Q. Who is a candidate for Botox?
A. In today’s world, prevention of aging has become the goal of most of Dr. Dean Kane’s patients. He is finding in his Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa in Baltimore, MD that the range of patients coming in for Botox treatments starts with young professionals in their late 20’s and goes all the way up to 60’s and 70s. It is the one treatment that crosses all age groups and among men and women alike.
The 20 and 30 year old millennials are all about preventing any wrinkles and lines from forming. As women and men get into their 40’s and 50s they begin to see a greater droop and hooding of their eyelids and are looking to elevate the brows to reduce the tired look of their eyes and also reduce the crows feet. The older 60 to 80 group of women and men who have not done injections are now seeing deep lines and wrinkles and want to know how to erase them. In this group we often recommend doing a combination of Botox to stop the squeezing of the muscles and to use dermal fillers to fill in the deep lines and wrinkles. This combination nearly erases the lines along the forehead and between the eyebrows and it lasts almost a year.
So if you are looking for a smooth open eyed and beautifully arched eyebrows, give Dr. Dean Kane, an expert injector for over 33 years in Baltimore, a call (410) 602-3322 . Women and men of all ages get their Botox treatments with Dr. Kane because they know he provides an individualist assessment of each of his patients particular muscle movements of the brows to get the best results.
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