The number of units used with the right technique, may be directly proportional to the efficiency of Botox injections.
Plastic surgeons may inject muscles regularly for higher impact.
In order to make Botox treatments even more effective, Eden Aesthetics has developed a pill called Zytaze, which contains high doses of an enzyme called phytase. It also contains zinc, which has been used to heal wounds and repair damaged tissue for ages.
Zytaze promises users to expand the length of time within Botox treatments by 30%.
Patients who want to use Zytaze are prescribed two pills per day for four days before Botox cosmetic treatments. Patients must also take two more pills on the same day of the Botox procedure.
Zytaze claims to fasten the healing process after a Botox procedure. The New York Daily News published a clinical trial about it and it stated that 92% percent of patients found the pill actually prolonged Botox effects.
Luckily, all women and men over 18 years old who haven’t shown allergic reactions to Dysport®, Myobloc® and Xeomin® can get Botox injections. Also, those who have very specific areas of concern and need a non-invasive option instead of surgery can get Botox.
Before setting up an appointment for Botox injections, your doctor will have a consultation with you to discuss your specific needs and decide which Botox product is most suitable for you.
WIth sessions taking as little as ten minutes, during the first session patients most likely receive 5 Botox injections for frown lines and 3 Botox injections for the crow’s feet area. It is absolutely imperative that you only visit licensed and experienced professionals to lessen the risks around these delicate facial muscles.
After the Botox procedure is finished, there is no downtime needed. Therefore, if you get Botox, you can resume your daily routine whenever the treatment is over.
Make sure to inform your doctor about any excessive swelling or painful symptoms that you might experience after getting Botox injections. He or she will give you further instructions.
Having an allergic reaction is one of the most common concerns about anti-aging injectable procedures like Botox. There are a number of dermal fillers available and they all have a wide array of components to take into account. Just make sure to let your doctor know about any allergic reactions to medication that you’ve had in the past.
Make sure to tell the doctor about any medications being taken at the moment of the Botox procedure or before that. FDA approved Botox injections can only be used to treat facial wrinkles, folds and lines. They should not be used for feet or hand rejuvenation nor breast augmentation.
According to the Botox Cosmetic official website, only 1% of Botox patients experience eyelid swelling and only 3% of them report eyelid drooping.
The FDA approved Botox for creases in the frown lines in 2002. Nowadays, it’s used in a range of muscles of the face.
Botox can help with migraines, excessive sweating, bladder spasms, muscle spasms,
cerebral palsy and other conditions.
Just by going online, you could find thousands of unethical people who inject Botox with no proper certification whatsoever. Unfortunately, this could result in muscle or nerve damage, enhanced side effects and financial problems. If you want to avoid the aforementioned issues and make sure your botox injections will last what they are supposed to, visit an experienced and certified professional. It is your body- take the time to research or ask friends and make sure to book a consultation just to ensure that you feel perfectly comfortable with your physician.
Dr. Roly Borges is recognized as an expert in non-surgical aesthetic injectable treatments. His experience includes Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Dysport, Perlane, Radiesse, Platelet Rich Plasma, and Pelleve.
Based in NYC, Dr. Roly Borges graduated from Iberoamerican University School of in Santo Domingo. His education experience also includes a fellowship at North Shore University Hospital and he is certified by The American Board of Medical Specialties in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Borges currently leads a first-class private practice in Astoria, NY, where he serves as a primary care physician and internist and is affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens and North Shore LIJ, specializing in Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Thyroid and Allergies.