Botox for Facial Symmetry: How It Can Balance Your Features
When it comes to changing your look, there are many different options available to you. You can opt for plastic surgery procedures, such as a facelift, or you can try something a little less drastic (especially if you’ve never had any kind of cosmetic surgery procedure before). One such thing that many individuals find themselves gravitating toward is injectables. Injectables, or in some cases known as fillers, can work wonders for your face and body without the need for costly surgical procedures. Not only that but there are other types of injectables, too, such as Botox. Botox is one of the most popular types of injectables, with millions of men and women getting these shots on a regular basis. One of the most common uses for Botox is to help your face appear more symmetrical – it can actually help when it comes to balancing out your features and making your face appear more even.
What is Botox?
Botox is a popular type of injectable that can be used on the face, neck, and hands and has even been approved by the FDA for certain medical conditions, such as bladder control concerns and migraines. Botox works by “freezing” the muscles in an area – by blocking the nerve’s impulses in the area, helping it to stay smooth. Botox is often used to treat fine lines, wrinkles, and can also help to prevent further lines and wrinkles from occurring. However, Botox is not just used for fine lines and wrinkles these days – it can be used for a wide variety of concerns, making it a very versatile injectable. For some individuals, Botox can bring relief from migraine symptoms, as well as help reinforce the bladder and pelvic muscles so that bladder control issues are not as bad.
Botox for Facial Symmetry
When it comes to facial symmetry, did you know that Botox is an ideal way to achieve the look you want? In fact, Botox is very popular for evening out the proportions of the face, jaw, and neck, allowing for a more uniform and symmetrical appearance. While Botox may not be the answer for more extreme cases of asymmetry, it can be a great choice for those who are looking at minor asymmetrical concerns, and it can be used to even out the face, chin, jawline, and cheeks. It is also a great way to try out helping your features appear more symmetrical without costly and risky plastic surgery, which can often have lengthy recovery times and can be a rather expensive commitment. Botox can also be used to create a one-of-a-kind custom aesthetic that will help you embrace your own unique looks.
Why is Facial Symmetry So Important?
For most individuals, facial symmetry can be important so that they look and feel their absolute best. It can help with self-esteem concerns by evening out features of the face in order to make it appear similar on both sides. There are several reasons why facial symmetry is important. The first major reason that individuals seek out facial symmetry is to help balance out their natural facial features. For some, changing the appearance of one side of the face can actually help you appear younger and more vibrant. It can also help give you more of an attractive appearance than a face with unbalanced features. It is also helpful for changing the way certain facial muscles behave – especially if the muscles on one side of the face are weaker or stronger than the other side. It can be useful to help correct any facial function concerns that can occur after suffering from a medical issue, such as a stroke.
Is Botox for Facial Symmetry For Everyone?
While Botox for facial symmetry can be a great alternative to traditional plastic surgery, it is not for everyone. Your provider can help determine if this will be an ideal treatment for you based on the severity of the asymmetrical areas to be corrected, as well as the cause of the facial asymmetry.
If you would like to learn more about how Botox injections can help you balance out your facial features, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today at 310-393-9359, and we will be happy to help get you scheduled for an appointment!