Medical Benefits of Botox Injections

Medical Benefits of Botox Injections

Should I get Botox? This is probably a question you’ve been asking yourself for some time now. You’ve probably heard or read stories about how popular the procedure is with celebrities and other public figures. But what you might not of heard about is the other medical benefits that TIME magazine is calling the drug that’s treating everything. The benefits of Botox are expansive and can transform your appearance and well being for the better. Whether you have cosmetic concerns or a medical condition, Botox can help.

What Are Some Benefits of Botox®?

What is Botox injection used for? Botox has a number of useful applications that aren’t limited to cosmetic and pain relief purposes. It is an FDA-approved treatment that is directly injected underneath the muscle to relax and smooth the skin surface above it. Botox injections are safe when they’re stored properly in the medical refrigerator and administered by a trained professional. Also technically referred to as a neuromodulator, Botox is developed from a bacteria that helps to produce botulinum toxin, which blocks nerve activity to the muscles. Some interesting and effective uses for Botox include:

  • Chronic Migraines: Reduces frequency of headaches.  
  • Cervical Dystonia: Involuntary contraction of neck muscles.  
  • Hyperhidrosis: Excessive sweating connected to both medical and cosmetic conditions. 
  • Overactive Bladder Function: Reduces incontinence due to excessive bladder activity. 
  • Lazy EyeSpasm, and Eye Twitch: Botox targets the muscles responsible for asymmetric eye position, spasms, and contraction of eye muscles.
  • Neurological and Muscle Disorders: Botulinum toxin treats medical conditions because of the relationship between contracting muscles and nerve signals. Injections disrupt the signals causing muscles to relax. 
  • Acne Breakouts: If you suffer from advanced acne, a tiny amount of Botox will reduce the oil production which is the primary cause of your breakouts. 
  • Glabellar Lines: These are the frown lines found between your eyebrows. 
  • Canthal lines: Also known as crow’s feet, they are the lines at the corner of your eyes. 
  • Hemifacial spasm: This is a neuromuscular condition that causes muscle spasms primarily on one side of your face. 

Botox is most widely used and known for its amazing anti-aging effect on wrinkles. It takes years off your face, which is the first thing people see when they meet you. With a few Botox injections, you can temporarily fight mother nature’s effect on the aging process and get back to feeling attractive again. It is a cost-friendly and non-invasive alternative to a surgical procedure. By far the number one use for Botox is to treat facial fine lines and wrinkles. It’s also used for a variety of other medical purposes. You can use Botox to relax the muscles in the face to reduce moderate to deep wrinkles, and you can use it to prevent fine lines and wrinkles from forming. Botox is generally used to target these cosmetic challenges:

  • Moderate to severe forehead lines
  • Crows feet
  • Frown lines
  • Lips
  • Chin
  • Neck
  • General wrinkles

Should I Get Botox?

Risks are very minimal with Botox procedures but they still exist. It’s important to determine if you are a good candidate for Botox, weather its for medical or cosmetic reasons. You should always consult with an experienced medical professional who can help you determine which direction to go towards.

Schedule an Appointment for Botox

Follow these guidelines and always refer to your doctor’s instruction to get the most benefits of Botox. Contact us today at Valley Integrated Aesthetics to explore more about the benefits of Botox.

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  1. My mom works as a news anchor and she’s considering having Botox injections to improve her appearance. It’s great to know that aside from the cosmetic effect, this treatment has additional benefits such as treating eye twitches and other facial muscle contractions which she also experiences sometimes. I wonder if there are any doctors who do this procedure in our area.

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