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What Are The Limitations of Botox Injections?

What Are The Limitations of Botox Injections?

Botox injections are used by thousands of people around the world to cure their afflictions or to retain their youth. Although botox is poisonous, when taken in minute forms under an experienced and able doctor, it can have more advantages than otherwise. From eighteen to sixty five, people go in for this injection for various purposes. And now they have become so common and so easy that it said that botox parties are gaining momentum. Here people even take their injections while they are partying and enjoying themselves.

Though these injections give satisfaction, they do have some limitations. For instance, if a person is allergic, then anything can happen. An allergic person would normally be advised against this procedure because it may have adverse reactions on the person. They are injected directly into the site which is to be improved. If wrinkles are to be removed the injection is given here. If crow’s feet by the sides of the eyes are to be controlled the botox is then injected in that area. The result can be seen within a day or two.

But if the injections are given haphazardly or by inexperienced person, then the effect can be seen on other parts of the body. Sometimes the other parts of the face are affected. One has to be very careful while using these injections. The quantity and the quality of the injections have to be carefully monitored. If the dose is more than what is prescribed, the poisonous effect can take place as botox is highly poisonous in its natural state.

Botox injections cure but the cure is not permanent. It is temporary and the patients need three to four doses in a year. After that it is said to have amore lasting effect. The effect of the first dose may last for four to six months after which another dose needs to be given. Here it is important that the doctor contacted should be within reach for the patient for every four to six months.

The injections are given using tiny micro needles and the dose used is also very small. So the patient just feels as if an insect has bitten them when the injection is given. One does not need anesthesia and can go home after ten minutes or so. He can even drive himself, as there will be no side effects. A few side effects, which have been reported, are bruising or scratching at the site, which goes away soon.

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