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Why do people get Botox?

As we age, our outer brows and eyebrows shift from their original positions due to the underlying muscle tension and give us a changed appearance. Botox injections can address and correct these issues. Our specialists use Botox on specific depressor and erector muscles. These muscles are responsible for the contraction or the relaxation state of various parts of the face. That is how Botox can bring you a more relaxed and youthful-looking face.

Are fillers better than Botox?

It really depends on the problem to address; fillers are gels meant to fill in crease and wrinkles, restore lost volume and Botox is meant to relax muscle tensions causing wrinkles over time. Best outcomes are often achieved with a combination of both. Unlike dermal fillers, Botox injections take effect gradually: within three to five days following the injection, with full results observed around ten days later. The effects last from three to six months and fillers (HA based) between 4 and 24 months, depending on the brand and one’s reaction to the product.

Do you have to keep getting Botox once you start?

Yes, you have to but only if you want to achieve optimal and lasting results. Injections are scheduled to be administered depending on the lasting effects of the product used. As an example, Allergan Botox can safely be administered every six months and Hugel should be injected every four months.

What happens if you don't keep up with Botox?

It is best to not skip the re-injection periods to ensure some stability in the results, however nothing more frequent than every three months as it could lead to some counterproductive effects. If you stop having Botox, you will simply lose the benefits of the past treatments and your skin will gradually go back to its original condition.

Is Botox twice a year enough?

Depending on the satisfaction brought by the brand used, you might plan for two to three Botox treatments yearly. We believe that a carefully planned approach is preferable. Too many Botox injections can adversely affect the aesthetic rendition. And too frequent Botox injections might provoke resistance to the product rendering it inefficient.

What should I not do after Botox?

You should avoid laying down, rubbing the areas of injections during the next four hours. Stay away from laser treatments, sauna, and steam rooms within two weeks following the procedure. You should maintain your skin regimen and treatment if any.

Is getting Botox painful?

Botox will be injected intramuscularly by our expert doctors. This process will take up to 20 minutes of your time. You might feel a bit of discomfort. Nonetheless, it is transitory and you may return home shortly after treatment as there is no need for hospitalization.

How much does Botox cost?

The charge depends on the brand that you choose and the exact amount of Botox needed for the type of treatment involved. I suggest you check out our treatment rates page to see a complete list of our fees.

What dermal filler products do you use?

Depending on the treatment area and desired results, Metro Beauty Centers uses: ● Juvederm - The best dermal filler with results lasting up to two years and with significantly reduced discomfort. ● Belotero - A popular filler that is widely used in Europe and has received top awards for the past ten years due to its long-lasting and natural results. ● Neuramis - It offers the best value for those who are on a light budget, however, its high viscosity and shorter effects duration may limit its use.

Are dermal fillers safe?

Dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid are the gold standard product as HA is naturally present in the human body. At Metro Beauty Centers, we use this type in the case of medical volumetric reshaping, for their innocuous effects on the organism when appropriately used.

Can I get Botox and fillers at the same time?

Definitely, it is possible to have both fillers and Botox done at the same time. Very often, dermal fillers beautifully complement the effects of Thermage treatments (for skin rejuvenation and tightening), Botox injections as well as surgery (facial enhancement and corrective surgery).

What is Thermage CPT?

The Comfort Pulse Technology (Thermage CPT™) delivers cooling for the epidermis in between the emission of energetic pulses to the skin to ensure the patient’s comfort. Thermage CPT works either with Tip 3.0 or Total Tip 3.0.

What is Thermage Total Tip 3.0?

The Total Tip 3.0 allows for more bulk heat energy delivery compared to the former version Tip 3.0 and without compromising safety.

What is the difference between Thermage CPT vs FLX™ ?

Thermage CPT is known for its excellence in multipass and vector techniques; and with the Total Tip 3.0, it delivers considerably more bulk RF delivery than with the older Thermage® versions, and with more consistency than with Thermage FLX™. Thermage FLX™ has for sole benefit to deliver the treatment faster but a faster procedure may not be thorough, it is of utmost importance to take the time to perform the procedure properly.

Will I be sedated for Thermage treatments?

There is no sedation for this treatment as it is important to adjust the intensity level to the sensitivity of the patient.

Why are Polypropylene threads not FDA approved in Thailand?

Polypropylene threads are insoluble and thus problematic. This is a non-desirable characteristic, if you ever were to seek a future surgical facelift. Because of possible complications induced by an alien element that will never be absorbed and will be treated as a foreign element by the body, with the possibility of an inflammatory response or worse. For these reasons, we are not offering any Polypropylene thread treatment.

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