The difference between a successful BOTOX® procedure and one with disappointing results depends entirely upon who you choose to perform your injections. When you elect to have a BOTOX® procedure, you want to know that you’ve chosen the best possible plastic surgeon for the best possible result.
Even though BOTOX® treatment is now performed by a wide variety of medical professionals – including ophthalmologists, nurses, and physician assistants – only plastic surgeons are trained to work with the delicate skin of your face for the best and safest outcome. Our experienced plastic surgeons at Marietta Plastic Surgery bring the highest credentials and most complete medical training to your BOTOX® treatment.
Evaluating a Medical Professional for BOTOX® Injections
Choosing a doctor that is a certified member of the American Board of Plastic Surgery* should be your first step when considering BOTOX®. However, this can become complicated when a nurse or physician’s assistant associated with your chosen surgeon is the one performing your treatment, instead of the surgeon themselves.
Here are a few questions to ask a plastic surgeon when you are considering BOTOX®:
- Who will perform my BOTOX® injections?
- Do you follow the recommended saline dilution of BOTOX® Cosmetic?
- How long have you been performing BOTOX® injections?
Every client is unique and has different needs. You can trust our plastic surgeons at Marietta Plastic Surgery to help you achieve the BOTOX® results you are looking for safely and effectively. If you live in Atlanta, Marietta, or Woodstock, Georgia, please contact our office today to schedule a consultation.
* = Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
† = Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery