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Botox anti-wrinkle injection for wrinkle treatment

Wrinkles make you look older than you actually are. With the new treatments available in the present times, most common of which is botox, facial wrinkles can be smoothened out, resulting in your skin looking 'naturally' young. You don’t need to undergo any surgery. Botulinum toxin, i.e. botox injection is the most commonly performed aesthetic procedure in the world. The treatment is rather easy to perform with a low rate of complications. It, however has, a high client satisfaction rate. And, it is not a treatment just for the rich and famous, as thought by most people.

Botox treatment is not recommended for,

  • individuals with hypersensitivity to botulinum toxin.
  • patients with any infection(s) at the proposed injection sites.
  • patients of neuromuscular disorders.
  • pregnant women or lactating mothers.

What are Botox injections used for?

Botox is most commonly used to treat facial wrinkles. It also treats chronic migraine, underarm sweating, cervical dystonia (A rare, painful condition characterized by neck muscles contracting involuntarily, causing the head to awkwardly twist and turn/ tilt to one side.) and eye dystonia/ blepharospasm. (A rare, often painful condition in which there is involuntary and sustained closure of the eyelids.)

How is the procedure is carried out?

It is a non-surgical treatment.

  • The injection site is cleaned. A topical anesthetic is applied in some cases.
  • Botox is injected into the muscle with the help of fine needles. The procedure takes about 10-15 minutes.
  • 2-3 sessions of botox injections are required at times. The results of the treatment last for about 3 months.

Normal activities can be resumed after the procedure.

Aftercare

Painkillers can be taken to ease off any discomfort.

  • Botox cost depends upon the units that are used on a patient.
  • We only use the ‘original’ BOTOX by Allergan.
  • We are well-versed with safety measures for the procedure.

  • We assure patient secrecy.
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