What is Botox?
Botox is a treatment with injections, so that we can rejuvenate the face by temporarily blocking neuromuscular transduction and relax each muscle. The treatment used is purified form of botulinum toxin type A injection is appropriate, small doses eliminates and prevents the expression wrinkles caused by the contraction of facial muscles.
How does Botox?
After the introduction by a doctor in a small amount of preparation wrinkles around an annihilation of neurons that are responsible for the transmission of the impulse to the muscle contraction. Through neutralization of muscles over a period of 6 to 8 months. At that time, the skin relaxes, the wrinkles smoothed out, and the muscle “unlearning” a contraction – giving a natural and refreshed appearance.
Is treatment with Botox injections offered to you?
A doctor performs the operation and together you will decide a treatment program appropriate for your skin. Botox treatment with injections is recommended at the time of the creation of noticeable wrinkles – only then can effectively smooth the skin and prevent their further deepening. At the doctor pronounced wrinkles Botox will recommend higher doses and longer filler often necessary.
In what areas of the face is recommended?
Botox is ideal for eliminating facial wrinkles: crow’s feet around the eyes, wrinkles smoker, wrinkles and furrows on the forehead between the eyebrows. Also, you can get the effect of raising or lifting eyelids drooping corners of the mouth. This treatment reduces wrinkles with Botox injections the neck and neck and jaw line corrected.
Botox is also used to treat excessive sweating – is directly injected into the underarm area, or other desired location. Stops operation of the nerves that are connected to the exocrine glands. As a result, perspiration is inhibited.
What is the treatment?
A doctor who administered subcutaneously – using a very fine needle, performs the procedure – inject designated area small doses of a treatment. The treatment procedure is quick and simple.
How long is the treatment?
The procedure takes a few minutes, so often interventional procedure is called lunch.
What you will experience during the procedure?
At the time of the treatment you will feel a slight sting. Although the procedure is virtually painless, some people especially sensitive to pain, opt for local anesthesia.
When you can expect the effects of treatment?
The desired effect, depending on the age and condition of the skin, is achieved within 3-10 days after surgery.
How long does the effect and how often to repeat the procedure?
The effect of the treatment lasts from 6 to 8 months, during subsequent treatments of the time, and thus the interval between the treatments, elongate. After removal of the preparation wrinkles are generally not as deep as before treatment, but over time, if you do not continue treatments, the skin will grow old as her biological age.
How to proceed after the procedure?
The treatment generally does not leave any traces. Sometimes a slight redness, which usually subsides after about an hour. After the procedure, you can return to work and daily activities. You must remember, however, that over the next few weeks is not recommended to treatments using radio waves, infrared, or deep laser treatments. They weaken and shorten the time of preparation.
Whether additional treatments are recommended?
During the consultation prior to treatment with Botox injections, the doctor will propose a treatment to prepare the skin for the procedure that makes the effects will be even more satisfying. For example, patients with high skin laxity condition for carrying out the Botox treatment the earlier deep needle mesotherapy skin revitalization.
Are there any side effects?
After the surgery happens slight redness and slight traces of punctures.
What are the contraindications to the use Botox?
Contraindication to perform the procedure is: pregnancy, use of antibiotics, flu-like symptoms, neuromuscular disorders – muscular (myasthenia gravis, Lambert Eaton syndrome), abnormal blood clotting and anticoagulant drugs (such as aspirin).