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More Men Are Going for Botox…or Bro-tox

Man getting BotoxAccording to the American Society of Plastic Surgery, over 300,000 men received Botox treatment last year. That's a 10 percent increase from the year before. What is the catalyst behind this uptick? "We are finding that more and more male patients want to look less tired and more youthful," says Dr. Schweiger. "They are coming in for Botox, especially in the forehead area where a lot of men are concerned the wrinkles make them appear older or give them an unhappy look. The treatment has become so common that people are starting to refer to it as Bro-tox." Botox, an FDA approved medication that works by relaxing the muscles in the face that cause wrinkles, is frequently used for reducing fine lines on the forehead, around the eyes and around the mouth. It can last up to four months. Dr. Schweiger has extensive experience using Botox in all areas of the face. He has found Botox in the forehead to be especially effective at helping people look younger, happier and more refreshed. Botox has long been a favorite treatment of women looking to improve their appearance without going under the knife and now it's really starting to catch on with their male counterparts. "Often these men are initally prompted to come into the office after a suggestion from their significant other.  But our male patients are really happy with their results so they are coming back for second visits frequently unprompted," says Dr. Schweiger. Click Here to read more about Botox
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