Reverse the Age with Botox Procedure

28 Feb
2012

Botox is a type of Botulinum toxin produced by Clostridium Botulinum. Directly injecting a small amount of diluted toxin may cause the muscles to paralyze. Originally used for treat conditions such as dystonia, strabismus, spasmodic torticolic and Blepharospasm, it has also been approved to treat moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows.

A Botox procedure may block transmission of Acetylcholine from nerves to muscles that may send a message to the muscle asking it to contract or tense up. Blocking or significantly reducing Acetylcholine may no longer retract the muscle making it relaxed. It may result in smooth and softened wrinkle areas. However, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers may be recommended not to use Botox. It should also not be used by people having neurological disease.

Botox procedure may be used to treat wrinkles on forehead, frown lines and crow’s feet at the corner of the eyes. Though, it may not treat sagging, drooping skin.

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