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You will be required to have your calf area shaved (if required) prior to treatment.
Botox Injectable For Calf Reduction Procedure Details
There are those that may seek out calf reduction if they are unable to remove areas of stubborn fat through diet and exercise. The use of Botox injectables can assist in shaping and sculpting the look that you want for your calves.
Dr. Mulholland and his team at SpaMedica offer long lasting treatments for calf reduction. Botox Injectable treatment is one of the most effective non-surgical solutions for shaping your calves.
What is Botox Injectable?
Botox Injectable is a drug derived from a bacterial toxin called botulin. Botox Injectable can be used for medical purposes, such as treating muscular conditions. Botox Injectable can also be used for cosmetic purposes to remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing facial muscles. As for treating excessive sweating, Botox Injectable is a known method to control excessive sweating for up to six months.
After Care Instructions
Post treatment instructions will be discussed with your Doctor after your Botox Injectable for Calf Contouring is complete.
How often do I need Botox Injectable for Calf Reduction treatment?
Botox Injectable injections for Calf Reduction are usually required to be repeated every 8-12 months. This can vary from person to person.
Not everyone will experience side effects from Botox Injectables, but some of the most common side effects are
- sore throat,
- Flu like symptoms
Patients are generally very happy with the results of their Botox Injectable treatment for Calf Reduction.
Benefits of Botox Injectable for Calf Reduction
The Benefits of Botox Injectables For Calf Reduction
- It allows you feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin
- You no longer have to feel embarrassed wearing revealing clothing
- Stress levels will decrease from no longer worrying about how you appear in photos
Botox Injectable Cost for Calf Reduction Treatment
The Botox Injectable for Calf Reduction treatment cost varies depending on the amount of units required for treatment.