Look smooth and relaxes wrinkles in face
Change to a better version of your face.
Botox is a toxin derived from a bacterium called clostridium botulinum. Botulinum toxins are neurotoxins that affect nerves and cause muscle weakening. But when we use it correctly in small doses it can have benefits like both cosmetic and medical uses.
Botox injections are used to soften wrinkles, prevent migraines, excessive sweating etc.,
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Lunch time procedure
Fast promising results
How does BOTOX work?
Botox treatment works by simply paralyzing your skin muscles. This procedure helps your skin to look smooth and relaxes wrinkles on the face. Thus wrinkles reduce and fade out on some days.
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How BOTOX is given?
Botox injections should be given only by a trained medical professional even when used for cosmetic purposes.
A small amount of injection is loaded in the insulin syringe which is directly injected into the treatment area depending on the issue, several injections can be given in different spots.
What are the
Cosmetic uses of BOTOX?
Botox can be used to treat
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How long does BOTOX last?
Botox lasts up to 3-4 months. In some patients it last 4-6 months. It is also common for first-timers to notice that it may not last as long, but may last long after the second treatment. Results may vary in each patient.
Does BOTOX hurt?
The needles used in botox injections are extremely small. Most people experience little to no discomfort during treatment.
What should I avoid after BOTOX?
Don’t rub or put pressure on the treatment area for 12 hours.
Don’t lie down (stay upright) for 3-4 hours.
Why choose Dr. Sajja’s for BOTOX?
DR. SAJJA’S skin and laser clinic have introduced this revolutionary innovative technique in this region and the treatment is alone by the most experienced and qualified therapists. Get the best BOTOX treatment in Tirupati only from Dr.Sajjas.
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