Developing lines and creases around the eyes and forehead is a natural part of the aging process. However, many people who start to develop these lines feel very self-conscious and embarrassed. Fortunately, there is a treatment that can help to improve the appearance of these creases and lines know as BOTOX. BOTOX is one of the many facial treatments offered at the office of Dr. Kullamaa Plastikakirurgia in Tallinn, Estonia.
What Can BOTOX Treat?
The use of BOTOX injections can help you in a number of ways, as it can be used as a treatment for a range of issues. Some of the problems that can be addressed through the use of BOTOX treatment include:
- Frown lines
- Lines between the eyes
- Crow’s feet
- Sagging eyebrows
Of course, you need to ensure you have a fully qualified and trained expert to administer the treatment. To find out more about whether you would be a good candidate for BOTOX, get in touch with us today and we will be happy to discuss this with you.
How Does BOTOX Work?
The way in which BOTOX works is pretty simple. Expression lines are linked to impulses that are generated by the nerves to various facial muscles. When BOTOX is administered, these impulses are blocked, and the muscle contraction is halted.
This enables the skin over the affected muscles to remain smooth and free from lines and wrinkles. However, all other muscles will contract as normal, so you can still use facial expressions. The results will be natural and effective.
What Does the Treatment Involve?
This is a very simple and straightforward procedure. It involves injecting areas of the face with tiny amounts of BOTOX. There is little to no pain involved, and because of this, you do not even need to be sedated or anesthetized. Once the injections have been administered, you can get back to your normal day to day routine right away, so you do not have to concern yourself with any downtime.
Get in touch with Dr. Kullamaa in Tallinn, Estonia today for further information or to book your consultation today! Our team will be happy to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.