Botox: Botox is a non-surgical treatment that can, among other things, temporarily smooth moderate to heavy forehead wrinkles, frowning brows, crow’s feet and lined neck. This involves injecting small amounts of purified botulinum toxin into the muscles of the face or neck responsible for the movements associated with wrinkles. The injection weakens the muscle and thus reduces the wrinkles and fine lines associated. The face looks relaxed and rejuvenated.
How Botox works: Botox fights wrinkles that occur when the skin’s nerve cells under the skin release a chemical called acetylcholine. This chemical triggers a muscle contraction that creates wrinkles. The product, known medically as botulinum toxin type A, is the compound that releases acetylcholine, which essentially paralyzes the muscle and stops the contraction. The results are fully visible after one week of treatment and are maintained for at least three months.
Botox reduces wrinkles by 80%. Patients are usually between 35 and 60 years old. The results vary from case to case and are transient. You want to schedule additional injections based on your long-term treatment goals.
The Botox procedure Botox. You may be allergic to any diseases you have.
No anesthesia is required, although we can treat the area with a cold compress or anesthetic cream.
In the area to be injected, we want to determine where the injections should be made. The choice of injection points is essential to the success of the procedure. For each site to be treated, many injection sites can be marked. These points may not be on the fold itself, but in the area where the muscle contracts.
The amount of Botox to be used for the procedure is determined. Depending on the scope of the treatment; The process can take a few minutes to 20 minutes
Use of Botox
- Anti-wrinkle treatment for crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, forehead wrinkles, rabbit folds, lip wrinkles, puppet wrinkles
- Chemical lifting of eyebrows
- Nasal torch
- nasolabial folds
- Mental fold
- Platysmal ligaments
- Horizontal neckline
- Hypertrophic mandibular angle (masseter hypertrophy)
- facial asymmetry
- Strong armpit sweating (hyperhydrosis)
After the procedure
There is no recovery time required. You are ready to continue your day! Normal activities can be resumed immediately. However, patients are advised to stay away from the sun. The results are usually 4 to 6 months. The results may vary. If you are satisfied with the results of a Botox treatment, you probably want to create a treatment plan. If you stop the treatment, the frowns between your eyebrows look like they were before treatment. Do not wait for a special occasion to use Botox