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Botox is a drug made from botulinum toxin type A. This toxin is produced by way of the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

Although this is the equal toxin that reasons botulism — a life-threatening form of food poisoning — its consequences vary according to the amount and form of exposure. For example, Botox is handiest injected in small, focused doses.

Uses of Botox treatment

Botox ®treatments is predominantly used as a remedy to reduce the advent of facial wrinkles and fine lines.

Beyond aesthetic applications, Botox® treatments is used to treat lots of medical conditions, along with eye squints, migraines, excess sweating, and leaky bladders.

Botulinum treatments is presently used to deal with over 20 distinct medical conditions, with greater applications beneath investigations.

Botox® treatments is currently accredited for the following therapeutic applications:

  • Blepharospasm (spasm of the eyelids)
  • Idiopathic rotational cervical dystonia (excessiveneck and shoulder muscle spasms)
  • Chronic migraine
  • Severe primaryaxillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
  • Strabismus (crossed eyes)
  • Post-stroke upperlimb spasticity
  • Detrusor (bladder wall muscle) overactivity – inflictingurinary incontinence
  • Overactive bladder
  • Hemifacial spasm
  • Glabellar strains(frown lines between the eyebrows)
  • Canthal traces(crow’s feet)

Botox® treatments is also used for:

  • Achalasia (a problemwith the throat that makes swallowing difficult)
  • Anismus and anal fissure (dysfunctionof the anal sphincter)
  • Sialorrhea (producing too muchsaliva).
  • Allergic rhinitis (hay fever)
  • Sphincter of oddi (hepatopancreatic) dysfunction(causes abdominal pain)
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Oromandibular dystonia (forceful contraction of the jaw, face, or tongue)
  • Laryngeal dystonia (forceful contraction of the vocal cords)

How does Botox works in cosmetics surgery?

Botox ®treatments when used in cosmetics surgery blocks the signal from the nerve to the muscles. The injected muscle can now not contract (tighten) as forcefully, which reasons the wrinkles to relax and soften.

Botox® treatments can be used at the brow strains, frown lines, crow’s feet, bunny strains (lines in the nose), chin (for dimpling), skin bands at the neck, and across the mouth (for smoker’s lines and down-grew to become corners of the mouth). Wrinkles due to sun damage and gravity regularly will now not respond to Botox® treatments. It is critical to re-emphasize that BOTOX® is not a facial filler (that is, it does not fill present wrinkles) – it simply relaxes the muscles which might be creating the ones wrinkles.

How long does treatment lasts?

Botox® freezes muscle movement by blockading neuro-transmitters and this effect lasts for 4-6 months; this indicates you will need top-ups some instances a year if you want to maintain your line-free look.

Once you’ve had Botox® treatments, the consequences on the muscle mass usually appear within  few hours, with the main consequences appearing after about a week.

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