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What is it?

Botox has been used therapeutically for many years to treat a variety of medical conditions, specifically neurological disorders. In 2002, Botox was approved by the FDA for the treatment of moderate to severe frown lines between the brows

How does it work?

Botox blocks nerve impulses that cause muscles to contract, and as a result enables them to relax, and the wrinkles in the skin gradually soften and often disappear. The effects of Botox are very localized and, when administered by an experienced physician, and do not affect your ability to smile, laugh, or otherwise show expression.

What is the treatment like?

Botox is a quick and minimally invasive procedure consisting of a few tiny injections. Dr. Jhayro will determine exactly where to administer these injections to achieve the best results for you. There is no downtime afterward and discomfort is minimal and brief.

You can expect to see results within 1-3 days after your treatment, and continue to improve for up to 2 weeks after. Botox visible results have been shown to last up to 6 months.




Where in the face can we apply botox?

The most common area is that known as superior or higher tired, which is the space between eyebrows in order to avoid the typical angriness wrinkles.

When will the results start to be seen?

You will have to wait at least 4 days so that the protein makes its effect in the neuromuscular joint.

How long will it last for?

it normally lasts for 6 months. Maybe it last less in the first few session, 5 months, but if you respect the dates it will last longer, 7-8 months.

Does it work as preventive treatment?

Yes, when you relax the facial muscles you will avoid those wrinkles caused by facial expression…

Has it got secondary effect?

No. Some small bruises may appear alter injections but it not very frequent.

Has it got any other medical indications?

Botilinum toxine has got diverse indications, such as those concerning muscular contractions known as dystonia, blepharospasm from those people with continuous blinks, excessive armpit and hand sweating…

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