Plastic surgeons and dermatologists have considerable cross-over—both specialties provide Botox injections, other neuromodulators, dermal fillers, and various non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Dermatologists generally have a better understanding of skin functionality and physiology.
Who is best qualified for Botox?
Medical practitioners specialising in aesthetics offer the best BOTOX® results. There are a number of medical professionals who are able to prescribe BOTOX®; however, the best results are achieved when the prescriber has trained and specialised in medical aesthetic procedures.
Is it better to go to a doctor for Botox?
Botox should only be done by qualified healthcare professionals, such as our dermatological providers at the California Dermatological Institute, to ensure safe and effective outcomes. Make an appointment with one of our licensed Botox dermatologists today.
How do I find the right person for Botox?
No matter who you're considering working with to get your Botox injections, make sure they're a trained and qualified professional. Check the clinic's staff page to see what qualifications the practitioners have. Then, double check to make sure those qualifications are legitimate and their licenses are up to date.
What are the best 3 areas to get Botox?
Treating forehead lines, crow's feet, and frown lines are officially the most common and popular uses for cosmetic Botox.
What is the best brand of Botox to get?
Without any additives, XEOMIN is the purest injectable available. The best choice for you may change over time, so we will always discuss which product is going to be best for you at your visit. In the end, BOTOX®, Dysport®, and XEOMIN® are all effective as a facial wrinkle treatment.