What is Botox?
BOTOX is botulinum toxin specifically formulated and FDA approved to be injected into specific muscles in order to temporarily weaken them. When injected into certain muscles of the face, the goal is to improve the frown lines between the brows, the lines on the forehead, the crow’s feet around the eyes, and to treat migraine headaches. Years of squinting, concentrating, or frowning can cause the skin to become less elastic, causing the frown lines to remain, even when the facial muscles aren’t contracting. Although only a minute amount of the toxin is used, the result can be very dramatic, giving the skin a smoother, younger looking, and more rested appearance. When injected into the forehead muscles, migraine headaches may be minimized, or eradicated altogether.
The benefits of BOTOX develop over 2 to 7 days and can last from 6 weeks to 6 months, based on individual variability. BOTOX is contraindicated for people with a history of a neuromuscular disorder such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease) or myasthenia gravis. BOTOX should also not be used on those who are pregnant or breast-feeding. The most common side effects of BOTOX include slight swelling and mild bruising at the site. Rarely, other effects such as eyelid or brow droopiness, asymmetry of the lower face, and adjacent muscle weakness may occur. Again these side effects are rare, and if experienced, full recovery will occur as the BOTOX wears off.
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