Your face expresses joy, surprise or concern, especially in the region around and above the eyes. Over the years, these repetitive expressions leave their mark, creating creases, lines and wrinkles near your brows and eyes where the muscles contract to show your emotions. Botox cosmetic works to soften these lines and wrinkles, giving you a more youthful and energetic appearance.

Botox cosmetic is an FDA-approved drug to treat glabellar and lateral canthal lines on the face. Glabellar lines are also known as frown lines, the “11” that can appear between the eyebrows. Lateral canthal lines are at the corner of the eyes, also referred to as “crow’s feet” or smile lines. Botox injections use bacteria called clostridium botulinum that stops the nerve messages to the muscles that create these lines, smoothing these areas to diminish lines and wrinkles.

If you live in Mill Valley or anywhere in Marin County, Botox treatments are available through our clinic in Mill Valley. Dr. Evan Ransom is a highly qualified facial plastic surgeon that offers surgical and non-surgical options for improving your facial appearance, including Botox cosmetic. He uses a special technique to administer Botox injections for a natural, youthful appearance.

Is Botox Right for You?

Botox cosmetic is one of the most popular cosmetic injections available, offering safe and effective reduction of lines and wrinkles. The results are temporary; most patients experience results for 3-4 months for most treatment areas. The procedure is quick and virtually painless, without any downtime after the treatment. Most patients begin to see results within five days after their visit and continue to receive additional treatments.

Botox cosmetic can be used to soften frown or smile lines. It also has been used to treat some neck bands that occur as you age. If you are interested in learning more about Botox cosmetic or other cosmetic treatments, contact us today to come see Dr. Evan Ransom at our clinic in Mill Valley.

Please note that all patients are different and individual healing times and results may vary. The statements regarding procedures and recovery made here are general rules.