A popular concern among female clients, the “angry resting face” can make people think you’re in a bad mood even when you aren’t. Luckily, there is a simple and minimally invasive solution for these issues.
Toronto Board-Certified Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon Dr. Mathew Plant talks at length about why Botox is the best and easiest solution for an unhappy resting face, neutralizing your negative expression without making any major changes to the facial features. He also discusses the how the source of the problem can be in the brow area or the corners of the mouth, creating a frown or unfriendly appearance.
He does recommend to Zwivel readers that they see a board-certified plastic surgeon for a customized treatment plan for Botox and Dysport. Seeing a Toronto board-certified plastic surgeon can help you to receive a truly customized plan that addresses all of your concerns with someone who has a deep understanding of your facial anatomy.
Dr. Plant does state that there is one main downfall to using botox – it is not permanent so the treatment will need to be repeated every 3 months.
For more information about Botox and its use in treating angry resting face, check out the full article on Zwivel.