Less BOTOX® New Jersey, Same Results

Posted July 19, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACS


Good news for existing and potential BOTOX® New Jersey users. According to a recent study conducted at the Oregon Health & Science University’s Casey Eye Institute, which included 50 women ages 30 to 50 who received regular injections for two years, the results revealed that a patient could reduce the appearance of wrinkles with fewer treatments, after 20 months. In doing so, the injections would provide longer lasting results thereby reducing the need for more frequent treatments. Although patients would still have to commit to three to four treatments per year for two years, thereafter the patient would be able to significantly decrease the frequency of treatments to as little as twice a year, while still being able to achieve a decrease in the appearance of wrinkles. The results of which can be significantly impactful with respect to the financial commitment of BOTOX® treatments, regardless of whether you are an existing patient or you are considering treatments for the first time.

BOTOX® Patient Photo

For some individuals, being able to maintain BOTOX® treatments on a three month frequency can become quite burdensome, either financially, physically or otherwise. This is especially true irrespective of the patients’ eagerness to pursue injections as said burdens can and do affect the patient’s ability to commit to long term maintenance treatments. However, for said patients, not only would a reduced schedule or frequency of treatments cause little interruption in the lives of the patients but it would also afford the patients the benefit of the same results

as a three month schedule. In this manner, the overall appeal of the product will be enhanced, subsequently reinforcing the patients’ belief in the effectiveness of the product. As a result, the cost savings and product success may impact the patients to the extent that they may be inclined to stay the course with respect to maintaining their BOTOX® New Jersey treatments after the recommended two year treatment period.

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