Last fact-checked: 23 February 2020
For those unhappy with the visible signs of aging (so pretty much most of us), Botox in Mexicali can be an effective and affordable solution for treating crow's feet, frown lines, and other facial creases.
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By helping to soften the appearance of wrinkles, Botox treatments can offer a fresh, more youthful appearance. A number of brand names, including Botox as well as Xeomin and Dysport are used to refer to a toxin that is produced by Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium. It is this toxin that is used in Botox injections.
The treatment works by blocking signals that travel from the nerves to the muscles. Once injected, the muscle is no longer able to contract, allowing wrinkles and creases to relax. While Botox injections are most commonly used on crow's feet, forehead lines, and frown lines, this treatment can also be used effectively to treat lip lines and lines located at the corner of the mouth and on the chin. Wrinkles caused as a result of sun damage typically will not respond to this treatment.
Botox has become a popular method for helping to ease the signs of aging. For those traveling from Canada and the United States, Mexico is an ideal destination for receiving Botox treatments. Whether you choose to drive or fly, Mexicali can be reached conveniently.
Offering a wealth of expertise, Mexico has quickly become a preferred destination for patients who are looking for an opportunity to save money on the cost of their treatment while simultaneously taking advantage of the chance to enjoy a getaway.
Of course, it is only natural to have some questions when considering any type of medical treatment, including treatments performed abroad. It is critical that you select a medical facility and physician with a solid reputation. We understand your concern. That is why our staff at Medical Departures takes the time to thoroughly research clinics and physicians and only lists those doctors and clinics we are completely happy with after conducting a comprehensive background check. Our quality checks include criminal and legal records as well as professional memberships and confirmation of qualifications.
Botox treatments typically only take a few minutes. Fine needles are used to inject Botox into specific muscles. The physician will cleanse the area to be injected using a non-alcohol cleanser, such as Betadine. Depending on the physician, a topical anesthetic may be used. Botox treatment will often involve a certain pattern consisting of four or five injections on either side of the forehead. When performed on the eyes, the physician may apply two or three injections near both eyes.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the full effect of Botox treatment is generally achieved within three to seven days. Patients should be aware that the effects of this treatment typically last between four and six months. Results tend to dissipate as muscle action returns gradually, causing creases to reappear, although the reappearance of wrinkles may be less severe than prior to treatment.
Recovery and other things to note about Botox:
The cost of Botox treatment can vary based on a number of factors, including the number of injections received. In the United States, the cost for this treatment averages about $400, while the cost for this same treatment is about $250 in Mexico.
Please note: These are approximate prices based on global averages at the time of writing. To see updated prices, as well as clinic photos, surgeon profiles, patient reviews and other information, take a look at these three leading clinics in Mexicali for Botox:
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American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Website accessed: 23 February 2020.
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Botox Injections. Mayo Clinic. 13 February 2019.