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Family Medicine, Aesthetic and Integrative Medicine, Medical Weight Loss, Precision Medicine & Bioidentical Hormone Specialists in Montgomery, TX
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Botox services offered in Montgomery, TX

Botox® injections can help your skin look smoother and younger. At Stone Creek Family Medicine in Montgomery, Texas, Jeremy McWilliams, DO, Ginger McMillian, FNP-C, Courtney Groves, FNP-C, and the team use Botox to reduce the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles. The treatment is safe and effective and presents few risks. Call Stone Creek Family Medicine today to schedule a Botox appointment. 

To book for this service please visit the Wellness & Medical Aesthetics website for more information or call 936-582-4555

Botox Q&A


What is Botox®?

Botox is a cosmetic injectable that minimizes wrinkles and fine lines. It can also be used to treat certain health problems, including migraine headaches and excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Botox is made from botulinum toxin. When injected into your face, it causes specific muscles to relax, making your skin look younger and smoother. 

What types of cosmetic problems can Botox treat?

The Stone Creek Family Medicine uses Botox to treat various cosmetic problems, including:

  • Forehead wrinkles
  • Crows feet
  • Glabellar lines (wrinkles between the eyebrows)
  • Lipstick lines
  • Marionette lines
  • Chin dimpling

Sometimes, the team uses Botox to manage other medical conditions, including muscle spasms, migraines, and bladder issues.

How do I prepare for Botox?

Your Stone Creek Family Medicine provider reviews your medical records and asks about your treatment goals. Make sure to let them know about any medicines, vitamins, and supplements you take. Certain drugs increase the risk of bruising at the injection site, so it’s important the team’s aware.

Alcohol also increases your risk of bruising and redness. Don’t drink for at least 24 hours before the procedure.

What happens during Botox treatment?

Botox is an outpatient procedure that takes 30-45 minutes.

Your Stone Creek Family Medicine provider washes your face and applies a topical anesthetic to your skin. Then, they administer a series of Botox injections into specific muscles on your forehead, cheeks, neck, or jawline. The number of injections you get depends on your treatment goals. 

What is recovery like after Botox injections?

After getting Botox, it’s normal to have redness, mild bruising, and increased sensitivity at the injection sites. Don’t rub or apply pressure to the treatment site (or sites) for at least 12 hours. Avoid strenuous exercise for at least a day and follow your provider’s recovery instructions.

How long does Botox last?

The effects of Botox last three to four months, on average.* When you notice wrinkles and fine lines recurring, schedule a maintenance appointment at Stone Creek Family Medicine. After a series of Botox treatments, your muscles might train themselves to contract less. When that happens, the team can space your visits out over longer periods of time.

Call Stone Creek Family Medicine today to schedule a Botox appointment.

*Individual results may vary.