Botox & Fillers

Botox has become a very commonly used term in today’s world. In cosmetic applications, botulinum toxin is considered safe and effective for reduction of facial wrinkles, especially in the uppermost third of the face. Injection of botulinum toxin into the muscles under facial wrinkles causes relaxation of those muscles, resulting in the smoothing of the overlying skin. Smoothing of wrinkles is usually visible three days after treatment and is maximally visible two weeks following injection. The treated muscles gradually regain function, and generally return to their former appearance three to four months after treatment. Muscles can be treated repeatedly to maintain the smoothed appearance.

Botox is actually the commercial name or trademark of a drug whose main ingredient is botulinum toxin. Incidentally, botulinum toxin is the most poisonous protein and naturally occurring substance. However, further studies have shown that this same protein can actually be helpful if used in small quantities. This is the start of the commercial use of Botox, the Drug that is initially used to treat muscle spasms but is today’s most demand cosmetic drug for the removal of wrinkles.

Botox became a popular cosmetic drug several years later it was introduced in the market. Because it can decrease muscular activity, Botox can also reduce the fine line and the wrinkles found in the face. By injecting just a small amount of Botox to the facial area, all your laugh lines, crow’s feet, frown lines, and worry lines would disappear. Botulinum toxin types A and B are used in medicine to treat various muscle spasms and diseases characterized by overactive muscle. The commercial form is marketed under the brand name Botox, among others. Botox is made by Allergan.

How Does Botox Help ?

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After injecting Botox to the face, the skin would appear unwrinkled and smooth. However, in the areas where the drug isn’t administered, the muscles continue to contract and the person’s facial expression remains the same. Active component Botox is the protein, which blocks nervously-muscular transfer and weakens overactive muscles. As a rule, the preparation remains only in the processed muscle and gradually resolves, not breaking up to parts and not moving on all body.

What Are These Injections Made Up Of?

Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA), also called botulinum toxin type A, is made from the bacteria that causes botulism. Botulinum toxin blocks nerve activity in the muscles, causing a temporary reduction in muscle activity. Botox is used to treat cervical dystonia (severe spasms in the neck muscles)

Botox Side Effects

Potential Botox side effects include pain at the injection site, infection, inflammation, swelling, redness, bleeding and bruising. Some of these symptoms may indicate an allergic reaction; other allergy symptoms are itching, wheezing, asthma, a rash, red welts, dizziness and faintness. Tell your doctor immediately if you have any breathing issues or a faint or dizzy feeling. Also, dry mouth, fatigue, headache and neck pain have been reported.You may have heard of other side effects as well, such as numbness, droopy eyelids, muscle spasms or twitching, and migration of the substance.

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