What is Botox?
How Is botox used?
How does botox work?
How does Botox therapy work?
When to start Botox: How young is too young?
How long does a Botox shots last?
Side Effects of Botox?
You may have some temporary side effects after a Botox injection. These could include:
- Typically, these are rare and end in 24 to 48 hours.
- Eyelid drooping. This happens with only a little percentage of individuals and typically goes away within 3 weeks. It always happens when the Botox moves around, so don’t rub the treated area.
- Crooked smile or drooling
- Eye dryness or severe tearing
- Mild pain or swelling round the injection site
- Flu-like symptoms or a general unwell feeling
- Weakness in nearby muscles
Who shouldn’t get Botox?
Pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a nervous disorder shouldn’t use Botox. Because Botox doesn’t work for all wrinkles.
Can you stop Botox once you start?
There is nothing harmful about stopping Botox. Nor are there any dangerous or negative side effects. Your muscles will simply not be as relaxed. You’ll have total mobility of the treated area, no matter how long you received Botox injections
What are the doses for Botox?
The recommended dose is 200 Units of BOTOX per treatment, and will not be exceeded. Alternatively, reconstitute two 100 Unit vials of BOTOX, each with 6 mL of 0.9% non-preserved saline and blend the vials gently. Draw 4mL from each Vial into each of two 10mL syringes.
You shouldn’t have Botox shots if you’re allergic to cow’s milk protein.
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