As COVID-19 vaccinations increase and medical aesthetics practices reopen, this brings up a good question for both patients and providers. When is it safe after vaccinations for injection treatments with neurotoxins or dermal fillers?
As voices grow louder calling for a ban on Botox for young teenagers in Britain, we can hear the logic in their argument here in Canada. Yes, practitioners can legally treat patients under 18 years of age in Canada. But ethically, that’s a whole different issue.
Medical aesthetics treatments make people feel good. Every professional practitioner can tell you that. But can Botox actually work as an antidepressant? Evidence-based science has taken a big and exciting step forward in answering that question.
The popular neurotoxin used to smooth out facial wrinkles is now increasingly in demand for treatment of certain medical conditions. According to sufferers of severe migraines or excessive sweating, a Botox® Therapeutic treatment can be ‘a life saver.’