At Discovery Laser we offer both cosmetic and medical Botox injections to treat a broad range of concerns, including wrinkles, migraines, and excessive sweating. If you’re not sure if Botox is right for you, get in touch with us for a free consultation!
Botox is a neuromodulator developed from the Clostridium botulinum bacteria. When injected into muscles, it stops their contractions. The amount of Botox used in a medical setting is very small and safe.
This drug has been studied thoroughly and is considered extremely safe and effective.
This effect has a surprisingly wide range of medical and cosmetic benefits, which is why Health Canada approves Botox as both a medical drug and a cosmetic treatment.
Botox’s most famous effect is as an anti-wrinkle treatment, but it can actually do so much more! Here are some of the things Botox can do.
Cosmetic Botox is one of our most popular services here at Discovery Laser!
Certain wrinkles, especially in the upper half of the face, are caused by repeated facial movements. As we age, the skin is no longer able to bounce back to normal, which is how we end up with deep grooves between the brows or lines around the eyes.
Carried out by our expert injectors including Dr. Jacobs himself, Botox is a sure way of smoothing out those wrinkles with minimal side effects or downtime.
We have the knowledge and skill to ensure you achieve incredible results without losing the expressiveness of your features!
We’ll be happy to schedule a consultation to discuss whether Botox is right for you and how many units you may need.
Botox isn’t just a wrinkle treatment. Its unique effects make it a valuable remedy for other health concerns. At Discovery Laser, we use Botox Medical to treat chronic migraines, chronic headaches, and even excessive sweating (i.e. hyperhidrosis).
By blocking nerve signals and muscle spasms, Botox can provide significant relief from these conditions for up to a few months.
The severity of your condition will impact how much Botox is needed. We’ll be happy to discuss your specific concerns and whether Botox is an appropriate solution for you. In some cases, your Botox treatment may also be covered by insurance.