• Botox Treatment

    Are you having a troubled sleep due to those fine lines on your face of late? Put an end to your agony by availing the Botox treatment in order to keep those frown lines at bay.

    Botox is a neurotoxin protein that is sold commercially under the brand names Botox, Dysport, and Myobloc. It is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and is considered one of the most toxic proteins. Though it is toxic, when used clinically in minute doses it helps to treat painful muscle spasms and neurological disorders characterized by abnormal contractions of the muscle. It is used in various cosmetic treatments across the world.

    Botox Treatment Overview

    * You can get Botox injection by going to a cosmetic surgeon and requesting for Botox procedure.
    * Avoid taking aspirin or anti-imflammatories for more than a couple of weeks before taking the injections.
    * It is also necessary to consult a doctor to understand your tolerance level before agreeing to take the injections.
    * The Botox procedure is useful on specific areas; it is commonly used for correcting the horizontal lines and groove lines on the forehead, the vertical lines or the frown lines in between the eyebrows and outer edges of the eyes.
    * You should not expect immediate results, as it can take a couple of days for the effects to spread and relax the face muscles.

    Botox Treatment Precautions
    * It is important that you get proper guidance and treatment from a qualified and well trained cosmetic surgeon.
    * It is recommended that you do not consume alcohol for at least 12 hours after having the injections.

    Filler Treatment

    Filler injections are a cosmetic treatment used to smooth wrinkles or pitted scars in the skin, usually on the face. They are also used to make the lips fuller. When injected under the skin, a filler raises or puffs up that area. This usually goes away over time. There are many kinds of injectable fillers, including:

    * Human collagen made in a lab (CosmoDerm, CosmoPlast)
    * Hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Captique). The hyaluronic acid draws fluid to the treated area.
    * Bovine collagen (Zyplast, Zyderm). You need an allergy test 4 weeks before treatment.
    * Human collagen from human tissue (Cymetra).
    * Fat cells harvested from your body (autologous fat).
    * Man-made biodegradable polymer (Sculptra).
    * Calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse).
    * Microscopic plastic beads and bovine collagen (Artefill). The plastic beads are made of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA). The collagen goes away over time, but the plastic beads remain under the skin permanently.

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