Who is qualified to provide BOTOX® Injections?

BOTOX® Cosmetic injections are completely nonsurgical, so do the credentials of the person providing it really matter? The answer is yes, a definite “yes.” Although the injections do not require incisions, sutures or anesthesia, they are nonetheless being placed beneath the skin on your face, and as such, it behooves you to choose a provider with training and experience in procedures of the face.

Your BOTOX® provider should understand facial anatomy and the way your facial muscles, skin and underlying structures of the face all work together. The whole point of BOTOX® is to freeze certain muscular motions leading to the appearance of deep folds in certain facial areas. You want to choose a physician who knows exactly where injections must be placed to bring about the desired result, otherwise you could end up with a drooping brow or eyelid, or another undesirable effect.

Another reason to choose a BOTOX® provider carefully is because the injectable, although nonsurgical, does carry the risk of certain side effects and poor results. Your physician should know and understand these risks, and be properly trained and experienced in preventing them.

At Bay Area Aesthetic Surgery, Dr. Joel Beck is extensively experienced in providing BOTOX® injections that bring about a natural, youthful rejuvenation effect. He knows the precise locations where the injections should be placed, and he will make sure BOTOX® is the right treatment option for the results you want.

To schedule a consultation with Dr. Beck, please call Bay Area Aesthetic Surgery at 6505706066. An experienced greater San Francisco BOTOX® provider, Dr. Beck serves all of the Bay Area, including San Jose and San Mateo.


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