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What is Botox? What Does It Do?
Botox is used in many medical fields, especially in aesthetics. It is an exotoxin used for the treatment of facial wrinkles and excessive sweating. It is produced by a bacterium whose main substance is clostridium botulinum. This toxin prevents the muscles in the injected area from receiving signals from the nerves.
Botox is a wrinkle removal method that has been used for years. In addition, it is one of the most preferred methods for many women today, as it is the most reliable and easiest method for getting rid of wrinkles and lines on the face. Do not forget that people who perform this type of procedure must be a medical school graduate. Some companies advertise cheap botox under the premise of a campaign. Inexpensive botox is made by adding water to the syringe containing the botox substance.
How is a Botox Treatment Performed?
Local anesthesia cream is applied to the area 20 minutes before the procedure. The area where Botox will be injected is marked with a pencil. (For example, if you are getting your face done, raise your eyebrows (for the lines), frown (for frown lines), smile (for crow's feet).
How Long Does It Take to See the Effects From Botox?
Botox starts to show its effect 2 days after the procedure. The time frame for the full transition is 10 days. 10 days after the procedure, a check up is scheduled and botulinum is injected in to the required areas again. After the first treatment, the effect can be maintained for a longer period of time with regular sessions every 6 months for the subsequent treatments.
Does Botox Brighten Skin?
Yes, after the procedure, all lines and wrinkles on the skin will be cleared, so a shine occurs. This makes your skin look lively and healthy. When you look in the mirror, you will feel extremely good.
What Can You to Do to Increase the Effect of Botox?
The most effective way is to have your Botox treatments done at regular intervals. Regularly performed Botox causes the muscles that cause wrinkles to weaken over time, and thus Botox maintains its permanence on your skin for a longer period of time.
Is There Permanent Botox?
No, the Botox effect is not permanent. However, it has been observed that when you have the same dose of Botox later years, the effect duration may be longer and more pronounced.
Where Are Botox Treatments Used?
The areas where Botox is used the most and have good results are mid-brow wrinkles, forehead wrinkles, eye edge (crow's feet) wrinkles, upper lip wrinkles (cigarette or barcode lines), treatment of the sad and tired appearance caused by the lowering of the lip corners, treatment of facial oval disorder caused by flattening and turning upwards, gummy smile (appearance of gums when smiling) treatment, treatment of bunny lines (wrinkles formed on the edge of the nose while laughing), treatment of vertical muscle bands in the neck, as a clenching treatment and patients with square face, for support in the treatment of sagging cheeks, and as a treatment for excessive sweating in the armpits, hands and feet, and on the face.
Botox procedures are performed for the treatment of asymmetries of the face in patients who have had facial paralysis. You will start to see the effects 7-10 days after the treatment, after 4-6 months the effects begin to decrease. Don't worry, everything is in your hands. You can do it again when you decide you need it.
What is Botox for Migraine?
Botox is also used for people who suffer from chronic migraine. Doctors believe that the toxins in Botox blocks neurotransmitters that carry pain signals from the brain, stopping migraine headaches before they start.
For this purpose, a local anesthesia cream is first applied to the so-called “trigger points”. After 20 minutes, Botox is injected into key areas, which usually include the forehead, sides, back of the head and neck. Approximately 30 injections are required.
Although the full effect does not occur until 10 to 14 days after the injection, 70% of patients report that headaches became less frequent immediately after the procedure. The effect of a treatment lasts between 3 and 6 months, so it is recommended to repeat the treatment every 12 weeks.
Who Should Not Use Botox?
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should wait to have Botox injections. Those who have bleeding problems, neuromuscular disorders, and skin diseases in the area where treatment is desired are unfortunately not suitable candidates for Botox injections.
What Should Be Considered After Botox?
Do not contact the treated area with water for the first 6 hours, do not lie on your back or face, do not raise your eyebrows, do not get a massage, do not enter the solarium, do not lift heavy objects, etc. Afterward, do not rub your face vigorously while washing or showering.
Another point to be considered is that you should not go out in the sun until the edema and redness have subsided after the procedure. Another important piece of information is that people who perform this type of operation must be medical school graduates. Some institutions add water to Botox and perform the process cheaper. We recommend that you beware of cheap Botox advertisements. Since this mixture is mixed with water, it loses its naturalness and its effectiveness time is reduced by half.
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