Botox Injections at
Cosmetica Med Spa
Botox In Boca Raton, Florida
In 2002, doctors used Botox for the very first time to treat severe wrinkles and lines in adults. Since then, nearly 100 million vials of Botox have been sold in the United States alone. For our patients in Boca Raton, Botox delivers amazing results in a short timeframe.
Botox contains a purified substance derived from bacteria. When injected, Botox disconnects nerve signals from the brain to the muscle. As signals slow and then stop, muscles relax, and the skin above them looks smoother and softer.
What Our Patients Say
“I couldn’t have asked for a better experience! The staff is wonderful and extremely attentive! The facility is clean and they are following the proper precautions. Everyone is very professional and I look forward to returning to Cosmetica Med Spa in the near future.”
“Highly recommend! Loved my experience at Cosmetica Med Spa. The facility is gorgeous! Everyone was very friendly and all my cosmetic concerns were met with the utmost professionalism. Will be returning for all my cosmetic needs!”
The Botox Treatment Process at Cosmetica Med Spa
Botox is FDA-approved, safe, and effective. But the injections require precision and restraint. Every step we take at Cosmetica Med Spa is made with your health and beauty in mind.
Here’s how the process works:
We start with a pre-treatment consultation. Your cosmetic specialist will assess your face and hear about your goals. You’ll be asked to make certain facial expressions, so your technician where wrinkles form. We’ll explain the treatment step by step and answer all of your questions.
Botox Results at Cosmetica Med Spa
Our patients are thrilled with the smooth, smiling results they get from Botox treatments at Cosmetica Med Spa.
Benefits of Botox Injections
Botox treatments come with plenty of benefits, including these:
- Reduction of wrinkles on your forehead, around your eyes, and near your mouth
- Results lasting 4 to 6 months
- Outpatient process, so you can return to your busy life immediately
- Safe, tested process that can help you look better without the risks associated with surgery
Conditions That Botox Injections Help Treat
Botox injections can be used to treat certain medical conditions like these:
- Severe underarm sweating (hyperhidrosis)
- Severe neck and shoulder muscle contractions that cause pain (cervical dystonia)
- Uncontrollable blinking or eyelid twitching (blepharospasm)
- Misaligned eyes due to differences in eye muscle strength (strabismus)
- Chronic migraines
- Overactive bladder
Cosmetic Safety With Botox Injections
Doctors have used Botox injections safely for decades. Side effects are rare but can include muscle weakness near the injection site or facial asymmetry. Some people also experience bruising right after the injections.
Cosmetica Med Spa takes patient safety very seriously. Our experienced professionals know where to inject Botox for the biggest benefit with the smallest risks. And our environment is sterile, safe, and secure. You’re in good hands with us.
Patient Reviews at Cosmetica Med Spa
Patients love the experience delivered at Cosmetica Med Spa — from easily scheduling an appointment to administering Botox, our patients always feel cared for.
Who Is a Candidate for Botox in Boca Raton?
Botox is FDA approved for patients older than 18. If you’re unhappy with how you look and you want your wrinkles to fade away, Botox could be right for you.
During an initial consultation, we’ll ask you about FDA contraindications to Botox therapy, including these:
- Allergies: Hypersensitivity to ingredients could make Botox unsafe for you.
- Health: Acute urinary tract infections or infections on your face should be addressed before you get Botox.
- Pregnancy: Botox isn’t always safe during pregnancy.
Safe, Simple Botox Treatment at Cosmetica Med Spa
You have plenty of Botox choices in Boca Raton, but Cosmetica Med Spa delivers professional expertise with a compassionate touch.
You’re not just a patient to the team at Cosmetica. We care about how you look and how you feel about the experience. We think you’ll be delighted with your smooth and youthful face and how you’re treated while in our care.
Frequently Asked Questions About Botox Treatment in Boca Raton
What is botox?
Botox is an injectable medication containing a purified form of toxin. When injected, this toxin paralyzes muscles and gives your face a smoother and younger appearance.
How much does Botox cost in Boca Raton?
Nationally, Botox injections average $466. Your cost could be higher or lower depending on the area you’re treating, how many units you need, and how aggressively you’d like to address your wrinkles.
How is Botox different from dermal fillers?
Botox paralyzes the muscles tugging on your skin, reducing wrinkles at the source. Dermal fillers fill gaps and spaces below your skin, puffing up tissues and filling in wrinkle lines.
Are botox injections painful?
At Cosmetica Med Spa, we use a numbing cream before your injections, so you shouldn’t feel the needles enter your face. But some people do feel a little sore or slightly swollen in the following days.
What are the recovery times for Botox injections?
You can go back to your normal activities right after your Botox injections. You don’t need to recover in a hospital or clinic. But you might need a day or two of rest before you tackle anything too strenuous.
Is botox safe to use?
Botox is one of the safest ways to treat deep lines and wrinkles on the face. Doctors have used it for decades in patients just like you.
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