Botox Vs Fillers - What's The Difference

If you are thinking about facial rejuvenation procedures, knowing the difference between botox and fillers can help make your decision easier. Today, we are going to look at both and discuss which one is more effective to give you a better idea of which is best for you.

Botox Vs Fillers - What's The Difference

What Is Botox?

Botox is a brand name for a ceratin botulinum neurotoxin and is one of the 4 that are currently approved by the DFA. Botox is injected in areas of facial expression to temporarily weaken or paralyze the muscles. It helps to treat dynamic wrinkles, prevent teeth grinding, get rid of frown lines, and help repair crow’s feet. Botox has many great uses outside of facial rejuvenation as well.


What Are Fillers?

Fillers are Hyaluronic acid fillers, which are gel-like products that can help to fill folds and creases, replenishing lost volume to help contour the face. Fillers are offered in a variety of materials ranging from temporary to permanent and are used to help fill lines.


Which Is More Effective?

To determine which is the most effective, you will need to determine what you are wanting to have done. Botox and fillers are both very effective and can be used on various parts of your face to correct specific areas. Talk to your surgeon about your goals to determine which will be best for you.


Botox & Fillers In Waco, Texas

If you are ready to learn more about how botox and fillers can be right for you, Waco Surgical Arts is here to answer any questions that you may have. Dr. Beck is a dually licensed physician in both medicine and dentistry. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2004 from the University of Texas at Houston. He then stayed to train at the Texas Medical Center, where he obtained an MD degree from UT-Houston Medical School and a certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is currently Board Certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. To make an appointment to discuss your facial rejuvenation, fill out our online appointment form.