Botox : The Effective Treatment For Wrinkles
Monday, November 7,2016
Think you want to inject Botox or a filler? Here’s help you to find the clinic that suits you and that will meet your needs.
Botox ® Explained
Botox ® is derived from botulinum toxin, synthesized by bacteria. This toxin is the Most Powerful Currently Known poison the (botulinum toxin is about 40 million times more toxic than arsenic).
At low doses, it is not HOWEVER along a poison That Is Effective for Improving the appearance of wrinkles. Botox relaxes the muscle weakens and Where It is injected, THUS stopping the development of wrinkles of the face.
It is Widely used for frown lines (between the eyebrows), wrinkles of the crow’s feet (around the eyes), forehead wrinkles , Some unsightly folds of skin. You can even, for best results, together with the botox ® –other products: collagen, hyaluronic acid, fat, …
Treatment: how it works?
Rest assured: the injection (which lasts only a few minutes) goes almost without pain: Botox ®, initially in the form of white powder is diluted by the physician using saline. It is then injected into the muscles covered with very fine needles. The injection is so painful that using local anesthesia is not commonly practiced. After injection, do not rub or touch the treated area, but contract the muscles of this region several times per minute for one hour.
It will take several injections to treat a wrinkle in the long term, but early treatment effects are felt after only a few hours. It will then return to the doctor 2-3 times a year to prevent the recurrence of treated wrinkles: botox ® is naturally resorbable, its effects disappear after a few months.
Rest assured ! The contra-indications for these anti-wrinkle injections are very few: pregnant women should refrain from treating their wrinkles botox ®, as well as persons under certain antibiotics or drug treatment. That’s it: unlike other wrinkle product Botox ® is very well tolerated by the body. Side effects following injection are so very rare and few.
So you can, without complexes, out in the street after an injection. Only a few small blisters and anecdotal redness may eventually be found.
I always encourage my clients to be well informed, even before a consultation. They must determine the level of care that suits them and the criteria for choosing the person who will provide that care.
What are the most important criteria for it: price, service quality, experience, safety, calmness and friendliness of the professional, availability, where the clinic is located, the recommendation to a friend?
Why not call and ask some questions before you make an appointment? You can also go online to get an idea of the credibility of the care provider.
Visit the order governing professional in your province , to ensure that the doctor or nurse of your choice is qualified and licensed to practice medicine or beauty treatments you need.
Learn about the rules governing medical aesthetic services, especially by injection treatments. In Canada, for example, injections should be made by a doctor who may delegate this task to another trained person but must direct consultation and determine if treatment is appropriate to the patient.
So this doctor who is responsible for processing, even if it is someone else who administers it. The doctor and the person making the injection must be trained and able to administer treatment and to react to any possible complication. Sometimes complications arise, and the physician should discuss the health risks and benefits with their patients before treatment.
Botox and fillers are treatments that anyone can offer to everyone and in all circumstances. Even if we can find treatments of this kind at the doctor’s office, aesthetic clinics and even hair salons, the client must determine the type of service it wants to obtain and its own research.
The new start to report more and more stories of unqualified people who are arrested and accused of illegal practice of medicine for providing medical treatment, like Botox injection. This happens everywhere, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg, so caution is required.
We hear stories of practitioners who visit clients or in hotel rooms to make “5-7 Botox”. Remember that these are medical treatments with prescription drugs using medical devices; so they should be under the direction of a trained physician and a suitable working environment.
Questions to ask before you spend money for certain services – injections, laser treatments or other skin treatments.
• The person who provides this service , practice with aesthetic treatments or if it is part-time without having the necessary expertise?
• How long does it exercise?
• The person doing it is, it is the injection doctor or directed by a doctor?
• Does A malpractice insurance or liability?
• What kind of equipment uses it and what training she has received?
• The person offering it is service aware techniques, equipment, services and advanced products?
• She has been extensive consultation?
• Is it A good answer to your questions?
• How do you feel comfortable and safe?
• there is staff with professionalism?
• How much time passes caregiver with her clients?
Monday, November 7,2016-13:11:32[London]
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