Botox Edmonton | Is Botox Toxic
Edmonton dermatology is a perfect place to get Botox Edmonton. We are more than happy to offer you a complimentary consultation to see how we can help you achieve your anti-aging skin care goals.
You may have some concerns when it comes to the word of Botox. We’d like to put your mind at ease and give you some information that is truthful. Botox Edmonton would like to dispel some of the myths that social media perpetuates as well as pop culture. The first thing we like to address is that Botox is not toxic to your body. Rumours have floated around for a long time since Botox was being used in a cosmetic way. However, if you look into the history of Botox you will see that it did not start with cosmetic use. It actually started being used for medical purposes. One of its first uses was to help with correcting the muscles around the eyes. From there you can see how an application could evolve to the muscles and the four head to have the same effect on the muscles.
Previously, we have discussed how Botox works. To remind you let’s review again. Botox Edmonton is injected into the muscles that you want to affect. Once the Botox is injected it stops the muscles from sending out the message that they should move. If the muscles are not moving, they do not cause increases in the skin.
As Botox Edmonton has been more widely accepted people have finally realized that it is indeed not toxic to the body. In fact the Botox doesn’t even last in the body. Eventually, the body rids itself of this protein and therefore if you like the effect that Botox has provided you will need to have it done again in the future. That can be good news, or bad news. The good news is that if you didn’t like the effects that Botox had on your muscles and stopping the contractions thereby stopping the wrinkles that are caused by the contracting muscles, you’ll be glad to know that eventually effect will wear off. The bad news is that if you liked the look that you got from the Botox on your muscles being stopped and thereby stopping the creases in your skin, you will have to have Botox injected again.
As you can tell from what we’ve shared here today, Botox is not a toxic protein. When you come to Edmonton dermatology we will share more with you about how we can specifically help you to achieve the look that you would like. There is really no fear that Botox will have any negative effect. In our next article we will talk about more myths that surround Botox. Some of these myths may surprise you, but others will probably make alot of sense. We would love to share more of that information with you when you come visit us at Edmonton dermatology. Call us to book a free consultation at your earliest convenience.
Botox Edmonton | Why Is Botox Not Permanent
At Edmonton dermatology we pride ourselves in all of the procedures we offer including Botox Edmonton. Every decision we make is based on the health and beauty of your skin. Botox is no different.
Some people are worried to try Botox even though they do see the positive effect that it has on a person’s face. They believe the rumours that Botox is permanent. There is fear that if the Botox is performed and it doesn’t look that natural or that great that it will be a permanent look. That simply is not the case. Botox Edmonton says that Botox only lasts typically for as long as 3 to 4 months.
So if you got a great Botox procedure and everything looks wonderful that’s great news because you will have that look for the next 3 to 4 months. However if it’s not what you thought it would be and you could have maybe had less Botox injected into the muscles, you can also be assured that it will wear off in 3 to 4 months. Your body will metabolize that protein and it will be dispelled from the body.
All of that is said to help you come to an informed decision on whether you would like to try Botox or not. Any questions you may have about Botox Edmonton will be answered in the consultation before you have Botox injected. We will do our best to answer any concerns or curiosities that you might have around Botox.
Botox starts to work within two days, also some people see the effect within the same day. Most people say that the Botox lasts for as long as four months. Everybody’s body metabolizes Botox differently. But everybody has Botox completely eliminated from their body within 3 to 6 months. What that says is that Botox is not permanent in any way. Since Botox is not permanent you will have to book again to have another session. Do not worry, Botox Edmonton says having the Botox procedure done repeatedly poses no harm to your system.
Please book a complimentary consultation with our front desk at Edmonton dermatology and we will share everything you need to know about Botox with you. Bring your questions and concerns and find out the truth about Botox. We will help you design a plan that works best for your ideal look. Once you try Botox the first time, we’re pretty sure you will love it and will be back when it is time for another round. We would love to meet you here at Edmonton dermatology where everything is done for the health and beauty of your skin. Our expert nurse injectors who are overseen by our lead doctor and owner of the clinic Dr. Muba Taher are ready to help you make an informed decision on whether to have Botox. And if Botox is the right procedure to achieve your antiaging skincare goals.