Wrinkles, sagging skin, and similar signs of aging are more visible in the neck than in other parts of the body. This can make a person look much older than they actually are, so many patients look for injectable treatments like Botox to restore their skin’s youthful appearance. However, the neck area is difficult to treat so it is important that you work with an experienced dermatologist that can help you achieve your cosmetic goals.
Dr. Rokhsar, a board-certified dermatologist and renowned skincare expert, specializes in Botox for the neck in Long Island and NYC. As a speaker and trainer for Allergan, the company that developed Botox, Dr. Rokhsar has more than 10 years of experience with this injectable treatment. He can conduct neck Botox treatments in just a few minutes and produce visible results right away.
Botox for the neck can restore the skin’s firm appearance and soften signs of aging like wrinkles as well as fine lines. Some of the benefits of neck Botox include:
Botox is minimally invasive, but there are some potential risks and temporary side effects you should keep in mind. Some of the side-effects and risks of Botox include:
Dr. Rokhsar is an international medical speaker and has been conducting neck Botox procedures for more than a decade. He is a board-certified dermatologist and has trained other physicians in the use of Botox to help patients eliminate wrinkles and other imperfections. Dr. Rokhsar works with his patients to determine their goals, set realistic expectations, and help them rejuvenate the neck and other areas through Botox, Juvéderm, and other injectable treatments. To learn more about his work, get in touch with New York Cosmetic, Skin and Laser Surgery Center and book an appointment.
Yes, Botox for the neck can help reduce the appearance of sagging skin. However, it is more suitable for patients with early sagging. Dr. Rokhsar offers other skin tightening alternatives like Thermage so that each patient’s aesthetic goals can be addressed. He is happy to help you choose the best alternative.
All patients are different, but Botox may be a good alternative for patients with certain degrees of “turkey neck.” Dr. Rokhsar examines each patient to find the best alternative, so book a consultation to learn more.
The cost of Botox for the neck varies depending on the location and the specialist’s expertise. Book an appointment with a board-certified dermatologist in your area to get an accurate estimate of the procedure.
In most cases, the effects of Botox can last from four to six months, after which you can book an appointment for another session.
Botox is a non-surgical, minimally-invasive procedure. However, like all cosmetic procedures, there are some risks and potential side-effects. These include the potential for infection, mild discomfort, and nausea.
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