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What is Botox?

Botox is used for treating some muscular conditions medically and removing wrinkles by paralyzing the muscles temporarily. It is usually made from a neurotoxin known as botulinum toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

How does Botox work?

Botulinum toxin is a therapeutic protein and has attained great success in aesthetic application over the years.

It is used in small concentrations, as large doses are lethal, that work by preventing the signals from nerve cells to reach the muscles, thus paralyzing them.

The nerves produce a chemical known as acetylcholine or a neurotransmitter, where nerve endings get together with muscle cells so that the muscles contract. Acetylcholine attaches to the receptors on muscle cells and thus, causes muscle cells to shorten or contract.

Injected botulinum toxin stops releasing acetylcholine by preventing the contraction of muscle cells. Botulinum toxin causes a decrease in the abnormal muscle contraction, allowing muscles to become less stiff.

Important facts about Botox treatment

  • Botox is amongst the most popular and non-surgical cosmetic treatment, that administers almost 6 million Botox treatments every year.

  • This is neurotoxin derived from Clostridium botulinum. The organism is usually found in natural environment where it is non-toxic and is largely inactive.

  • It helps in decreasing wrinkles and fine lines by destroying underlying muscles.

  • It is used for treating migraines, excessive sweating, muscular disorders, bowel disorders and some bladder.

  • Botulism is an illness that occurs due to botulinum toxin. This may lead to respiratory failure and can be deadly.

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What is Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers, also known as soft tissue fillers, are substances that have been made to inject beneath the surface of your skin for adding fullness and volume.

Advantages of dermal fillers

  • One of the main advantages is when the product is injected in your skin, it will change your appearance to the expected and desired result.
  • Usually, the dermal fillers are based on hylaronic acid or collagen that is beneficial for the skin. These two substances will make your skin look youthful and hydrated. Thus, they continue to produce great results after the treatment.
  • They provide long-lasting results so that you can enjoy a more youthful look for at least half a year. This means you will not have to return to our clinic often for maintaining your attractive appearance.
  • The results are usually subtle which means they will look the same after the treatment is done. Most people will not know what you had done but they will only look better.
  • You can improve your self-confidence with dermal fillers. You will love the way how you feel and attain your aesthetic goals after the treatment.

Areas to be treated with dermal fillers

Dermal fillers can be used for smoothening the facial lines and wrinkles, creating fuller lips, giving proper shape to facial contours and rejuvenating your skin. The common areas to be treated are:

  • Nose to mouth lines or nasolabial fold
  • Lines around the mouth  that are perioral lines and oral commissures
  • Natural lip enhancement and defining the border.
  • Cheek augmentation.
  • Scar corrections and replace soft tissue volume loss.

How long the effects of the treatment last

The effects of dermal fillers treatment are long lasting however, they are not permanent. The treatment time will depend on several factors such as:

  • Age
  • Area you have treated
  • Quantity of dermal filler injected
  • Quality of your skin
  • Standard of living
  • Physical condition

The range of dermal fillers is proven to last up for at least a year in nose to mouth lines and six months in the lips. Once the initial treatment is done, there will be follow-up sessions for around every six to twelve months, depending on the individual and the treatment.

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