What is Botox?
Botox; It is a medical protein obtained from the bacterium “Clostridium botulinum”. This protein has been used in the treatment of eye and neurological diseases for a very long time. In order to remove wrinkles, it has been used safely and successfully in cosmetics for 10 years.


How does Botox work?
Dynamic lines are expression lines; It occurs with the contraction of small muscles under the skin during mimic movements (frown, speaking, laughing…). The contraction of these muscles settles on the skin over time and creates permanent lines and wrinkles.
Botox provides tension of the skin in the injection area by blocking the passage in the nerves and “preventing muscle contraction”.
These lines can be corrected with botox treatment in the early period. Over time, the lines get deeper, botox treatment alone cannot provide sufficient improvement, other additional treatments are applied. (laser, peeling, filler injection…)

Who can Botox be applied to?
It can be applied to anyone between the ages of 18-65. It is especially used in the treatment of wrinkles on the face and neck. It is not recommended to be used in pregnant and lactating women.

How long does the effect of Botox last?
When first applied to facial wrinkles, the effect lasts for an average of 4.5-6 months. With repetitive applications, this period extends up to 8-10 months over time. When first applied to the armpit, it regulates sweating for an average of 10-12 months. With repetitive applications, this period extends to 16-18 months.

In which areas is Botox applied most often?
horizontal lines on forehead
The lines between the two eyebrows
eye contour lines
Lines around the mouth

Is the application painful?
Before the procedure, creams that reduce pain are applied to the areas to be treated. After the cream effect starts, botulinum application is made with the help of very small needles.

What are the risks of Botox application?
When applied by experts trained in this subject, the risks of the procedure are almost non-existent.
Mild bruising and redness at the application site, headache, and rarely flu-like complaints may occur. After the treatment, the treated area should not be rubbed, the head should be kept upright, and heavy exercise should be avoided.