Botox Applications

What is Botox?

Botox, which is used in the treatment of many neurological diseases, has recently been used for aesthetic purposes. It is a non-surgical, temporary treatment method for moderate and severe mimic lines. It is a substance that has no toxic effect when used in Botox. Botox, Dysport and Xeominbotulinum are products that use as toxin.

How Does Botox Affect?

Botulinum toxin blocks the nerve impulses transmitted to the muscles, reducing the movements that cause the line. A temporary paralysis occurs in Botox applied muscles. Along with the decrease in the movements of the muscles, the lines that appear with the muscle movements on the skin gradually disappear.

As a result, the facial expression that looks angry, old and tired becomes younger and more lively.

Where Is Botox Applied?

♦ Forehead lines

♦ Lines between the eyebrows

♦ Lines called crow's feet around the eyes

♦ Lines around the lips (cigarette lines)

♦ Necklines

♦ Uneven skin appearance on the chin

♦ Lifting the tip of the nose

In addition, botox is used for sweating of the hands, feet and armpits, spasticity and migraine pain.

Will Wrinkles Be Completely Eliminated With Botox?

Botox can be designed for deep clefts, while deep clefts can be designed. It is used in deep botox and other dermocosmetic applications.

How Long is the Effect Period and Permanence of Botox?

After the procedure, it starts in the lines during the day, and full results are obtained in a day. Results are slim for up to four months.

How Often Should Botox Be Repeated?

Botox applications are repeated every 4-6 months. Application units may take longer. Over time some gestures are forgotten and can be achieved in the same way as lesser ones.

Is Botox Application Painful?

Botox injections made with very fine needles are generally minimal and short-lived. Pain can be further reduced with cold application or a local anesthetic cream applied before the injection. The process takes about 10 minutes. He continues his life after the person.

Who is not treated with Botox?

Botox should not be used if there is a hypersensitivity to any value of botox, which has a desire in a preferred region. It should not be used in those with forms such as ALS, Myasthenia Gravis or Lambert-Eaton syndrome, and at the onset of labor.

What are the Side Effects of Botox Application?

Bruises lasting several days may occur at the application sites. To reduce this risk, blood thinners such as aspirin and pain relievers, green tea, gingkobiloba, garlic, ginseng, echinacea, fish oil, vitamin C and vitamin E should not be used before the procedure.

There may be a temporary headache for the first few days after the application.

Side effects such as temporary eyebrows, droopy eyelids, and double vision may occur very rarely in the area around the eyes and forehead. Special eye drops are used for these side effects that regress spontaneously within 1-2 months.

In the applications between the eyebrows and the forehead area, the eyebrows may rise more than necessary and cause an uncomfortable appearance. By applying a small amount of botox on the eyebrows, excessive elevation of the eyebrows is prevented.

The most common problem after Botox is unnatural appearances such as the complete disappearance of mimics and the loss of facial expression due to incorrect applications.

Does Facial Expression Maintain Its Naturalness?

Botox gives visible results when applied correctly, but does not radically change facial expression.

Botox and Wrinkle Treatment

Botox (Botulinum toxin) is a kind of toxin obtained from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Botox, that is, this benign toxin, has an action mechanism that prevents the release of substances that provide conduction in the nerve endings and stops the transmission between the nerves and the target organ. As a result of Botox application, nerve conduction stops, the given order cannot be fulfilled, and the functions of the organ reached by the nerve are reduced or completely lost. Botox-botox, which can also be produced in the laboratory environment, has been used in medical medicine for many years in different treatments and diseases, and today it has become very popular in the class of applications for aesthetic and cosmetic purposes.

he mechanism of action of Botox is used in many areas of medicine. In the field of plastic surgery and cosmetics, it is generally used to reduce facial mimic wrinkles and lines that occur with the movements of mimic muscles and to reduce sweating in areas with excessive sweating.

