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What are the long term consequences of botox?

What are the long term consequences of botox?

Safety of Botox: There have not been long term side effects reported after Botox adminsration. Short term side effects have gone away including headache, bruising etc. ...Read more

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Botulinum Toxin (Botox) Injection (Definition)

Botox is a medicine that causes muscles to relax. It is commonly used to improve the appearance of deep facial lines or wrinkles between the eyebrows. It is also used to relieve migraine, and in certain conditions that involve muscle spasm. ...Read more


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Debil. Migraines, clear MRI, small bulging disk, neck inj with short term + results, scheduled for Botox, muscles hurt always Tylenol (acetaminophen) 4 4x a day Help!

Debil. Migraines, clear MRI, small bulging disk, neck inj with short term + results, scheduled for Botox, muscles hurt always Tylenol (acetaminophen) 4 4x a day Help!

Complex history: RSchaefer ~ it seems you are in good hands having had the MRI and being scheduled for botox. The only Drs capable of dealing with this type of complexity are neurologists, so best advice I can give is check in with a well known Neurologist and then stick with him as best results come from ONE competent doctor assisted by subspecialists. Thanks ...Read more

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What is botox?

Botox works because: Botox is used to relax muscles that cause wrinkles when they move. Usually it is a superficial muscle and it typically involves the facial muscles. Since wrinkles are the result of repeated movement, Botox can also creat smoother skin at rest. The trick is to give enough to smooth but not so much that there is no expression. Gives a 3-4 month affect. ...Read more

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Is botox safe?

Is botox safe?

Yes: Botox has been used for years in many medical applications. The amount of Botox used for the typical cosmetic treatment of moderate expression lines of the face is 1/10 to 1/3 the amount used in other medical conditions. The biggest contraindications for the general healthy public include pregnancy and breast feeding or active infection at the site of treatment. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Is botox safe?

Is botox safe?

Yes: Like any product, its safety of the is dependent upon and responsive to the person administering it & it's quality. Botox is a purified protein that alters the muscles ability to cause lines and deep wrinkles around the outer eyes and forehead. Choose a physician wisely and do not go overboard with removing all lines or wrinkles. Animation is good! Be smart! Www. Artofplasticsurgery. Com ...Read more

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Is botox good?

Is botox good?

Yes: Botox is a purified protein that is used to soften wrinkles of the forehead and those on the outer lids (crows feet). Ideally, the muscular motion that contribute to these lines will be softened leaving a relaxed and pretty appearance. Good Botox should still allow some animation. Www. Artofplasticsurgery. Com ...Read more

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Does botox hurt?

Does botox hurt?

Typically: The needles is very skinny and short so likely a tiny pinch but needs to be placed in a few locations. ...Read more

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What is botox made from?

What is Botox?: Botox is a medication consisting of a purified protein product of the bacteria clostridium botulinum. Botox like so many other medications has been purified from a protein found in nature. When used at the appropriate injectable doses, Botox has a very consistent & predictable effect on target tissues in the body (muscles and sweat glands). ...Read more

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How could I get botox.?

From your Doctor: Botox is a substance that requires not only a doctor's prescription, but for a certified medical person to give the injection. The injector should understand facial anatomy - that's why I give my patients the injections myself. Other offices allow their nurses to give it. The bottom line is that when given correctly, it is both safe and effective for control of facial lines and wrinkles. ...Read more

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At what age can you get botox?

At what age can you get botox?

It depends...: Botox is fda-approved in people 18+ years old for dystonia, spasticity, torticollis & retrocollis, blepharospasm, writer's cramp, chronic migraines, bladder spasm, and I think cosmetic purposes as well. There may be others I'm not yet aware of. Talk with your doctor about Botox if you have any of these problems. Good luck! ...Read more

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What's it's like to use botox?

What's it's like to use botox?

A pinch: Botox injections feel like a slight pinch at the area of the needle. Results become apparent over the next 1-2 weeks. Results last for 3-4 months. Wrinkles in treated areas will become less apparent or even totally disappear. Very safe and very effective! ...Read more

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Can you use botox to treat CP?

Botox for CP: Hi Thanks for the question. Botox is currently used for CP patients to help relax contractures from hypertonic muscles. It is used in much higher doses than cosmetic botox. ...Read more

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How long to recover from botox?

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How long to recover from botox?

Botox recovery: Usually people go back to work immediately. There may be slight bruising and rarely and slight crusting. ...Read more

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What are some dangers of botox?

What are some dangers of botox?

Minimal: Botulinum toxin is a deadly poison in large doses because it can paralyze vital muscles used in breathing and swallowing. In the very small doses used in cosmetic treatments, there have been no serious incidents. Bruising, drooping and rarely, blurred and double vision are realistic risks. Counterfeit products could be a problem. Going to an experienced, licensed injector is your best protection. ...Read more

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If I am now 23. Can I use botox?

Sure: Age is not an issue, just depends on what the issue is that you need the Botox for. ...Read more

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At what point should I do botox?

At what point should I do botox?

When to do Botox: The only person to answer this question is you. If you have certain wrinkles like frown or "11" lines, worry lines on the forehead or crows feet around the eyes then you might consider doing Botox or Dysport to relax the muscles that cause these lines. If they do not bother you then you do not need to treat the. Cosmetic procedures are completely elective. You are in control. ...Read more

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Will botox help for my undereyes?

Will botox help for my undereyes?

It depends: Botox can help with undereye lines and wrinkles caused by muscle contractions, such as when you smile. It can relax these lines and lessen the development of permanent wrinkles. Undereye bags and dark circles are not affected by botox. ...Read more

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What is the use of botox injections?

What is the use of botox injections?

Several: Botox has on label and off label uses. On label means uses that the fda has specifically approved it for and off label are other uses not "on the label". Some common uses are: decreasing the appearance of wrinkles, migraine headache treatment, clenching/tmd, overactive sweat glands, and relief of muscle pain. ...Read more

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Are there any side affects to botox?

Yes: Here is a link to the FDA required notification in the Allergen web site: http://www. Allergan. Com/miscellaneous-pages/allergan-pdf-files/botox_med_guide ...Read more

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How safe is it to get botox injections?

How safe is it to get botox injections?

Safer than peanuts: Botox has been around for decades! There are more deaths from peanuts and penicillin than there are from botox. Botox side effects are generally mild and they resolve without any treatment. There is no chance whatsoever of getting botulism from botox. It is a purified protein not a bacteria. Find a doctor with lots of experience and try it! ...Read more

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