Botox

Unlike what many people think, Botox is not a procedure causing the face to swell but rather one that only removes mimic wrinkles. When applied at the right dose accurately, it is possible to get impressive results.

Botox is an injectable drug basically made of the toxin produced by a bacterium called Clostridium Botulinum. This toxin reduces or inhibits the contraction of muscles, thereby preventing any wrinkles a specific muscle could cause.

Moreover, it is minimally possible to enable some facial formations to change place. For instance, when we block the muscle that pulls the eyebrows down, eyebrows go up to a certain extent or when we inject Botox into the forehead, wrinkles in that area will be lost since the forehead muscle is blocked.

Unlike what many people think, Botox is not a procedure causing the face to swell but rather one that only removes mimic wrinkles. When applied at the right dose accurately, it is possible to get impressive results. However, excessive application may result in unfavorable or daft looks and funny expressions.

It is not possible for Botox to solve all facial problems of a patient. Any effort to do so will result in a failure to achieve the desired looks. The patient must be listened very carefully and the most appropriate solution should be offered. A capable practitioner knowledgeable about the other applications is an asset in terms of selecting and suggesting the most appropriate solution formulas to the patient. When your ever-visible face is concerned, we recommend you see specialized physicians, i.e. plastic surgeons.

 

Areas of Application and Repeated Applications

Botox is applied around the eye as well as the forehead and eyebrows. It can also be injected into some lower areas of the face such as the lines around the lips.

It is also possible to apply Botox in the neck but the neck area is a risky one. The injection of Botox further down may bear risks such as muscular problems. In addition, the results are far from satisfactory.

Following Botox application, some patients enjoy short-term effects while others have a long-term benefit. Botox application should be repeated in every four or six months in line with the duration of action.

 

What Should Be Done Before and After Botox Injection

During and after the day when Botox injection will take place, an alcohol-free period of 24 hours should be observed. Similarly, challenging movements and exercise as well as excessively hot environments such as saunas should be avoided. Brow shaping and brow threading procedures should also be postponed until the expected Botox effect is achieved.

 

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