Can Botox Have Anti-depressant Effects? Dr. Margaret Sommerville Discusses This and Other Cosmetic Treatments in May/June 2014 Issue of Bethesda Magazine.

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May 12, 2014

Less known effects of Botox® are discussed by Dr. Sommerville in May/June 2014 issue of

Bethesda Magazine.

Botox® injected into the frown lines has been shown to have anti-depressant effects. Also, it can be used "off label" in other areas of the face and neck. In addition to a subtle "brow lift", Botox® can also accomplish lifting of the downturned lip corners. At Chevy Chase Dermatology, we believe in delivering natural results and not the frozen, "cookie-cutter" look.

Please call 301.656.7546 to schedule a cosmetic consultation and to discuss which treatment could meet your unique needs.

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Cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Margaret Sommerville , welcomes patients from the entire Washington, DC metropolitan area including Chevy Chase, Bethesda, Potomac, Rockville, Kensington, Silver Spring, and Olney in Maryland, as well as Arlington, Alexandria, McLean and Great Falls in Virginia.


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