sweating known as hyperhidrosis. Botox is a multifaceted neuromodulator, and is proven safe and effective.
Botox for Wrinkles
Of course, the best-known and most common use of Botox is for smoothing and preventing wrinkles. Botox works by effectively blocking nerve signals that cause muscles to contract, thus preventing wrinkles as well as smoothing existing ones. Botox is an extremely popular treatment due to its efficacy and efficiency. A Botox session might only take fifteen minutes, and results are immediate and long-lasting.
Botox has a bit of a reputation for “freezing” peoples’ faces. Don’t worry, though – as long as you see an expert dermatologist such as Dr. Isaac at MI Skin Dermatology Center, you will still be able to make everyday expressions! Frozen or paralyzed expressions result from overuse or improper targeting of the areas treated. Dr. Isaac has years of experience and expertise in Botox treatments, and her meticulous and precise injections will only relax the specific muscles she targets, leaving the rest of your face free to express emotion.
Botox for Migraines
Do you suffer from chronic migraines? If you have migraines fifteen or more days out of a month, and these migraines last for four hours or more, Botox may be able to help. Botox can help people who suffer from these chronic migraines, who have not had success with other migraine treatments.
Botox migraine treatments in Washington, DC are continuous, with sessions needed every three months in order to keep up the effects. Each session will involve precisely placed Botox injections in multiple areas of the head and neck. These sessions do not take long; usually only five or ten minutes are needed. Botox has been clinically proven to help reduce the number of migraine days a chronic migraine sufferer has in a month.
Botox for Excessive Sweating
Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a condition in which you sweat more than normal without external factors such as exercise or heat. Hyperhidrosis can appear in many places on the body such as the hands and underarms, and can be extremely embarrassing and socially debilitating. People with hyperhidrosis may feel awkward and self-conscious at social events, and it can affect both career and social life. Luckily, Botox can help with this as well!
Botox can be used to treat mild to moderate cases of hyperhidrosis. By blocking the nerve signals that cause the sweat glands to overproduce sweat, Botox can efficiently shut down overactive sweat glands and relieve your hyperhidrosis suffering.
Schedule a Botox Consultation Today!
If you have wrinkles, chronic migraines, or excessive sweat problems, then Botox could be the answer you’re looking for. Contact Dr. Isaac at the MI Skin Dermatology Center in Washington, DC today to find out more information about how Botox can help you and to schedule your consultation! Just call (202) 393-SKIN (7546).