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Does botox reduce sensation to your face?

Does botox reduce sensation to your face?

Not anesthetic: Botox is used to relax certain muscle groups but is not used as an anesthetic. Botox blocks the muscle contraction effect of a specific chemical and does not significantly affect sensory nerves. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Pollard
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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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Will getting botox reduce sensation in my face?

Will getting botox reduce sensation in my face?

Botox no sensory: Botox doesn't cause sensory loss only motor loss. In other words, the Botox will minimize muscle movement but does not produce sensation loss of nerves. ...Read more

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Does botox cause burning sensation on scalp?

Does botox cause burning sensation on scalp?

It sure could.: Botox injections in the scalp are usually done for treatment of migraine headaches (by paralyzing trigger muscles), and the scalp is highly vascular, so needle pokes can cause stretching and bruising felt as "burning." this should be temporary and is of no concern otherwise. ...Read more

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I have difficult swallowing, choking sensation, and cough. Do you think Botox which was injected in my neck 3 months ago caused this?

I have difficult swallowing, choking sensation, and cough. Do you think Botox which was injected in my neck 3 months ago caused this?

No.: Good day, thank you for your question! The quick answer is most likely not if it was injected properly. Also Botox starts to fade in its effect after 3-4 months. All the Best! Dr. Tony Perkins. ...Read more

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Dr Mark I am 34 years & unsatisfied about my face look , does botox is a favorable solution to use in my stage or not?

Dr Mark I am 34 years & unsatisfied about my face look , does botox is a favorable  solution to use in my stage or not?

Not enough info: Don't know which facial issues you are unhappy with. Recommend consultation with a facial plastic surgeon or dermatologist to see if that option is recommended. Take care. ...Read more

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Would botox help with face pain?

It can: Botox is fda approved for treatment of migraine, but it is often used to treat tension headaches, TMJ symptoms and trigeminal neuralgia. ...Read more

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Does Botox help sagging face?

Does Botox help sagging face?

Depends on cause: Botox causes muscle laxity and this correct some age facial droop and sagging. See a verified Botox doctor and see there plan for your exact condition. ...Read more

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How long will the side effects of botox last in my face?

How long will the side effects of botox last in my face?

What side effect?: Potential side effects of Botox include mild facial asymmetry, heaviness of the brow and rare complications such as drooping of an eyelid. Most asymmmetries can be corrected with a small amount of additional botox. Heaviness of the brow or drooping of an eyelid is usually a short-term problem, lasting only a couple of weeks. The effects of Botox are usually completely gone by 3 to 4 months. ...Read more

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Are botox and fillers for you face safe to use? Are they not absorbed by your body?

Are botox and fillers for you face safe to use? Are they not absorbed by your body?

Fillers and botox: Fillers and neurotoxins that are FDA approved are safe to use in your face. Have your face evaluated by a board certified facial aplastic surgeon with experience in injectables ...Read more

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Besides botox is there any way to get rid of or have fewer lines on your face?

Besides botox is there any way to get rid of or have fewer lines on your face?

Paralytics ; Fillers: Facial rejuvenation can be by temporary muscle paralytics like botox, xeomin, (incobotulinumtoxin a) Dysport or by injectable fillers like juvederm, elevess, belotero (the hyaluronic acids) or Radiesse (an hydroxyapatite) or by silicone or by your own fat (harvested from other areas of the body). See your plastic surgeon to discuss the pros and cons of the different options and s/he can advise you re the best option. ...Read more

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