Botox (Botulinum toxin) is a food toxin derived from a bacteria called Clostridium botulinum. Botox is injected into the muscle in the troubled area through special needles. Blocks electrical conduction to the muscles from the nerves, temporarily reducing or eliminating muscle function in the affected area.

Where are Botox used?

  • On the horizontal lines in the forehead area,
  • On the lines between two eyebrows and leading to the appearance of a frowny eyebrow
  • When both eyebrow side lifts,
  • On the sides and sides of both eyes showing lines and wrinkles (crowbar lines) that show face aging,
  • When the lines and low-level eye complaints of the lower eyelids are corrected,
  • Horizontal lines near the root of the nose
  • When the upper gingiva appears when laughing
  • When the upper gingiva appears when laughing
  • Vertical lines on the upper and lower lips (smoking lines)
  • When lifting the lip corners,
  • In the horizontal lines between the lower lip and chin
Make the jaw skin smoother

In the treatment of horizontal horizontal stripes and vertical strips, Botox can be used in the treatment of excessive sweating under the hands, feet, face and armpit.

Does Botox Have Side Effects?

Other side effects noted with very few are: pain in the face, redness in the needle area, muscle weakness. These effects were usually temporary and on few occasions for several months.

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