Wrinkle-Sweating and Masseter Muscle Applications
Facial lines are divided into dynamic and static;
DYNAMIC LINES: These are the lines we call mimic lines. They are formed by the contraction of the muscles under the skin during laughter, speech and anger.
STATIC LINES: These are the lines that are settled on the skin that are evident even when the face does not mimic.
Botox is the most successful method in the treatment of dynamic lines on the face.
Frequently used conditions:
- Treatment of horizontal and vertical lines on the forehead
- In the treatment of the lines we call crow’s feet in the corners of the eyes
- Treatment of horizontal and vertical lines on the neck
- Changing eyebrow shape, eyebrow and eyelid lift
- Nose lift
- Treatment of excessive sweating
- Migraine treatment
- Chewing muscle treatment
Botox in the Treatment of Excessive Sweating
In 1995, this ingredient started to be used in the treatment of regional excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).
Excessive sweating is a condition seen due to some structural or genetic predispositions. Palms, soles of the feet, under arms and face are the most common sweating areas. Sweating increases more as a result of emotional stress, heat increase and physical activity. Iodine-starch test can be performed to see the severity of sweating. The test shows a brown appearance in areas with intense sweating.
Botox injection is a very frequently used method in the treatment of regional sweating. The application is quite comfortable. The product is injected into the skin at regular intervals in tiny doses. After 1 week, the effect starts and continues for 9-12 months. There are no side effects in applications performed by specialists and there may rarely be tiny bruises.
Chewing muscle (Masseter) Botox Application
The masseter muscle is one of the chewing muscles on either side of our jaw. This muscle can develop abnormally with excessive chewing, with prolonged clenching of the teeth if we are in a stressful environment, or for no apparent reason at all. Hypertrophy (overdevelopment) of this muscle causes a hard and protruding mass on both sides of the jaw. This gives the chin an angular appearance. A thin masseter muscle gives the face a triangular and more feminine appearance. For patients who do not want to undergo surgery, non-surgical treatment can be performed with product injections. The injected botox relaxes the masseter muscle, causing a reduction in muscle mass and making the chin contour appear softer. This is of course a temporary solution. Surgical thinning of the muscle provides a permanent solution.
When applied to the chewing muscle, it is also a solution to the problem of teeth grinding. Since the injection of toxin into the masseter muscle eliminates the stress and excessive chewing force in the muscle, problems such as clenching and grinding teeth, especially at night, are also solved.
Misconceptions About the Use of Botox in Wrinkle Treatment:
- It creates a “dull face” expression.
- Wrinkles disappear forever.
- It is only for older women.
- This product is a poison.
- It is used for laugh lines.
- This ingredient paralyzes the facial muscles, it’s addictive
- It is an expensive application
- Anti-wrinkle creams have the same effect.
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