A cosmetic surgery in Baltimore, such as a facelift, can have the effect of removing tell-tale signs of anger or sadness on the face, such as the sagging around the middle part. Those who are looking for a less invasive solution, however, can turn to Botox. As Botox acts to paralyze facial muscles that are responsible for expressions of anger or sadness, it also prevents the transmittal of these emotions to the brain.
Beyond its potential ability to treat depression, it is undeniable that this procedure can improve a person’s mood and self-confidence by improving the patient’s appearance. An enhanced self-esteem is a manifestation of recovery from the depression that may have been brought on by the thought of losing one’s youth and vitality.