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Eye Lifts and Botox

Eye lifts and Botox are popular cosmetic procedures nowadays. Botox is actually the trade name of a neurotoxin used to treat abnormal muscle contractions, but it is now used by cosmetic surgeons to temporarily smoothen wrinkles.

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Botox after how many day you see the results?

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Asked by Wiki User

Experience almost instant results with our professional Botox treatment at our clinic. Within 1-2 days, you’ll notice a reduction in fine lines and lifting effect , and the effects can last for several months.

Initial effects: Some people may start noticing subtle changes within a day or two after receiving Botox injections. However, the full effects are usually not visible at this stage.

Progressive improvement: Over the course of the first week following treatment, you may notice gradual improvements in the treated areas as the muscles relax and lines and wrinkles soften.

Peak results: The peak effect of Botox is typically reached within 1 to 2 weeks after treatment. By this time, you should see the maximum reduction in the appearance of wrinkles and lines in the treated areas.

Maintenance: Botox results are temporary and typically last for about 3 to 6 months, depending on the individual. To maintain the desired effects, follow-up treatments will be necessary at regular intervals.

What is botox steroids use for?

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Asked by Wiki User

No, Botox treatment is not a steroid. Botox, or botulinum toxin, is a protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It works by temporarily paralyzing muscles, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and treat certain medical conditions such as muscle spasms, migraines, and excessive sweating.

Which areas on my face can I have Botox® injected?

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Asked by Natalie Skin

The forehead, frown line (between the eyebrows), and crow's feet are the most common treatment areas, but Botox® can also be used to smooth areas of the neck and jawline.

How much of botox is in on 20SIZE injection?

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The amount of botox in a 20SIZE injection varies depending on the brand and type of botox being used. Generally, a 20SIZE injection contains between 100 and 200 units of botox. This can be broken down into the following:

  • 1.0cc = 25 units of botox
  • 2.0cc = 50 units of botox
  • 4.0cc = 100 units of botox
  • 8.0cc = 200 units of botox

It is important to note that the amount of botox needed in an injection can vary depending on the individual, so it is important to consult with a qualified medical professional before receiving a botox injection.

What is antidote for BOTOX?

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Asked by Wiki User

we can use Mestinon and apoclonidin

Who can give injections?

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Asked by Wiki User

Cosmetic Surgeons and Doctors are the only people who should be giving Botox injections.

Can you get botox injections around your mouth?

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Asked by WikiRicki

I don't think so.

The best option would be Hyaluronic acid (I read about it somewhere).

Besides, Botox interferes with the ability of the muscle to contract normally, and dealing with your mouth... hmm, paralyzing that crucial muscle of yours, even for a bit, doesn't sound like a good idea. In any case, consider interrogating your doctor about issues like that.

Visit specialized websites about surgeries and other medical procedures if you want to know more about things like that! I have a good suggestion: http://www.surgery.com

wish you the best!

Is botox a narcotic?

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Asked by Wiki User

Yes, botox is a drug. Well, by definition " Botox" it is a drug, a drug is any substance used in diagnosis, treatment o prevention of humans disease; but also any substance intended to affect the structure of function of the human body. Biologically speaking Botox is a neurotoxins produced by Clostridrium Botulinum.

Is botox helpful for dystonia?

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Asked by Wiki User

I don't think so.

According to Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, "Botox blocks the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, interfering with the ability of the muscle to contract".

The dystonia, as far as I know, messes up the ordinary muscle tone of someone. But ceasing the natural capacity of your muscle to contract for the sake of extinguishing any abnormal effects in your organism is not a good decision. In fact, decisions directly concerning your health should be taken solely by your doctor.

In any case, consider visiting specialized websites about surgeries and medical procedures on the Internet. I have a good suggestion for your research: http://www.surgery.com

Kind regards.

Can an RN administer botox in Connecticut?

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Yes! I work for a general surgeon who has a side aesthetic practice. I am an RN and I inject all fillers and toxins such as Botox. As long as you have been trained and have been Botox certified, you can administer Botox.

Can a 16 year old get cosmetic surgery?

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I don't know much about it, but in USA you can. I live in Europe and I'm almost completely sure that it's not legal in here.

Where does botox originate?

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Botox comes from a bacteria that is a type of botulism. Botulism is found in spoiled beef and can cause you to get very sick if taken internally. The word botox is a combination of botulism and toxin.

Does botox have rat poison in it?

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Asked by Wiki User

no it is not, botulism is a disease that rats carry, but no it is not poison for them

Can a COSMETOLOGIST inject botox?

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Asked by Wiki User

NO! Absolutely not! Only a doctor can. You need to report this person IMMEDIATELY.

Why are botox injected into deep facial wrinkle?

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Botox or Botulinum toxin is a substance that causes paralysis of the muscle fibers. When injected deep to the wrinkles, it causes pralysis of the muscles whose excessive contraction is causing the wrinkles.

Botox injections smooth facial wrinkles because botulin is a?

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Botox is so effective because it is the only wrinkle treatment that targets the underlying cause of wrinkles, the muscle.

It is used to temporarily improve the look of both moderate to sever crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows.

Fillers add volume to different areas. Fillers are generally used to lift cheeks, smooth parentheses lines, or plump the lips.

Can you use a power plate with botox?

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Asked by Wiki User

I am not sure about the day of the injection. I normally wait a day after the injection to be safe.

When giving a subcutaneous injection to an obese patient the nurse should give the injection at what angle?

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Asked by Wiki User

A 90 degree angle is recommended but for obese patient the critical factor is for the Sc to be administered ti the fatty tissue and not the muscle of just under the epidermis.

How do you keep eyeliner to stay on the bottom?

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Asked by NatalieBeaudoin

If you're going to use a pencil under your eye, it should applied directly to the base of your bottom lashes as it is more effortless to work with than a cream or liquid formula. But if you are going to use liquid eyeliner apply it below your eye by first lightly dipping a small, stiff angled brush into the product. Smudge the eyeliner onto the base of your bottom lash line, starting at the outer corner, making your way towards the inner corner of the eye. Stop about midway to avoid making tiny eyes appear even smaller if this is one of your concerns.

Is plastic surgery covered under fmla?

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Yes -- elective surgery is covered under FMLA; however, it is considered "forseeable", and therefore requires 30-day notice be given to the employer.

http://www.dol.gov/elaws/esa/fmla/er1.asp

What is botox and how is it used?

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Many wrinkles are actually creases that have been worn into the skin by making the same expression thousands of times. These are called "expression lines" or dynamic wrinkles. Typical dynamic wrinkles include frown lines between the eyebrows, crow's feet around the eyes, and forehead lines. The presence of these wrinkles can add years to our appearance, often making us look angry, tired or worried when we are not. BOTOX® is a remarkably safe and effective treatment which can help you to control your facial expressions so that you don't look angry or worried when you aren't. BOTOX® treatments can help to prevent the unintended display of negative feelings, and in this way help some people to express themselves more accurately

Can you die of botox?

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Over 20 years and millions of patients, there has not been a single death attributable directly to the use of cosmetic Botox.