Boost Your Botox Appointment
- Posted on: Jun 15 2019
Even if you’ve been getting fillers or Botox regularly for a while, we bet there’s at least one way to use them that you haven’t heard of at all. We’re always coming up with new ways to keep you beautiful and take advantage of the tools and technology we already have. So, whether you’re curious about what a tweak to your nose would look like, or you know you wouldn’t mind lifting your cheeks a little bit, your results are close.
Keep reading to test your knowledge of how many ways fillers can improve your appearance. You might even want to test them during your next appointment!
Do you feel that your smile shows off mostly your gums and not your beautiful white teeth? A tiny bit of Botox injected into the area just beneath the nostrils can actually push down the upper lip just enough to cover them up and let your smile shine.
Looking for a little more drama from your brows? We can utilize Botox to raise or lower the arch of your brow to give your face a little more oomph.
When it comes to pore size, less is more. Did you know that tiny (like, super tiny) amounts of Botox can be used to shrink the size of big pores on your nose and your cheeks? Just a little bit goes a long way, and your pores will shrink without impacting your facial movement.
The jawline can be targeted with just a small amount of filler. Looking to raise and lift the appearance of drooping jowls? No need for a facelift.
Short Term Plans
Remember that though fillers and Botox injections are quick to show their effects, it still pays to plan ahead. Plan ahead at least two weeks before a big event like a wedding, so you can have the best results from your Botox and your fillers without bruising or worrying about fillers moving.
Call us at 516-487-5017 to schedule your Botox or filler consultation today with Dr. Sasson. We would love to help you formulate a beauty plan tailored to your needs. Just tell us what you’re looking for: we can help you get the beautiful look you want this summer.
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