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What is Botox (Botulinum Toxin)?

Botox® is one of the most well-known botulinum toxin injectable brands. Botulinum toxins are neurotoxins that weaken muscles and damage neurons. A botulinum toxin injection may be administered for aesthetic or medicinal reasons. Healthcare experts inject small quantities of Botox into particular muscles to smooth wrinkles, prevent migraine headaches, and treat a variety of other health concerns.

How Does Botox Work?

Botox inhibits nerve impulses to the muscles. As a result, injected muscles are unable to contract. These effects don’t last, although they might continue for months. The major region of concern determines the muscle that is injected. Multiple areas can be treated in a single session.

Botox cosmetic injections are used to treat ageing symptoms. This procedure can smooth fine lines and wrinkles on your face in a variety of locations, including:

Procedure

What can I expect during Botox treatment?

Your healthcare professional injects small doses of Botox into the treatment region using a tiny needle. Depending on the issue, you may require many injections in various locations. Here’s what more you should know about Botox:

Typically, discomfort is minor.

The injections may hurt and cause discomfort, but the treatment is brief. Before administering injections, your healthcare professional may apply a topical numbing medication to your skin.

Botox is a non-surgical technique.

You'll be able to leave the next day.

Anesthesia may be administered to you.

You may be given a local or regional anesthetic, depending on the reason for your Botox appointment.

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FAQ

FAQ about Botox

Botox is injected into the treatment region to alleviate migraine symptoms. The medicine penetrates your nerve endings, inhibiting the chemicals that transmit pain signals.

Botox for migraines often performs better with each successive session. After the second or third session, most participants report acceptable outcomes.

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