Botox and fillers are both injectables that can make you look many years younger by smoothing out lines and wrinkles. Although the two treatments may sound similar, they actually treat different types of wrinkles in different areas of your face. While you might be debating which one you should get, you might also consider combining the two for optimal results!

What Botox Treats

Botox is a neuromodulator injectable. The formula targets the facial muscles, reducing their activity and resulting in fewer lines and wrinkles. Botox is great for lines and wrinkles in the upper face such as crow’s feet in the outer corners of the eyes, frown lines between the brows, and forehead lines. These lines typically occur or worsen when forming facial expressions! The formula can also create a slight lift to the brows and even help reduce migraines. Botox alone lasts for about four to six months before a touch up session is required.

What Fillers Treat

Dermal fillers add instant volume to depressed areas of the face such as deep creases and lines in the lower face. Fillers are effective at treating smile lines around the mouth and lipstick lines between the nose and mouth. If your wrinkles are present even when the face is relaxed, fillers are a great option for you. Depending on the formula, fillers can also add volume to the cheeks or lips to create more definition. Results can last from six months to over a year before a touch up is needed.

The Benefits of Combining Both

If you’re having trouble deciding between Botox and fillers, you might consider the benefits of combining both! Combining Botox and dermal fillers is completely safe and can help you achieve full facial rejuvenation. If you experience lines and wrinkles in the upper and lower face, a customized combination of dermal fillers and Botox can treat all your concerns at once.

To start your customized treatment plan with Botox and fillers, contact our office today! We can schedule your consultation at Aspira Plastic Surgery & Med Spa to determine which combination is right for you.

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