Statistical data from the USA in recent years; It has been shown that botox (bt-x) application is the most applied medical aesthetic treatment with the highest increase in applications. There are similar data in our country. Even if some people have never heard of botox, this situation is decreasing very quickly.

Get Rid of Wrinkles and Lines with Botox

Botox, which is the easiest method of getting rid of aging lines and wrinkles on our face that bothers us without surgery, has been used safely and successfully in cosmetics for 15 years.

The working of the mimic muscles over the years, genetic factors, habits, make the folds on the skin covering the muscles prominent, and thus dynamic lines on the face, namely wrinkles. The most common dynamic lines are seen on the forehead, between the eyebrows, around the eyes and around the mouth. The lines on the forehead, upper lip and around the eyes give the person an older look, and the lines between the eyebrows give the person an angry look with a frowning brow. By applying Botox to these dynamic muscles on the face, the efficiency of the mimic muscles is reduced. In this way, a significant improvement is achieved in the face shape that may appear old, tired and angry.

Physicians dealing with cosmetics say that old age wrinkles are formed by the pulling of the skin as a result of the contraction of the muscles under the skin. As a result of the relaxation of these muscles after Botox, wrinkles are reduced or completely eliminated.

In Which Areas Botox Is Most Commonly Applied?

The wrinkles that respond best to Botox treatment are forehead lines, wrinkles around the eyes, cigarette lines above the lips and wrinkles between the eyebrows. Botox can also be used in the treatment of smile lines, neck and chin wrinkles, lifting the lip corner, and in cases called platysmal bands on the neck. We can sometimes combine Botox applications with aesthetic fillers.

Forehead Botox

The forehead area is one of the areas that show the wrinkles and facial expressions the most. Horizontal wrinkles here are corrected with the application of forehead botox. While applying botox on the forehead, the condition of the eyebrows and eyelids is taken into account. Sometimes it should be combined with brow lift botox. Forehead botox is often applied together with brow botox.

Between Eyebrows Botox

The region between Kas; Pharaoh lines, also called lion lines, are mimic lines that make the person look very hard and old. These wrinkles can be corrected with botox between the eyebrows. Sometimes the lines between the eyebrows are quite deep, in this case, filling and botox application can be done together.

Eye Contour Botox

It is also known as crow's feet botox. Especially when we laugh, wrinkles around the eyes can be corrected with botox around the eyes. With this application, eye bags, under-eyes and eye sockets do not improve.

Lip Botox

It is a botox application that affects the cigarette lines above the lip. Lip botox does not add volume to the lip, it does not inflate the lip. It just smoothes out wrinkles. Lip botox application differs from other botox applications.

Chin Botox

Chin Botox is applied on the wrinkles of the chin. At the same time, the corners of the lips can be taken up by blocking the muscles that pull the corners of the lower lip down.

Neck Botox

Two vertical muscle groups in the neck area can be corrected with neck botox. The relaxation of these muscles eliminates the “turkey-turkey neck” appearance, especially in the vertical position. The amount of botox applied to the neck area is higher than other areas. This application does not help to stretch the neck, remove fat or correct sagging.

Nose Botox

What should be understood when it comes to non-surgical rhinoplasty is to lift the tip of the nose with botox and camouflage the nasal arch using a filler. With nasal tip botox, the tip of the nose that goes down while laughing is corrected. Apart from this, the lines of expression on the upper part of the nose can be corrected by applying botox to the nose.

Smile Botox - Gum Botox

Especially in patients with upper jaw problems, their gums may appear too much when they laugh. This problem can be camouflaged with gum botox.

Migraine Botox

Migraine pains, especially those originating from the front of the head, can be corrected with migraine botox applied to this area. With Botox relaxing the muscles, the pinched nerves are relieved and the patient does not feel migraine pain within 6 months. In other words, it prevents pain before it occurs

Eyebrows Can Be Changed With Botox

Botox also has effects on the eyebrows and its surroundings, apart from facial mimic lines. Low eyebrows make the person look older and sometimes more angry than they are. Here, by blocking the muscle groups that pull the eyebrows downwards with botox, the eyebrows rise a little from their edges and take a more impressive stance. Brow lift botox is not an alternative to surgery, it can be done in combination with other botox applications. Brow lift botox can be done quite naturally.

