What is Botox injection and How does it injection work?
Botox stands for Botulinum Toxin Type A, a protein that prevents the release of a substance from your nerve endings which causes the paralyzation of the targeted muscles in a temporary time manner.
By injecting a measured unit into the targeted area, it will reduce the appearance of squinting, wrinkles, fine lines, frown lines and crow’s feet. The amount of unit needed depends on your skin condition and can be consulted at Vanish cosmetic clinic Toronto, Richmond Hill. On average, the effect of Botox wears of after five to six months due to activation of the muscles. Thus, more treatments are recommended.
How long is the downtime for Botox?
Botox injection skin care treatment has almost no downtime with slight discomfort. However, in order to see the full effect of this treatment, one to two weeks is required.
Why people should choose us for Botox treatment?!
Vanish cosmetic clinic prioritizes their customer satisfaction and always provides the best services with the highest technological devices. At vanish, the doctors are well experienced and are familiar with all skin conditions and the unit of botox that is suitable for each individual. The products and needles of our botox treatment is all in the highest quality found in Toronto with the most affordable price.
With regard to the elimination of facial wrinkles, Botox offers clear advantages:
● Avoid surgery
● It can be applied at any time of the year.
● It is a virtually painless technique.
● Its effects are immediate and last between five and six months.
● It barely has contraindications.
● It rarely produces adverse effects, such as allergic reactions, facial stiffness or nausea.
The technique involves infiltration by means of an extrafine needle of the botulinum toxin into the muscle of the area to be treated, producing its relaxation and inhibiting its movement. Hence, its fundamental application in aesthetics is the treatment of expression wrinkles, that is, those that appear on the eyebrows, the forehead, the corners of the lips or the eye contour.