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Botox relaxes the contraction of muscles by blocking nerve impulses.
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[blockquote]This protein is used in cosmetic medicine to treat moderate to severe brow furrow (glabellas lines), wrinkles, and facial creases[/blockquote]
People in their late 30s usually begin to show signs of aging in their eyes and temple area first, with crow’s feet and some bulging of the eyelid.

As they have not lost much volume at this point, fillers or Botox usually smooth out the lines that people want to get rid of. A recent study suggests women who get Botox starting in their early 30s develop fewer wrinkles than women who age naturally (so we can say that Botox works both as an anti-aging treatment but even better as an anti-aging prevention).

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Botox relaxes the contraction of muscles by blocking nerve impulses.

The result is muscles that can no longer contract, and so the wrinkles relax and soften. It usually takes a weak to see cosmetic improvement (which is maximum after two weeks) and the effects tend to last for six months (the time period that the benefits of botox will last, depends on several factors like the amount an individual is expressive and works the muscles of the face, how heavy program has of daily activities, the anatomy of the facial muscles. Most patients require retreatment to remove wrinkles and lines as they begin to reappear, but after each injection the wrinkles return as less severe as the muscles are trained to relax

Botox achieves a very “natural” cosmetic result as the face appears to be more refreshed and relaxed (even when our daily program of activities is really heavy)

Botox also has an extra benefit as it is proven to reduce headaches (the majority of headaches come from increased muscle tension on the forehead and the neck). Recently it has got an FDA approval for chronic migraine.

The treatment session is totally painless and lasts only 20 minutes. After that the patient can continue his daily activities.

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BOTOX BEFORE AND AFTER

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[faq question=”When should I start using Botox? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Traditionally, Botox is well-knowned for removing or reducing wrinkles, but it is excellent for the prevention of lines appearing. As one gets older the loss of elasticity results with lines appearing when muscles move such as frowning. If Botox is used to prevent excessive frowning then the lines will not appear in the first place.
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[faq question=”When does Botox start to work, and how long does it last? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
The result of BOTOX treatment starts to appear in a week, reaching the maximum results in 2 weeks . The treated muscles will gradually regain their action over 4 (in men and women with really strong muscle system in the face) to 6 months. Usually after 6 months a simple repeat treatment is all that is necessary to maintain the desired results. Please contact for more details.
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[faq question=”Will Botox remove all lines and wrinkles? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Deeper lines and lines which have been present for many years may not be completely removed. Such lines will require to use of dermal fillers. However, you should think about the look you want to achieve before removing all lines. 100% wrinkle free may not be natural.
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[faq question=”Will my lines look worse if I do not continue my treatment? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
No, lines will gradually revert to their pre-treatment appearance over a period of months. Continued muscle activity will clearly make them worse over time if treatment is not resumed.
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[faq question=”Is treatment effective for men and women? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Yes. However in men the results may last a bit less, due to the stronger muscle system
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[faq question=”How much time does a Botox treatment take? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
About 15-20 minutes only.
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[faq question=”Is the treatment painful? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
No, There is very little discomfort. Often, patients do not feel the tiny injection at all.

-Is anesthesia used for the Botox procedure?
Anesthesia is typically not used with Botox injections.
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[faq question=”How is hyaluronic filler different from Botox Cosmetic? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Hyaluronic is natural, cosmetic filler that plumps up the skin to smooth away facial wrinkles. In contrast, Botox Cosmetic is a drug that relaxes the muscles underlying wrinkles. Many patients have been very pleased after receiving treatment with both products in different areas of the face
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[faq question=”Is Botox safe? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Botox® is recognised as one of the safest cosmetic treatments. Side effects are rarely serious and always temporary, which is why it is now the most popular cosmetic treatment in the world.

The most common side effect is bruising. To avoid bruising don’t take aspirin, anti-inflammatory tablets or vitamin E for 48 hours before treatment.
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[faq question=”I heard Botox can be used to treat ‘sweaty armpits’. Is that true? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Sweaty armpits or “Axillary Hyperhidrosis ” can be successfully treated with Botox and can last for around 6 months. However, causes of secondary hyperhidrosis (e.g. hyperthyroidism, pheochromocytoma) should be considered to avoid symptomatic treatment of hyperhidrosis without the diagnosis and/or treatment of underlying disease.
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[faq question=”What are the alternatives to Botox? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Dermal filling agents such as Juvederm may help eliminate deeper expression lines.
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[faq question=”How is hyaluronic filler different from Botox Cosmetic? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Hyaluronic is natural, cosmetic filler that plumps up the skin to smooth away facial wrinkles. In contrast, Botox Cosmetic is a drug that relaxes the muscles underlying wrinkles. Many patients have been very pleased after receiving treatment with both products in different areas of the face
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[faq question=”What unexpected benefits can come from Botox® therapy? ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]
Tension headaches and migraine for some patients have disappeared. This occurs in patients using the muscles of the forehead and brow during periods of stress and tension. When muscles are relaxed using Botox the headaches fade.
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[faq question=”AFTER TREATMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR BOTOX ” dropcap_question=”Q” dropcap_answer=”A”]

-Refrain from touching the treated area for 4 hours so BOTOX remains in position.
-Remain upright for 4 hours. Avoid bending and laying down
-Exercise and alcohol should be avoided for 4 days.
-Avoid heat for 4 days: hair-dryer, sauna, hot shower, gym
-You may develop a slight headache following treatment. You may take paracetamol, avoid aspirin
-Arnica cream can be applied to any bruising.

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