We provide professional support in botox.
Many factors such as aging, stress, sun effects, smoking,
air pollution, menopause accelerate the production of free radicals at the cell
level and increase wrinkles on the skin. Aging is inevitable, but reducing
and delaying its effects is in one’s own hands.
How is Botox applied?
If you are considering Botox treatment, you should share your
expectations and concerns about this treatment with your doctor. Your
doctor will share the results you will get with this treatment, so that the
success of the treatment will be achieved. The treatment of each patient
is planned according to their own muscle structure and skin characteristics.
A local anesthetic cream can be applied before the procedure.
Injections are made in small doses with very fine-tipped
needles to the wrinkle points determined by considering the muscular structure
of the person.
The treatment usually takes 10-15 minutes and minimal
discomfort is felt during the application.
The drug is only effective at the injection site and does not
enter the general circulation.
The expected effect begins within two weeks after the
Horizontal lines on the forehead Lines
between the two eyebrows Lines
around the eyes Lines
around the mouth
Will there be an unnatural expression on my face
when I have Botox?
This is the most common question asked by patients who have had
botox for the first time. If you share your concern with your doctor, your
treatment doses will be adjusted accordingly and an extremely natural youthful
expression will be provided.
There is no specific age to start this treatment. Depending
on the muscular and skin structure of the person, the need for application may
arise at a very early age, but this may not be needed at a much later age.
While very good results are obtained with botox in the period
when the lines begin, botox alone is not sufficient in the treatment of more
settled lines, filler injection, laser and peeling treatments are required. For
this reason, more successful and natural results are provided with early
(The pictures below show the appearance of the skin before and after botox)
What are the risks of Botox application?
When applied by experts trained in this field, the risks of the
process are almost non-existent.
There may be mild bruising and redness, headache, and rarely
flu-like complaints in the application area. After the treatment, the
application area should not be rubbed, the head should be kept upright and
heavy exercise should be avoided.