What is the best method to avoid a frozen look after Botox treatment in Singapore?Aesthetic Medicine
I am currently choosing a doctor for botox around my eyes and forehead. I dread the Hollywood “frozen forehead” look the most. How do I prevent this when I see the doctor for botox?
Do inform your doctor that you want a low dose of Botox to still have natural looking expressions. It’s safer to be conservative and add on in 2 weeks’ time than to go aggressive doses from the get go. The Botulinium Toxin lasts for 4-6 months once it’s injected in.
you can ask for micro-botox which is a technique that uses finer amounts of botox around delicate areas, such as the eyes and forehead. The “frozen” look can be easily avoided when performed by an experienced doctor.
Tip: Ask the doctor how many times he has performed a botox procedure. An experienced doctor does several botox procedures each day.
Hope that helps.
Reviewing them in 2 weeks and then doing a quick add-on has served me well through my career and that would be what I recommend.
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