Are you undecided about investing in Botox in Kelowna?
You’re not alone. Many people like the results others are getting with Botox, but they still wonder if it’s a safe product.
Today, you’ll learn how Botox is used by West Kelowna dentist, Dr. Shauna Palmer, and why it’s totally safe to use.
Is Botox Natural? Is It Truly Safe?
Dentists with a biological approach like Dr. Palmer are often asked two questions about Botox in Kelowna.
The first question is, is Botox natural?
Botox comes from a bacterium that releases a protein called botulinum toxin.
The second question people ask about Botox is, is Botox safe? This question makes total sense – after all, how safe can something be if it started out as a toxic bacterium?
Botox is considered safe. There have only been a handful of negative reactions to Botox injections over a 14-year period, quite a few of which were attributed to a preexisting underlying condition.
For the most part, injections are safe even long-term because the patient is given such a small dose. Of course, complications can arise if you end up going to someone who isn’t trained. Getting injections from an untrained person can result in discomfort during and after the injection. You also run the risk of infections and poor results. Botox in Kelowna – How It’s Used Cosmetically
Botox can be used to treat medical conditions and is also used extensively in our office for its cosmetic benefits. Here are just a few ways Botox can help you.
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and forehead
- Lessen severe underarm sweating
- Stop uncontrollable blinking
- Calm overactive bladder
- Correct misaligned eyes
In terms of reducing tension headaches and migraine pain, we use a physiological approach to fix the root cause of the debilitating pain rather than a ‘band aid’ approach with botox.
Talk to Dr. Palmer If You’re Still Having Doubts
If you have questions or concerns about Botox, you definitely shouldn’t just jump into it. Asking questions is important because the answers will help you make an informed decision. You’ll learn whether Botox in Kelowna is right for you and your health or cosmetic goals.
The next time you visit your Kelowna dentist, don’t hesitate to ask her about the pros and cons of Botox and whether it’s right for you.
Are you ready to find out if you’re a good candidate for Botox? Contact us today to schedule a consultation.