Full Face Botox
Full Face Botox
What is Full Face Botox?
All women want to look beautiful. Unfortunately, as we age, the skin on our face cannot hold onto the tissues with the effect of years, hangs down, deep wrinkles form and loses its former smoothness. We all experience the effects of aging and we cannot stop it, but we can slow it down. We do this with botox, one of the youth treatments. At this point, we can say that botox, which is a practical way to look beautiful, comes into play. Although botox has different uses, 90% of botox procedures worldwide are performed on the face area. As we can understand, beauty starts on our face. It is very important to look beautiful as we constantly look at the face of our interlocutor. We can call it full face botox for all botox procedures that will cover the entire face and provide healing and rejuvenation in the entire facial area.
We have already explained what Botox is in another article. Now let's focus on which areas of our face and for what purpose it is used.
On Which Areas of the Face Is Facial Botox Applied?
Botox is most commonly used for wrinkles between the eyebrows. This area is called the glabella. When the deep vertical wrinkles become very evident, a fear-inducing expression occurs on our face. This expression can be removed with Botox.
Botox is also used to eliminate horizontal lines on the forehead. Injection is made in the middle of the forehead, otherwise eyebrow sagging may occur. It can also raise eyebrows.
The crow's feet area at the side of the eye is also commonly treated.
It is used to remove lines on the sides of the nose (rabbit lines) and dimpled chins. It is injected into the jaw muscles to correct the wrinkled appearance.
Brave surgeons can inject it into the muscles around the mouth, thereby reducing the wrinkles of the lips. However, this area is very sensitive, so care should be taken. Otherwise, we may drool and our tongue may turn to jelly.
In Botox applications, your doctor should be very careful, asymmetric injections can make you look like you have had a stroke.
In general, botox applications to these areas should be done very carefully by qualified physicians. With over years of experience performing hundreds of botox procedures, Op. Dr. Erdi Özdemir will give you more detailed information. It will determine whether you are a suitable candidate for botox.
How is Facial Botox Applied?
First of all, a special cream is applied to your entire face so that your face does not feel pain. Your surgeon injects the exotoxin substance into the areas he has determined on your face, through a fine-tipped injector. This whole process takes 15-20 minutes. The whole process is just that. You can then return to your daily life.
Is Facial Botox Risky?
Under normal conditions, full face botox procedures carry very rare risks. If you are a suitable candidate, no side effects are seen. Therefore, share your health history with your doctor before having botox. In addition, excessive use of botox or the high dose of the drug may bring some risks. Overdoing the injections can cause speech problems and even drooling. Loss of sensation, temporary paralysis may occur. In addition, if you have been exposed to very serious side effects such as nausea, vomiting and fainting, you should immediately consult your doctor who performed your surgery.
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