Thanks to our innovative modern-day technology, there is now a wealth of non-surgical options such as our BOTOX in Austin that can beautifully restore a youthful, vibrant glow while helping to reduce unwanted wrinkles in the forehead and around the eyes.

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What is BOTOX?

Many patients in Austin understand what BOTOX can accomplish, but they aren’t quite sure exactly what BOTOX is. Not to worry, BOTOX is an easy product to understand. It is a version of botulinum toxin that has been purified and modified for cosmetic uses. BOTOX is a neuromodulator, or compound, that causes the underlying facial muscles to relax, thus reducing and even preventing wrinkles. In addition to reversing the signs of aging, we offer BOTOX for headaches, underarm sweating, and a variety of other medical issues such as Bell's Palsy and incontinence.

I have never had anyone do botox on me without some sort of weird spike or otherwise happening. Brooke nailed it on the first round. So if you are wondering if this should be your new injectable spa, IT SHOULD.

Havalah W.

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How much does BOTOX in Austin cost?

Each patient will need a different amount of BOTOX treatment in Austin based on their individual needs and preferences. In general, treating one area can cost anywhere from $250-500 for around 20-40 units of BOTOX. You will receive a full quote for your services when you come into our office, so you can plan ahead accordingly.

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Before & After BOTOX in Austin, TX

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Who makes the best BOTOX candidate?

The typical age range for undergoing our BOTOX in Austin is 18-65. Almost anyone who is frustrated with wrinkles and lines that make them look older than they feel may benefit from the positive effects of BOTOX, provided they are in good mental and physical health, and that they have realistic expectations for what BOTOX can accomplish. Austin patients are interested in BOTOX because it can work in a preventative manner, helping to mitigate the signs of aging before they become apparent to the eye.

Will I need any downtime or recovery with BOTOX?

The beauty of receiving BOTOX injections in Austin is that there is virtually no downtime! Patients can come into the office over their lunch break and get right back to work afterward. The injection time is about 10-15 minutes, with the next 15 minutes needed for any minor redness to subside. You should be careful not to rub or irritate the injection site, and also be sure to remain standing up straight and tall for the rest of the day. Strenuous exercise, lifting, swimming, or spa visits should be suspended for 24 hours.

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What are the benefits of BOTOX?

  • Cost-effective
  • Quick treatment time, in and out
  • Works quickly and efficiently
  • Helps roll back the clock on aging
  • A more approachable, inviting appearance
  • Improves self-confidence
  • Non-invasive and non-surgical
  • High rate of patient satisfaction

What cosmetic issues can BOTOX treat?

  • Aging skin
  • Crow’s feet
  • Sagging skin
  • Wrinkles and lines
  • Forehead furrows
  • Uneven Brows
  • Heavy Lids
  • Acne
  • R.B.F.
  • Gummy Smile
  • Square Jaw
  • Excessive Sweating
  • Migraines

What is BOTOX for migraines?

BOTOX is an excellent solution for troublesome migraine headaches that interfere with normal functioning, inhibit proper sleep, and cause undue discomfort. If you experience migraine headaches more than 15 days per month, BOTOX may be the solution you’ve been seeking. BOTOX is injected into the nerve fibers that are responsible for sending pain signals to the brain. Once the pain chemicals are blocked, headaches become obsolete. BOTOX stops painful headaches before they even start. In about three sessions, patients experience significant improvements, with results lasting 10-12 weeks at a time. Clinical studies have shown that BOTOX can reduce headache days by as much as 50%. Contact Saving Face today to experience some of the best BOTOX results in Austin, TX.


The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is located on each side of the jaw and connects the jawbone to the skull. It facilitates most jaw-related movements, including chewing, talking and swallowing. TMJ disorder is a condition wherein these joints get displaced or sustain significant damage due to consistent bruxism (teeth grinding) or external injuries. This leads to jaw tension, jaw pains, earaches and other problems. BOTOX is one of the most popular and effective treatments for TMJ disorder. When injected into the facial muscles responsible for the soreness and jaw pains, BOTOX relieves jaw tension and TMJ pains. It prevents the muscles from engaging in strenuous or powerful movements, which are otherwise often done with no conscious awareness.

Besides treating jaw pains, BOTOX also relieves the headaches, earaches, teeth grinding and other conditions associated with TMJ disorders.

BOTOX treatment is quick and straightforward and is done as an outpatient procedure without hospital stays or any downtime. BOTOX only relaxes specifically-targeted areas, so it has to be carefully administered in the relevant jaw muscles responsible for TMJ pains. The procedure’s total duration depends on the number of injections necessary, but it usually concludes within 30 minutes. You may notice significant improvements within 2 days, with the final results seen in 7 days.

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Why choose Saving Face in Austin for my BOTOX treatment?

Every person who works at Saving Face knows firsthand the apprehension and hope that comes when you first consider undergoing a cosmetic treatment. Will it work? Will it be painful? Will the results be worth the cost? As among the top injectors in the United States, Brooke Nichol instantly sets patients at ease by explaining every step of the procedure in detail and answering all questions and concerns with transparency and compassion. She is an AMI trainer for Allergan, makers of BOTOX, and is an authority on the treatment of tear troughs, a notoriously complex area when it comes to using fillers.


Are there any side effects or risks associated with BOTOX injections?

How long do the effects of BOTOX last?

Will I look natural after getting BOTOX?

Can I combine BOTOX with other cosmetic treatments?

Is BOTOX FDA-approved?

What happens if I decide to stop getting BOTOX treatments?

What is the difference between BOTOX and other Neuromodulators?

Are there any side effects or risks associated with BOTOX injections?

Yes, BOTOX can lead to side effects such as swelling, bruising, or drooping eyelids in the short term. While these side effects are typically temporary, it's essential to consult with a professional if you notice any prolonged or severe symptoms.

How long do the effects of BOTOX last?

BOTOX effects generally last between 3 to 6 months, depending on individual factors and the area treated. Over time, the treated muscles will gradually return to their previous state, and some patients opt for periodic touch-ups.

Will I look natural after getting BOTOX?

When administered correctly by an experienced professional, BOTOX can produce results that leave patients looking refreshed and rejuvenated, without appearing "frozen" or "overdone." It's essential to communicate your desired outcomes to ensure a natural look.

Can I combine BOTOX with other cosmetic treatments?

Yes, BOTOX can be paired with other cosmetic procedures, such as dermal fillers, to enhance results. However, to ensure safety and compatibility, it's crucial to discuss any combined treatments with a Master Aesthetic Specialist.

Is BOTOX FDA-approved?

BOTOX is FDA-approved for both specific cosmetic and therapeutic applications, ensuring its safety and efficacy when used appropriately. The FDA approval covers several uses, from treating wrinkles to addressing medical conditions like chronic migraines.

What happens if I decide to stop getting BOTOX treatments?

If you choose to discontinue BOTOX treatments, the effects will gradually fade, and the treated muscles will return to their original state. Over time, any wrinkles or lines that were previously addressed by the BOTOX will reappear.

What is the difference between BOTOX and other Neuromodulators?

BOTOX is a brand name for a specific neuromodulator, while others, such as Dysport or Xeomin, have their unique formulations and characteristics. Differences can include the speed of onset, duration of effect, and how far the product spreads, so it's vital to consult with a professional when choosing the right product for your needs.

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