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Forever Young Medical Spa

Medical Spa located in Philadelphia, PA

Botox Q & A

BOTOX® in Philadelphia

Who is a candidate for BOTOX®?

Adults 18 years and older are candidates for treatment. There is no right age to start treatment, but BOTOX® is being recognized as a preventative measure. You may consider BOTOX® treatment if you start seeing faint lines on your face. The treatment can prevent those lines from getting deeper and more prominent.

Who should not get BOTOX®?

Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding, suffer from certain neurological diseases, or who are allergic to the ingredients in BOTOX® are advised against the treatment.

How long is the BOTOX® treatment?

If you are a new patient at Forever Young Medical Spa, expect to be here at least 45 minutes. We will review your medical history, go over the procedure, expectations, take before and after pictures and answer any questions you may have. Follow-up procedures should take approximately 15 minutes and are scheduled two weeks following the treatment.

Is there any downtime after my BOTOX treatment?

Although there is no real downtime, it is recommended to avoid strenuous activity 24 hours following the injection.

What are some of the possible side effects of BOTOX®?

Potential side effects include mild swelling, redness, bruising and tenderness at or around the injection site.

BOTOX® safe?

BOTOX® is an FDA approved product. Botox protein is modified extensively in the lab to a purified form and its concentration is diluted, making it very safe.

How long before I see results from BOTOX®?

Patients should expect to see results within 3-7 days. It can take up to 2 weeks to see full effects.

How long will BOTOX®

BOTOX®will last approximately 3-6 months.

Why Choose Forever Young Medical Spa?

Our staff understands the importance of individual customization when performing aesthetic enhancement treatments in a medical spa setting. We take the necessary time to listen to your specific cosmetic and health-related goals before creating a treatment plan designed to safely and effectively fulfill those objectives.