Baby BOTOX® is an effective treatment for early signs of aging.
Similar to traditional BOTOX, these injections prohibit muscle movement to slow wrinkle formation. One of the many benefits of this treatment is its ability to fit the needs and goals of a diverse group of women and men—including younger patients. For those who are beginning to see fine lines in their 20s and want to prevent them from deepening, Baby BOTOX can deliver subtle, natural-looking results.
What is baby Botox?
Baby BOTOX is a conservative treatment that uses a smaller amount of the formula than traditional neuromodulator injections. Dr. Brunner adjusts the targeted areas, depth of injection, and other factors to optimize the outcome and provide the most natural-looking result possible. The goal is to achieve soft, youthful-looking features with no sign of “treatment” at all. By addressing wrinkles and fine lines early, you can delay the need for more invasive facial procedures in the future.
How long does baby Botox last?
Baby BOTOX results last for around 2-3 months, but this varies from patient to patient. Regular touch-up treatments are recommended to maintain the results.
How much does baby Botox cost in Princeton, NJ?
Your baby BOTOX price is typically determined by the number of units, the size and location of the treatment area, and other essential factors. While it can cost less than traditional Botox, baby BOTOX still requires skill and a thorough knowledge of facial anatomy. As a result, it may cost more, depending on your specific treatment plan.
You can determine the cost of your baby BOTOX procedure during your consultation with Dr. Brunner.
How many units are used for baby Botox?
While a traditional Botox procedure may use 25-30 units per area, a baby BOTOX treatment typically uses around 10 units. Units also vary depending on the neuromodulator used. Along with Botox, Dr. Brunner offers Dysport® and Xeomin®. After a thorough consultation, she can recommend the best neuromodulator for your needs and aesthetic goals.
Should I choose baby Botox or regular Botox?
Choosing between baby BOTOX or regular injections is dependent on a patient’s individual concerns and goals. Smaller doses of BOTOX are more suitable for younger patients who want to prevent wrinkles or target early signs of aging, though the micro version of the traditional treatment only produces subtle results and won’t last as long as a regular dose.
Personalized treatment is recommended. Consult with a provider with an in-depth knowledge of injectables and the skill to tailor BOTOX treatments. Everyone’s skin and facial anatomy are different, and larger muscles and deep wrinkles need larger doses of BOTOX to achieve optimum results.
Schedule a baby Botox consultation in Princeton, NJ
If you’re beginning to develop signs of aging and want to know how you can rejuvenate your face without surgery, we can help. Contact us today to learn more about BOTOX and other injectables or to schedule a consultation.