FAQS about Botox
Botox is injected into specific target areas that have wrinkles or fine lines due to overactive contraction of muscles. The treatment relaxes these muscles, resulting in wrinkles and expression lines being smoothened out.
The effects of Botox last for up to 3 months, after which treatment must be conducted again, to resume the smoothened effect.
Botox is entirely safe for patients to undergo when conducted by an experienced specialist who knows what they’re doing.
Botox by itself is not very painful, with only a slight pinch caused by the needle. However, the doctor can apply numbing cream for patients with low pain thresholds, for an entirely painless procedure.
Effects are seen after the first session itself and usually kick in 2-4 days after the procedure.
When conducted by an expert, you will look exactly like yourself after Botox, except with fewer wrinkles and lines. Patients are able to express emotions on their face like normal, without the addition of expression lines showing up.
Anyone between the age of 18-65 years of age, who wishes to get rid of wrinkles or expression lines on their face, is a good candidate for Botox. In case you have any specific allergies, an experienced specialist can determine if it is the right treatment for you.
Any trained physician with the appropriate qualifications can successfully conduct Botox. Make sure you visit an expert who has experience in efficiently determining the target areas and conducting the procedure.
Botox is one of the most cost-effective methods to efficiently hide wrinkles and expression lines. Once the expert determines your target areas, an estimated cost can be calculated. Get in touch with us for a consultation.
Once the effects of Botox wear off, the muscles revert back to their original state, without any worsening. However, you will require another session if you wish to smoothen wrinkles further.