Avoid Cheap Fake Brand Botox

One of the most important issues about Botox is the use of the original brand, and perhaps more importantly, in appropriate dosages. Original Allergan brand Botox and British Dysport are counted as original botox in the market. I do not think that a good doctor would use such a thing, but we still need to be careful about botox. Apart from this, there are a wide variety of Far East and Chinese Botox products. Patients should definitely avoid very cheap and different botox brands.

How Long Is Botox Effect Duration?

Botox is a temporary application, and although the duration of effect of botox varies depending on the difference in wrinkle density and muscle strength, it can last from 4 months to 6 months on average. In addition, this period can be extended with the frequency of application. Another point to be aware of is that after the effect of botox passes, it will return to the pre-application state and no worse situation will occur in any way.

Can the Effect of Each Applied Botox Be Different?

Sometimes patients experience a difference between the botox they have had before or the botox made in different clinics and centers. The most important reason for this is that when botox is opened, it should be used quickly and not kept in the refrigerator for a long time. The effect of the delayed botox decreases. For this reason, it is necessary to prefer centers where botox is made too much. When botox is over-watered or stored in the cupboard, its effect will wear off much faster.

Sometimes after botox application, patients may not achieve the desired result, sometimes they may act hastily and think that it is not showing its effect. Since the effect of Botox fully settles after 15 days, if the patient has a deficiency or problem with botox, he or she should wait for this period. After 15 days, tiny botox touch-ups fix the problem. However, no retouching is done after 2-3 months for botox.

What are the Side Effects of Botox?

Although not permanent, there may be temporary botox side effects. Botox applications have been made for a very long time and although no serious side effects have been officially published until now, there may be undesirable and temporary side effects with inappropriate doses and wrong applications, even if absolutely nothing is done. Since Botox toxin is applied in doses that will not harm the body, its application is quite safe and its side effects are negligible. The most common side effect is small bruising, which is not specific to botox but specific to needle and injection. Another condition that can be counted as a side effect is the accumulation of eyelids and eyebrows. This occurs as a result of the decrease in the effect of the skin on the muscle mass, it usually goes away by itself in 1 month. Sometimes eye drops may be required for unilateral drooping of the eyelid.

Does Botox Cause Paralysis?

The effect of Botox is not permanent, it lasts for an average of 6 months. Therefore, it is not possible to talk about a permanent paralysis. This effect is the one we want. In its mechanism, it temporarily stops the message sent to the safe. In this way, we cannot move our mimic muscles enough and the wrinkles here are erased.

Botox and Expressionless Face?

When Botox is applied, the expression does not disappear, on the contrary, you get rid of unnecessary facial expressions and wrinkles. Sometimes you can move the muscles very little with botox, which is made very solid, this situation decreases in a certain time. Some patients prefer this situation, while others prefer natural applications. Again, instead of blocking all muscles with botox, the blockage of some muscles already prevents the formation of an expressionless face. Personally, I prefer botox applications that do not change the facial expression of the patient but improve the wrinkles.

How Do Botox Prices Change?

Botox prices vary according to the number of areas where botox will be applied. For example, only the price of botox application between the eyebrows and the price of botox between the eyebrows will be different. Botox prices in wrinkle treatment are calculated according to the number of areas to be applied for each patient.

Again, the price of botox used in sweating treatment varies according to the face. Underarm sweating botox price and hand sweating botox price may differ.

Of course, the price and fee of each botox center will be different. Very cheap botox prices may indicate delayed, over-watered botox with little effect. In this case, it happens in centers that do not have many botox patients and do not apply botox.

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