Project Description

Botox (Botulinium Toksin)

Botox is a drug called botulinum toxin, which is applied to lighten or eliminate mimic lines that become evident with the effect of aging and environmental factors. Botulinum toxin temporarily blocks the connection between nerve and muscle in the area where it is applied. It softens the mimics we make consciously or unconsciously in our daily life and prevents the formation of wrinkles.

Number of Sessions

1

Application Time

10 min

Preserving the Outcome

4 Mounth

Sensitivity period

1-2 Day

Return to Work

Immediately

Season

Any Season

Botox Application Area

Forehead Botox

Forehead lines can make the face look older and tired. This expression can occur regardless of age. It is possible to reduce or eliminate forehead lines by applying Botox to several points on the forehead. The most important point to be considered when removing forehead wrinkles is the application of botox in the right dose to the right points, suitable for the patient. Otherwise, the eyebrow may fall or cause a feeling of heaviness in the upper eyelids.

Eye Contour Botox (Crow’s feet)

Wrinkles around the eyes, called crow's feet, are the most important areas of the face that cause the face to look old. It is possible to significantly reduce these lines formed by Botox application. The main purpose of this application is without spoiling the natural appearance, reducing the wrinkles of the person to a very reasonable level without completely destroying them.

Brow lifting Botox

The upturned eyebrows that are compatible with the face give a younger and more attractive appearance. Botox is an effective application for eyebrow shaping without surgical intervention. It is possible to achieve a younger and livelier appearance, especially with botox application, which affects the outer part of the eyebrow.

Nose Tip Lifting Botox

In some people, the tip of the nose may bend down when talking or laughing. This can be irritating. Thanks to botox injections made into the muscle that pulls the tip of the nose downwards at the junction of the nose and lip, the tip of the nose can be raised up to five degrees in appropriate cases.

Nose Edge Lines Botox (Rabbit lines)

Botox application is used to remove the rabbit lines, which are used to express the lines that can appear on the sides of the nose with laughing. By applying botulinum toxin to two points, It is possible to get rid of these lines.

Upper Lip Lines Botox (Smoker lines)

In smokers or those who use their lips a lot while talking, the mustache area lines that occur over time can be disturbing. As a solution, botox can be applied at low doses to the right points. In this application, it is very important to determine the dose and the points to be applied. Otherwise, lip movements may be negatively affected and undesirable problems (not being able to control the lips, speech disorders, difficulties in eating, etc.) may occur. In some patients, filler applications may be required in addition to botox application.

Gum Botox

The appearance of the gums while smiling, which is more common especially in those with short upper lips, is perceived as an aesthetic problem. In general, small doses of botox injections made into the muscles that lift the lip upwards restrict the upward lift of the lip and provide the desired aesthetic improvement.

Low Lip Edge Botox

The downward drooping of the lip corner gives the face a sad, tired and anxious expression. Some people use the muscles that pull the lip downwards too much without realizing it. Botox injections are used to eliminate the sad appearance on the face.

Jaw Tip Botox (Orange peel appearance)

The chin tip is an important aesthetic point of the face. Due to the excessive use of the jaw tip muscle, it creates an orange peel appearance in some people and may cause aesthetic problems by increasing the lines in the long term. In this case, botox application gives us an important advantage. Reducing the movement of the chin muscle removes the lines around the chin and makes the chin look longer and smoother.

Jaw Line Highlighting Botox

The platysma muscle, which can be seen more prominently in thin people, is a muscle group extending from the jaw line to the chest area. With this muscle contraction, the prominence of the jaw line decreases. We use this muscle group when pronouncing the letter E and showing the lower teeth. With botox application to this muscle group, it is possible to clarify the jaw line and reduce the vertical lines in the neck area.

Sweating Botox

If the dermatologist deems it appropriate, it can be applied to people who complain of excessive sweating. The area to be treated is anesthetized with anesthetic cream. In the determined dose, injection is made to the area from different points. Areas where sweat glands are overworked; The procedure, especially on the armpits, soles of the feet and palms, takes an average of 30 minutes and the patient can easily return to his daily life after the treatment.

Botox is a drug called botulinum toxin, which temporarily blocks the muscles from working by blocking the connection between the nerve and the muscle in the area where it is applied. It is applied to facial mimic muscles for cosmetic purposes. Thus, the mimics we make consciously or unconsciously during the day are softened and the formation of wrinkles is prevented.

Currently, there are two FDA-approved brands, Botox® and Dysport®, containing botulinum toxin in our country.

Generally, positive results are obtained when applied on the forehead, around the eyes  and between the eyebrows. In addition, advanced applications such as neck lines, raising or lowering the eyebrows, rabbit lines on the nose, vertical lines on the lips, pout lines at the corners of the lips, lifting the tip of the nose can also be performed. Botox, which has been used for the upper face for over 10 years, is now used to correct loosening and sagging in the chin area.
It is also used on the face. It can also be applied to the masseter muscle in order to thin the face oval and reduce the complaints of clenching.

Botox has been used for many years in neurology to prevent involuntary muscle stiffness, in the treatment of migraine, in the treatment of strabismus in the eye, in the treatment of excessive regional sweating.

It can be applied to everyone, regardless of age and gender, who have wrinkles during their mimics, and where these wrinkles start to appear even when they are without mimics. In applications performed by specialist doctors, side effects are not expected except for minimal changes in the application area.

Botox application decision must be made by a specialist who evaluates the person in detail. Questions such as what is the real need of the person, is Botox the right application for the person, is there a health condition that will prevent Botox should be answered. Anyone who meets these conditions can have Botox.

Permanence also varies from person to person. It can be said that it is usually permanent between 4-6 months. It is natural that the effect lasts shorter in people who use their facial muscles more. The age of the person is important, the younger the patient, the faster the nerve ending blockage will be resolved and the application interval will be 4 months on average. This period, which increases to 6 months in middle age, can be up to 8 months in advanced age. Since it is a
drug, its effect cannot be prolonged.

No cream can replace Botox. The expected effect of Botox effective creams may be the prevention of fine superficial wrinkles only on the skin, not on the muscles. It can be recommended to use these creams after Botox application.

After Botox application, no scars, swelling, swelling, bruising or redness occur on the skin. After the procedure, which takes 10 minutes, people can continue their daily lives as if nothing had happened.

When a person looks in the mirror after Botox, he sees only a slightly enlightened, rested, refreshed face when he is without facial expressions. Contrary to popular belief, a strange, confused, dull expression does not occur on the face after botox. The comparison of before and after Botox can be understood while mimicking in front of the mirror. For example, the person who stands in front of the mirror and raises eyebrows (surprised) sees horizontal long lines on his
forehead before, but when he raises his eyebrows after botox, he sees that the lines do not apper.

Botox never causes swelling on the face. If the eyebrows do not rise too much, they will not rise, this situation can be prevented by applying botox to a single point.

Since Botox does not cause a change in the person normal appearance, no one is like anyone else. Only the person returns to his natural appearance, which looks better, in fact, a few years ago.

Pregnant and lactating women, those with some muscle diseases or bleeding problems, and those with cold sores and similar skin diseases in the area to be treated should wait before apply Botox

Before the application, it is sufficient to ensure that there is no upper respiratory tract infection such as flu, and that no blood thinners such as aspirin are used. After the application, the head should be kept upright for 4-6 hours, alcohol should not be consumed for 24 hours and drugs with muscle relaxant properties should not be used for 7 days.