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Nonsurgical rhinoplasty: Cosmetic nasal surgery with Botox

Non-surgical facial enhancement with Botox or facial fillers offers several improvements of the lips, cheek, eyes, and forehead without traditional plastic surgery. More recently non-surgical techniques have been used to improve the nose without rhinoplasty surgery. Botox, while commonly used to reduce wrinkles, can also be used to improve the appearance of the nose. Plastic surgeons and rhinoplasty specialists use 3 methods to improve the nose with Botox, or similar office treatments such as Xeomin or Dysport: nasal bridge to reduce wrinkles, otherwise known as “bunny” lines sides of the nostrils to help prevent widening of the nostrils when one … Continue reading »

Botox Cosmetic FDA approval for Crow’s feet wrinkles

Recently, Botox Cosmetic has been approved by the FDA for the cosmetic improvement of wrinkles on the sides of the eyes, ie. Crow’s feet. What does this mean for patients? Not much immediate change really, only that the FDA has officially approved this cosmetic treatment. Plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, and dermatologists have been safely using Botox Cosmetic off-label and other similar treatments such as Xeomin and Dysport for years in a variety of non-FDA approved methods for facial wrinkles. Botox Cosmetic can also be used to slim the face and narrow the jawline for appropriate patients. Your plastic surgeon’s office … Continue reading »

Botox Injection and Eyebrow Waxing, Plucking, Threading, and Tweezing

Botox® Cosmetic is a great option to help reduce wrinkles and smooth the skin in the forehead and around the eyes. Many DC area women, and some men, frequently have their eyebrows regularly groomed, either at a salon or done by themselves. My Washington DC Botox patients often ask if they can have an eyebrow waxing after Botox injection. Most DC plastic surgeons and dermatologists suggest avoiding any eyebrow or skin treatment around the eyes and eyebrow for least the first day after Botox Cosmetic injections. This restriction includes other similar wrinkle relaxers Dysport® and Xeomin®, in addition to skin … Continue reading »

    Houtan Chaboki, M.D.