BOTOX® is injected into the body to primarily treat wrinkles and lines on the face. Injecting it into these facial imperfections will relax the muscles to give you a younger-looking face. BOTOX® can also be used to treat chronic migraines, neck spasms, excessive sweating, and more.
Suffering from one of the medical conditions that can be treated using BOTOX® is the first thing you must have to be a strong candidate for the injections. If you want to treat your face wrinkles and lines, then you must have a moderate or severe case.
The wrinkles must also be in a place that can be treated using BOTOX®. These areas are usually on the forehead, around the eyes and in the neck.
The procedure is only safe when performed on a healthy individual. If you are in very poor health, then you may need to avoid BOTOX® injections. You can come back for the procedure once your health starts to improve.
Anyone suffering from a skin infection in the area of the injection may not be a good candidate for BOTOX®. Once the skin infection is completely healed, then you can get your BOTOX® treatment as planned.
You will not make a good candidate for BOTOX® if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or suffering from a nerve condition. Since neither of these things is permanent, you should have no problem getting BOTOX® in the near future.
Those who suffer from nerve conditions like ALS may not be permitted to get BOTOX® injections. The ingredients used in the BOTOX® injections have been proven to enhance the effects of nerve and muscle conditions.
ALS and other diseases like it are already hard enough on their own, so there is no reason to make the problem even worse. Removing some face lines and wrinkles is not worth increasing your health problems.
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If you have a condition treatable by BOTOX® and are not suffering from one of the aforementioned conditions, then you should be a good candidate for the procedure.
Contact MD Beauty Labs today. We can discuss your treatment options if you schedule a consultation appointment. Once we agree on a treatment plan, then we can start treating your problem as soon as possible.