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It’s happened. You’ve decided it’s time to try Botox. Whether you’re tired of those facial lines and wrinkles, have chronic migraines that medications have failed to address, or you just can’t take another day of sweating through your Armani suits, Botox can help. We know you’ve done your research about Botox safety, efficacy, and costs; but how long does Botox last once it’s been administered? This is an important question when considering an investment in any treatment. You need to know how far your investment will take you and how soon you’ll need to come back to maintain your results.

The truth is that Botox results and longevity vary from person to person. Furthermore, your results and how long they last are dependent upon the reason for treatment and where your Botox injections are administered.

How Long Does Botox Last? It Depends.

A Botox treatment is designed to be unique. Dosage amounts depend on your needs; this includes the treatment area and the reason for having Botox administered. Your metabolism also comes into play. Finally, no prescription medication of any kind is a one-size-fits-all approach. The good news is that the more often you get Botox, the less you’ll likely need during repeat treatments to maintain your results.

Now that we’ve explained what goes into Botox longevity, let’s dig into the average Botox lifespans patients like you can expect to see based on clinical research and over 30 years on the market.

How Long Does Botox Last for Facial Anti-Aging & Rejuvenation?

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When you hear Botox, you likely think of Botox Cosmetic. While Botox has been around since the 1980s, it didn’t become a household name until it was released as a facial anti-aging treatment. Are you interested in Botox for treating those pesky lines and wrinkles? You can expect your results to last between 3-4 months, depending on your treatment area and metabolism.

How Long Does Botox Last for Migraine Relief?

If prescription migraine relief leaves you anything but relieved, Botox can help as it’s FDA-approved for migraines. Once the medication kicks in, results should last 3-4 months.

How Long Does Botox Last for Reduction of Hyperhidrosis Symptoms?

Hyperhidrosis is the official name for excessive sweating. A patient with hyperhidrosis can sweat through a shirt without exerting themselves. It’s an embarrassing condition, especially in the workplace. If this is you, and you’ve tried prescription antiperspirants without success, it might be time for Botox. Botox is a minimally invasive treatment option for hyperhidrosis. A single treatment should last 4-6 months.

What If My Botox Doesn’t Last as Long as It Should?

If your Botox treatment does not last as long as expected, you may simply need a larger dose at your next treatment. Keep in mind that everyone metabolizes drugs differently. Speak to one of our medical aesthetic specialist about your concerns. It may be that you need a higher dosage of Botox, or you may be better off with a popular FDA-approved Botox alternative known as Dysport. The trick is to keep your follow-up appointments, schedule your touch-up treatments in advance, and stay in contact with our providers if you have any questions or concerns.

Ready to Try Botox?

Our world-class aesthetics center in Beverly Hills provides patients with high-quality care we call The Lasky Difference. Our medical aesthetic specialists are experts in their field and treat each patient like the true individuals they are. We will work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that fits your needs. Contact us for a consultation today.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update Virtual Consultation


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

March 23rd, 2020

After serious consideration and in line with the recommendations of our State and Centers for Disease Control (CDC), we are closing the practice until Mid April.

Your health and well-being is our primary concern and we want to do our part to make sure that you are protected.

Effective immediately the following will occur:

  • All procedures and in-person consultations will be suspended until further notice.
  • The office will be available for Retail and PrePaid Packages as well as to answer any and all questions and concerns.
  • Virtual Consultations are available upon request.

We are constantly updating our services and staffing according to the local and national recommendations and will always place your health and well-being as our top priority.

We continue to exercise all the latest recommendations that are handed down by the CDC. These include:

  • Staff have been fully informed and trained to understand the disease process and its modes of transmission.
  • All staff, vendors and ancillary personnel are being asked to refrain from coming to this office if they have any signs or symptoms of a cold or an upper respiratory tract infection.
  • Every patient is also being asked to refrain from coming to the office if they have any symptoms.
  • We are asking our patients about any pertinent travel history.
  • Hand-washing continues to be the most important mode of prevention. Although it is a part of what we constantly do, now we are doing so with heightened vigilance and attention.
  • We have instituted a “no handshakes no hug” policy for now.
  • We have asked all vendors that any unnecessary meetings are canceled until further notice.
  • As we are an accredited medical facility, we are constantly sanitizing all surfaces. We have now vamped that up and our routine, multiple times a day, wiping down all surfaces, desks, door handles, keyboards and restroom facilities. We have assigned a person that does so on a constant basis.

Although Covid-19 is a serious issue, we strongly believe that it will pass and hopefully make our infrastructure and our ability to deal with pandemics in this Country even better than it currently is. We are monitoring this situation on a real-time basis and will not sit back until we know that we have done everything possible to avoid unnecessary exposure.

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