Can You Reverse BOTOX®?

People who have had unfortunate experiences with BOTOX in Spokane sometimes come to my practice asking if they can reverse the results.

First, I must emphasize that I’m a strong advocate of choosing a qualified specialist, since this is the best way to help avoid disappointing results. BOTOX cannot be “reversed,” but I do offer options for correction.

Fortunately, BOTOX results are temporary, usually lasting 3 to 4 months. Negative experiences with this effective treatment shouldn’t discourage patients from seeking an experienced doctor who can create satisfying, natural looking results.

Sometimes patients are also unhappy with results of dermal fillers from other practices. Whether you’ve experienced bumps, asymmetry or over-enhanced areas from dermal fillers, there are options for correcting, and even reversing, the problem.

During the correction procedure, a solution containing a special enzyme is injected into the area previously treated. The enzyme breaks down the filler, restoring the pre-treatment appearance. Patients often see results within 24 hours, but additional treatments may be necessary.

If you’ve had a surgical or non-surgical treatment and are unhappy with the results, I recommend speaking with a qualified doctor about options for correcting your appearance. There are treatments that can help undo problems and create a more natural looking face.

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