When it comes to BOTOX® and other non-surgical injectables, it's important to do your homework. As NBC Nightly News reported last month, virtually all types of physicians – from family doctors to dentists – are increasingly offering BOTOX® at their practices. While the majority of these physicians are providing this service legally, you may be better off choosing a physician who:
- Specializes in cosmetic procedures
- Has extensive training in facial anatomy
- Has extensive experience performing BOTOX® injections
It's easy to forget the even non-surgical procedures carry the risk of complications and adverse results. When BOTOX® is injected improperly, the result could be a drooping eyelid or eyebrows that drop downward, which is why it is so important for your BOTOX® injector to understand how the facial muscles and anatomy work. As oculo-facial surgeons, Dr. Morgenstern and Dr. Giacometti specialize in procedures of the face, head and neck. They know how to use injectables to get the desired result, and they know of all the possible adverse events and how to prevent them. You deserve to get great results from BOTOX®.
To learn more about our extensively experienced and highly trained oculo-facial surgeons, please call Morgenstern Center for Orbital and Facial Plastic Surgery at (610) 687.8771.