Botulinum Toxin Applications

Botox is a toxin derived from bacteria called clostridium botulinum. Botox, which is mostly preferred for use in aesthetics, is used in the treatment of facial wrinkles and excessive sweating. It is preferred as the safest method used to eliminate facial wrinkles. Botox method is also used in the treatment of chronic migraine.

Face Contouring and wrinkle treatment

As a result of years of work of the mimic muscles, wrinkles inevitably appear on our facial features. The most wrinkled areas are the forehead, between the eyebrows, around the eyes and around the lips. Wrinkles not only make the person look older but also affect the patient psychologically. Lines between the eyebrows can cause the person to look more angry. By applying Botox, the movements of these muscles are weakened and the decrease in muscle movements reduces muscle movements and folding and folding-related lines.

The appearance of prominent upper gums when we laugh can disturb the person aesthetically while laughing. This situation can be eliminated with Botox

Apart from aesthetic appearance, Botox is also used in medicine. It is also used in disorders such as strabismus and blepharospasm. It is also used in cases of facial paralysis, unilateral facial spasm, excessive sweating, migraine and stiff neck due to muscle spasm. Apart from these, it is also used to relax the masseter muscle known as the jaw muscles in problems such as teeth grinding and jaw contraction.

Along with these, there are also side effects that may occur with Botox. To list them

At the injection site

pain and redness,



neck weakness


fever and chills,


dry mouth

double vision

bleeding and swelling,

speech impairment.

Botox is not a filling application as it is thought. Botox, which is not a filler, does not cause swelling of the face.

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