Botox Injection



After the initial contact, if you feel comfortable with the procedure, your doctor will book a consultation date, during which you will discuss your medical history. Communicate your goals, medical history and allergies as much as possible to help the doctor make an informed decision on the process. He or she will then book your treatment date and give you a detailed summary of what you can do to prepare for the procedure.

The procedure

If you are concerned about pain, the doctor can apply topical anaesthesia to alleviate possible discomfort before starting the procedure. Then, he or she will inject the areas of concern with botulinum toxin type A, and the whole procedure takes approximately 15 minutes. 
Your doctor will advise you on how you can aid your recovery.

Post Surgery

You should be able to return to daily activities straight after the surgery. There isn’t a recovery period associated with Botox. Specialists advise against rubbing and applying make-up to areas where Botox was injected, as it can cause the substance to move to other parts of the body. 

The results begin to surface within two days after the procedure and last for up to four months.

FAQs About Botox Injections

At what age can I get Botox?
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Do I have to get injections regularly, and if I don’t, will it cause more wrinkles?

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