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Botox in Nürnberg

When is botulinum toxin used?

Botulinum toxin is used for expression lines caused by excessive muscle tension. It relaxes the muscles and thus visibly smoothes the skin. This allows it to be used on existing wrinkles or for prevention. Classic areas of application are the forehead, frown lines or crow's feet. Some people mistakenly think that botulinum toxin can also be used to inject lips... but you need hyaluronic acid for that.

course of treatment

At the beginning there is a consultation and explanation with an analysis in order to achieve the best possible aesthetic result for you. The holistic view is essential as the different facial muscles interact with each other.

This is followed by the actual treatment, which takes about 20 minutes. The desired effect is visible after 14 days at the latest, with the first results appearing after 4 days at the earliest.

durability of the results

Botulinum toxin itself works for about 3 months, but the results last about 4 - 6 months. With repeated use, the duration of the results will be longer, since the basic tension of the muscles will decrease and thus the depth of wrinkles will be reduced in the long term.

stunning options

Since we use very special, extremely thin needles for botulinum toxin, no anesthesia is necessary. In the case of particularly sensitive patients, a numbing cream can be applied to the surface beforehand.

side effects

It is a treatment with few side effects. Bruising, temporary redness and, in rare cases, headaches may occur after the treatment. A detailed explanation takes place on site in the practice.

After treatment

Basically, you can go back to your everyday life straight away. Sport should be avoided for 48 hours and intensive exposure to the sun/solarium/sauna for a few days. Since most patients are very excited on the day of treatment and understandably cannot remember everything, we hand out a flyer with the most important points after the treatment.

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