With all the stresses in today’s life, cosmetic surgery may be the last thing on your mind, but if your self-esteem could use a boost this summer, a Botox injection at our Worcester Cosmetic Surgery Center may be the perfect solution.
When you feel good about your looks, the mood can spill over into other areas of your life and make you better equipped to handle the stressors of the day. Here are five more reasons why Botox may be right for you:
1. Compared to other cosmetic procedures, Botox has two big selling points: It’s affordable and it’s temporary. That means you can try it for a special occasion, or just to get a feel for the results. It’s an easy way to fix frown lines and other facial wrinkles without a permanent commitment.
2. Botox will let you look good in the summer months. Even if you have worked all winter to get your figure in shape, age lines can make you look older than you really are — and when the sun hits your face, they will be front and center. Botox gets rid of these facial wrinkles, giving you the confidence to let your true beauty show.
3. It is safe. In fact, Botox has been used for medicinal purposes far longer than it has been used for cosmetic reasons. The protein first received FDA approval to treat eye muscle disorders in 1989, and has a long history of other medical applications. Plus, it comes with few to no side effects.
4. Considering a brow lift or other cosmetic procedure? Botox can give you similar results without the long-term commitment. Then, you can make sure you are happy with the look before agreeing to a permanent change. Botox injections can even help a surgeon plan for your brow lift or other facial procedure.
5. You will feel happier. Not only will you be more confident with your look, you will be unable to form the facial expressions that create frowns and scowls. This, according to at least one study, can boost your mood. By not scowling, your brain may actually alter its interpretation of stressful experiences and leave you feeling more cheerful.
Schedule a consultation at UMass Memorial in Worcester, MA by calling 508-334-5990.