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What is Botox?

BOTOX- botulinum toxin is a natural, purified protein that causes relaxation of the muscles responsible for wrinkles, having been used for many years in neurology and ophthalmology, since the 90s has been used in aesthetic medicine. The mechanism of action of toxin involves temporary blocking neuromuscular transduction resulting in muscle relaxation and smoothing wrinkles.

When we use Botox? No wrinkles

Botox is used to eliminate various problems at any age in both women and men:

  • The deep wrinkles on the forehead,
  • “the lion” wrinkles
  • “crow’s feet” around the eyes,
  • wrinkles “smoker”
  • improve sagging eyelids,
  • lifting the corners of the mouth,
  • pobruzdowania eliminate beard (“beard witch”)
  • ‘reduction of smiles “in people who smile reveal the gums (” gum smile “)
  • raise the hooked nose,
  • soften wrinkles on the neck and décolleté
  • treatment of excessive sweating armpits, hands, feet, face,
  • lifting Nefertiti – to improve the jaw line
  • treatment of excessive sweating armpits, hands, face and feet.

What is the treatment?

The treatment involves injecting subcutaneously or intramuscularly, a very thin needle in the area of wrinkles according to a specific pattern of small amounts of the substance in a few places. The procedure is virtually painless, with people who are particularly sensitive to pain, local anesthesia can be used. The toxin starts to work after approx. 72 hours, the full effect of the therapy is visible after 7-14 days and lasts for 4-6 months, with subsequent treatments uptime is increased. The patient after surgery immediately returns to work and daily activities. After removal of the product lines are generally not as deep as before treatment, over time, revert to the appearance before the surgery.


Is Botox safe?

This method is completely safe, also due to the fact that inject very small amounts of the toxin in certain places, acting only temporarily for specific groups of facial muscles. Total dose given substance is many times less than the dose dangerous to humans. The treatment can be repeated many times where there is no summation doses.

Are there any contraindications to the use of Botox?

Contraindications for surgery are:
• disorders of neuromuscular (myasthenia gravis, Lambert Eaton syndrome).
• hypersensitivity to constituents of the preparation (human albumin)
• use of drugs or for 1 week of their withdrawal: aminoglycosides (streptomycin, gentamecyna, amikacin, kanamcyna, etc.), Aminocholiny (chloroquine, hydroksycholina), D-penicillamine (cuprenil), cyclosporine, tubocurarine, pancuronium, galamina, succinylcholine, lincomycin , tetracycline, polymyxin
• local skin infections.
• pregnancy, lactation,
• blood coagulation disorders,
• the use of anticoagulant drugs (eg. Aspirin)

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Price [PLN]
Wrinkles beetwen eyebrows “lion”
Transverse forehead wrinkles
Wrinkles (entire forehead)
Wrinkles around the eyes “crow’s feet”
Hyperhidrosis: armpit
1 500,00
1 500,00