Botox injections involve a series of small injections in order to become the chosen muscles, for example on the prowl or below the eyes. Weakening of the injected muscles begins to be apparent after 2 to 3 days with the peak effects being reached after 10 to 14 days. Results can last 3 to 6 months the procedure can be repeated after three months however injections given less than three months it was may reduce the efficiency of the injections.
Risk of Botox injections
Every procedure involves a certain amount of risk, and it is important that you understand the risks involved. An individual's choice to undergo a procedure is based on the comparison of the risk to potential benefit. Although the majority of patients do not experience these, you should discuss each of them with your practitioner to make sure you understand the risks, potential complications, and consequences of BOTOX injections.
It is possible, though unusual, to experience a bleeding episode during or after the procedure. Do not take any aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication is for 10 days prior to your Botox injection appointment.
Following this procedure, it is not uncommon to bruise at the injection site.
Infection is unusual. Should an infection okay, additional treatment including antibiotics may be necessary.
There is a possibility of an unsatisfactory result from the procedure. The procedure results in acceptable physical deformities, loss of function, and or loss of sensation. You may be disappointed with the results of the procedure. Allergic reactions-in rare cases, local allergies to topical preparations have been reported. Systemic reactions, which are more serious, may result from drugs used during surgery and prescription medications. Allergic reactions may require additional treatment. Drooping of the eyelids (Ptosis) - This is a rare but transient complication of having in 1 - 2% of patients. The incidents can be minimized by positioning post injections.