Now you can smile confidently and feel astounding as your wrinkles, scowl lines and crow’s feet vanish quickly; easily expelling the noticeable indications of aging with no downtime, no medical procedure and no stress.
You’ll have to initially meet with the doctor, nurse prescriber, pharmacist prescriber or dentist who will prescribe the medication. This ought to dependably be a one on one consultation.
They’ll need to completely comprehend your therapeutic history and purposes behind needing the treatment before they proceed. You won’t notice any difference immediately: it requires around three to five days before the infusions produce results, and as long as fourteen days for the full impact to manifest. BOTOX® Cosmetic, like other neurotoxins, is given using a small that leaves no hint of the infusion. Most patients feel absolutely no pain from receiving it! You can quickly get back to your regular activities. Results show up within 7 days and stays 3-4 months on average.
Patients that take aspirin, NSAIDS, fish oil or drink alcohol within 24 hours before the procedure can experience bruising. This long lasting dermatologic experience coupled with exceptional outcomes is what makes Queens Medical Center a reliable option for patients in need of non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
Inform your doctor about all your muscle or nerve conditions, for example, ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome, as you might be at more danger of severe side effects, such as trouble swallowing or trouble breathing from regular doses of BOTOX® Cosmetic.
Enlighten your doctor about every ailment affecting you, including your intentions to undergo medical procedures, whether you’ve had facial surgeries before, and fragility of forehead muscles: difficulty raising your eyebrows; hanging eyelids; any other irregular facial modification; whether you’re pregnant or intend getting pregnant (it isn’t known whether BOTOX® Cosmetic can hurt your unborn infant); are breastfeeding or intend to (it isn't known whether BOTOX® Cosmetic goes into bosom milk).
Ensure that your doctor is aware of all the medications you use, including prescription and non-prescription medications, nutrients, and herbal items. Utilizing BOTOX® Cosmetic with certain different drugs may result in severe side effects. Avoid taking any new medications until you have enlightened your doctor that you have taken BOTOX® Cosmetic before.
You may experience weakness or general muscle laxity, vision issues, or dizziness within hours after using some BOTOX® Cosmetic. Do not drive a car, operate dangerous machinery, or perform any hazardous activity when this occurs.
Also avoid taking BOTOX® Cosmetic if you are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients contained in it (see Medication Guide for ingredients); or if you’ve experienced an allergic reaction to some other botulinum toxin products like Myobloc® (rimabotulinumtoxinB), Dysport® (abobotulinumtoxinA), or Xeomin® (incobotulinumtoxinA); or if you’ve had a skin infection at the intended injection site.