Botox is short for botulinum toxin. It was first approved by the FDA in 1978 to use in studies on human volunteers. Since then it was realized that Botox can help with treatment for migraines, incontinence and excessive perspiration. But it is most widely used for its cosmetic usages. And its popularity continues to rise and now is becoming more and more popular with the masculine half of our species.
The number of men receiving Botox injections for cosmetic purposes as risen over 258 percent in just 10 years. In the year 2010 almost 337,000 men in the United States received Botox treatments. I guess that’s why they coined the term Brotox. So with the growing number of people having Botox treatments, including men like myself, I can not help but wonder what kind of Botox training physicians receive. Of course they must receive some Botox training for doctors, but my concern is that their Botox training might not be as hands on as I would like.
This is my face we are talking about. I fear that Botox training for doctors might have been figurative or superficial and that without hours and hours of hands on Botox training for doctors, some newbie might mangle my face. Ah well. Worst case scenario, at least Botox only lasts for 6 months or so, right? For more information, read this website: iapam.com