Botox is the purely the safest cosmetic procedure at Dr. Zadeh’s.
Faster results and quicker recovery times are the feature benefits of Botox procedures.
Why should I consider a Botox procedure?
Reduce Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
Joint Pain Relief
Watch this video of Janet’s experience with Botox (Before & After)
Benefits of Botox Injections for Migraines
Exactly how Botox treats migraine pain is unknown, but medical experts think that the drug blocks the sensory nerves that project the pain messages to the brain, as well as relaxing muscles, thus making them less sensitive to an onslaught of pain.
The only side effects observed thus far are a temporary drooping of the skin around the injection site, which can be avoided by changing the point of injection, and the occasional slight bruising, bleeding or burning sensation, all of which resolve themselves shortly.
People who receive Botox injections for migraines report the instances of the headaches drop by at least half, if not more, and the headaches are less severe.
When you’re thinking about the pros and cons of Botox, remember that there are many more uses for the drug than just for wrinkles. Botox can also help those with hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) fight off excessive sweat for up to two years!
Those who have hyperhidrosis experience unpredictable and excessive sweat. This can interfere with social situations as well as their daily lives so this is great news!
Joint Pain Relief from Botox
Although it’s still unknown as to whether this is a reason to get Botox or not; there are some studies that show promise that it can help alleviate shoulder, knee and hip pain. While the role that Botox plays in pain relief for arthritis is unclear, what is known is that it can block the signals in our bodies that cause muscles to contract.
Another positive Botox side effect that has been recently discovered is that it can help us fight allergies. There is currently a Botox gel under trial that can potentially relieve allergy symptoms for up to three months. The Botox gel would be injected into the nasal cavity where it can block nerve endings in the nasal passage and reduce inflammation!