Botox Warwickshire FAQs
I thought I would spend a bit of time answering some of the questions I get asked about providing Botox Warwickshire. The key point to make is that a full consultation is needed to explain what the likely results are. Botox (properly called botulinum toxin type A) is a prescription medication and I take my medical responsibility very seriously to make sure anyone considering it is aware of the benefits and risks before treatment.
At the consultation, for Botox Warwickshire, I cover how to balance eyebrows and how to keep the result looking natural. I spend time getting to know what you are looking for so that you can get a good idea about the likely result for you. Every face is different (which is what makes it fascinating to do) and only on seeing you face can I give you an idea of what I think would give you the best result.
I have been prescribing Botox for many years and have performed many thousands of treatments and the vast majority of the people I see are repeat customers who are happy with their choice of “Botox Doctor”. For the first few treatments we make little tweaks to the plan. This means that there are additional improvements to subsequent treatments. After the first treatment I offer a top up which gives the opportunity for adjustments. This allows for caution at the initial stage. It is much easier to add and do small tweaks to get the result you are looking for.
My aim is to build a long-lasting relationship based on honest advice about what is achievable. This means that I can give you a good service and a fabulous result whilst being honest about expectations.
If you have any other questions about Botox Warwickshire that you want answered just contact us via the button at the side or by giving us a call on 01926 800770.