Treating Wrinkles with Botox




There are surgical and non-surgical options for helping with wrinkles, but patients are more interested in non-surgical options because they are less expensive, affirms Dr. Max Polo, Plastic Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida.

Botox is the most common procedure in plastic surgery, the doctor affirms. He describes, Botox is a toxin and the products are FDA approved and are available for use in cosmetic procedures.

The specialist shows a product and explains how it works.

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