What is botox

Botulinum toxin has been in use since 1980s for treating many dermatological condition .It is a neurotoxin that temporarily paralyses striated muscles that causes winkles. It is FDA approved.

What all Conditions can be treated with Botox ?

Creases or line on the face can be causes due to aging, gravity, Photoaging, positional pressure, harsh Weather and from facial expressions. These dynamic facial lines gradually change to static lines which are regarded as a sign of aging and can have a negative impact on the self esteem of an individual.

Conditions

  • Crows feet – fine line near the Corners of eye
  • Frown lines – Vertical lines between the eyebrows and Horizontal lines over the forehead
  • Nasolabial fold
  • Jaw lines can be redefine and shape up
  • Eye brow lift
  • Angle of the mouth depression can be corrected
  • Turkey Neck and Horizontal neck lines.
  • Dimpling of chin
  • Perioral vertical lines

Candidate selection for Botox

The patient having expression lines visible and other pattern of facial deformity.

Flow procedure is performed

  • Initially numbing cream is applied for 30 min
  • Injection sites are marked as per treatment area
  • 1ml insulin syringe with 30g needle is used
  • The client is advised not to rub or massage the area in order to avoid protein migrating to
    other areas.

Is Botox injection painful

Some patients might be complain of stinging sensation or irritation. It can be minimized by applying topical anaesthesia or ice pack. Normal routine activities can be resumed after the procedure.

Advantage

  • It is safe and non surgical procedure which can be performed in the clinic.
  • The procedure is fast, convenient and cost effective as compare to other cosmetic procedure
    and result are long lasting.
  • 1ml insulin syringe with 30g needle is used
  • Result are visible within a week which last for 4 to 6 months.

Contraindication

  • Infection.
  • Patients with serious medical issues, muscular problems or under some medications.
  • Pregnant or nursing women.
  • Allergy – a known history of hypersensitive to any component of the formulation including
    albumin.