Facial rejuvenation procedures are very effective especially in the treatment of wrinkles and sagging that occur with age.

Botox procedures, applied during the period when serious aging effects have not yet started, help to gain a younger and livelier appearance without the need for surgery. Botox procedures come to the fore among the non-invasive techniques that give the skin a tighter and fresher appearance.

Botox applications are extremely successful in eliminating facial wrinkles and are often preferred because of their long-term effect.

What is Botox?

Botox is an aesthetic procedure applied to remove facial wrinkles and to eliminate problems such as sweating and migraine, with a special substance obtained from the bacteria called “clostridium botulinum”. It is widely used especially in removing facial wrinkles and sagging because it does not require surgical intervention and its effects appear immediately. Botox applications, which enable the signs of aging on the face to be treated as soon as possible, provide rejuvenation by seriously lightening the wrinkles.

How Does Botox Work?

The main purpose of Botox applications is to prevent the release of substances that are secreted from nerve endings and provide communication between tissues. Due to nerve impulses, electrical transmission between sweat glands and muscles is provided, which leads to effects on the skin such as sweating or wrinkling. Thanks to the botox procedure, which is performed as an injection under the skin, the communication between the nerves is temporarily stopped and the contraction of the muscles is prevented. In this way, skin wrinkles and sagging are eliminated. During Botox application, only the target nerves lose their function, so other mimics and facial movements are not adversely affected by the application, and the way the muscles work is not deteriorated.

With facial botox applications, skin folds and lines that occur due to excessive use of mimic muscles are prevented. Frequently used muscles such as between the eyebrows, forehead, around the eyes and around the lips cause wrinkles on the face. Botox applications, on the other hand, weaken the way these muscles work and eliminate the folds and lines on the skin. Especially the lines between the forehead and eyebrows, which give the person an old and angry appearance, can be alleviated by botox applications.

Who Cannot Have Botox?

Botox applications are extremely successful in eliminating facial wrinkles and are often preferred because of their long-term effect. It is one of the features that make facial botox stand out, as it is done without surgery, has a high success rate and is effective up to 6-12 months. Botox, which has very few side effects, can be applied to individuals of all ages, but it is not recommended for the following people:

  • pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding
  • Those with nervous musculoskeletal diseases
  • Those with skin disease in the application area
  • Those who use blood thinners

How is Botox Treatment Made?

Botox applications to the face are performed very quickly and simply, and the application effects become evident right after the session. Before the botox sessions, which are completed in an average of 10-15 minutes, a numbing cream is applied to the application area, thus keeping the patient comfort high during the procedure. Thanks to the cream that provides local numbing, the patient does not feel pain and ache during the procedure.

The amount of injection used in facial botox is determined by different factors such as the depth, size of the wrinkles and the needs of the person. Before the procedure, the specialist physician makes the most appropriate injection adjustments and draws up a treatment plan to achieve the most ideal results. With the help of disposable and fine-tipped needles, injections are made on the relevant muscles, this injection affects the way the muscles work and reduces skin wrinkles. After the procedure, mild pain and burning sensation may occur in the application area, but these complaints disappear by themselves.

When Does Botox Effect Occur?

Botox effects occur in approximately 48-72 hours and last for 4-6 months. If the effect decreases, a new session can be arranged and as the number of sessions is increased, the duration of the action increases. At the end of the ongoing sessions, the effect of a single application begins to last for 10-12 months. After regular repeated botox applications about 5-6 times, a serious reduction in facial wrinkles is observed and the general appearance is improved.

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