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Neuromodulator (Botox/Dysport/Nuceiva)

A neuromodulator (Botulinum toxin type A) is an injectable drug that causes controlled muscle relaxation. When we inject neuromodulators into your facial muscles, it blocks the nerve signals and prevents the muscles from tightening forcefully, allowing the muscles to relax. This muscle relaxation allows the creases in your face that are caused by muscles (think smiling and frowning) to soften. Offering visible results within days, your wrinkles and lines will continue to soften for approximately 30 days, with results lasting up to four months. In order to maintain the effects of neuromodulators, regular treatments are required.

Botox has many applications, both medical and cosmetic.
  1. Migraines: in addition to softening muscles, Botox can block transmission of pain-causing neurotransmitters in migraine
  2. Sweating: the neurotransmitters causing sweating, this is especially helpful in the armpits, hands, and feet
  3. Lifting: Botox can also be used to provide a lift the eyebrows by weakening parts of the frontalis muscle
  4. Muscles: for patients with neurological disease, it can weaken the muscles that are forced to contract due to nerve damage
  5. Wrinkles, it can, of course, soften wrinkles in the forehead and the corrigator muscles, but in soft a way that it does not cause a mechanical freezing
  6. Chin dimples: muscle weakening can also cause other effects, such as reducing chin dimples.