Pick a Good Botox Injection Doctor

Sunday, August 2, 2009

This year alone, there were over three million Botox injection procedures given. This number continues to grow each year by about 25%. With such overwhelming popularity, it's only a matter of time that you or someone you know will decide to get in on the wrinkle free fun. If you are ready to find a good Botox Injection doctor, follow these steps for how to pick the right doctor for you.

Compile a list of doctors in your area that offers the procedure. Rank your list. At the top of the list anyone who comes personally recommended, by friends, family or colleagues. Follow those names with doctors that fit the next most important criteria for you, i.e., location of the office gender of the doctor, etc. Follow this formula to rank all names. If the doctor has a web site, check it to see what advise they give, what Associations they belong too and the experience they have.

Make a list of questions you have for the doctor. These may or may not be questions you already know the answers for. The important thing is to get the doctor or their receptionist talking to get a sense of what they are like. Some possible questions are: "What is Botox?", "How does Botox work?", "Is Botox Dangerous?", "How long does the procedure take?", "Does the procedure hurt?", "Will it takes affect right away?", "How long will one injection last?", "How much is a procedure?", "How soon can I have an appointment?". Call the first 3-8 names on the list and ask your list of questions to either the receptionist or the doctor. While on the phone with each office, make clear notes both on the answers they give as well as anything you notice about how they answer. Are they pushy? Impatient? Giving? Friendly? Their demeanor on the phone can says a lot about what your experience with them will be. Ask for evidence of good work. Once you have narrowed the list down to one or two doctors that sound good, ask to see samples and or testimonials of their work. You might try looking the doctors up online to verify their credentials. If you still cannot decide among two doctors, tune into your gut instinct and then go with it!

If you are into making your self-enhancement a social thing, you can ask the doctors if they offer Botox Parties. The parties are usually cheaper, since the doctor can offer a bulk rate, and often take place in some one's home rather than an office. Remember to go with your gut feeling about people. Usually, if something doesn't feel right, it probably is. not Botox can have some side effects and may not be for everyone. Make sure to do your research well. Check out this informative article Possible Side Effects of Botox Injections at http://www.articlecity.info/Possible-Side-Effects-of-Botox-Injections/.

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