5 Reasons You Should Consider Botox


The wrinkles are formed due to several factors; the main one is the decrease of collagen fibers in the dermis. When wrinkles and lines of expression begin to bother, Botox can be applied at any moment, the person wishes. It is good to remember that its final effect is perceived after two weeks. So, do not wait for the day of your long-awaited party to get this treatment. There are five reasons, why you should consider Botox.


1 – Best for treatment of dynamic wrinkles.

Some factors contribute to aging and the appearance of wrinkles like: passing of years, genetics, stress of everyday life, habits of life, solar radiation and pollution. These factors act together and lead to the weakening of the skin barrier (epidermis) that loses its resistance. As a result, the skin becomes dry and dehydrated and the dermis weakens, as a consequence, the collagen network is destroyed, the elastin is broken, and free radicals attack, leading to the appearance of wrinkles.

The Botox is excellent both to treat wrinkles and to prevent them. It causes a blockage of acetylcholine release at the neuromuscular junction and thereby prevents muscle contraction leading to muscle paralysis. It is also good to showcase healthy eye lashes.

2 – It is a safe and efficient procedure

It is one of the most current procedures for rejuvenation and therefore, it is no exaggeration to say that Botox was the biggest advance in the last 25 years in facial rejuvenation, especially in the treatment of dynamic wrinkles, as well as in the prevention of their appearance.

The success of the treatment depends on the recognition of the patient’s individual characteristics, including the muscular strength of each region. The effective and accurate use of Botox requires a thorough knowledge of the anatomy of the face.

Its effects are well known and the risks of complications are minimal and temporary when done by experienced and skilled professionals at SD Botox.

3 – Your results are predictable and are not permanent.

The Botox is a substance derived from a bacteria (Clostridium botulinum), which is responsible for botulism. Its only mechanism of action known to date is that this toxin causes a blockade of acetylcholine release.

Muscle weakness can be noticed in a short time after the application of Botox (about 24 hours). The complete paralysis of the muscle and, consequently, the clinical manifestation of its effects usually occur from 7 to 15 days, lasting between 4 and 6 months.


4 – The treatment can be repeated several times over the years

Resistance to Botox is rare and the patient can repeat the procedure as often as desired, without any decrease or change in their desired clinical effect.

However, as with any immune stimulation, the production of antibodies against the toxin depends on the patient’s immune system as well as on the amount of the stimulus. If there is significant development of antibodies, loss of therapeutic effect may occur.

The most important factors involved in antibody production by the patient and consequent toxin resistance are the dose per session and the interval between doses.

5 – It is a minimally invasive and minimal risk procedure

For those who do not want to undergo plastic surgery or delay the need for it, Botox will be their great ally.

It is a quick, safe and minimally invasive procedure. Only one syringe with a very fine needle is used. There is no need for anesthesia or preparation before the procedure and patient may feel little discomfort and pain during application.

Once the application is done the patient can return to work or normal daily activities (with some exceptions, such as physical exercises, for example, that will be guided by the doctor).