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Dr Singh who runs his botox clinic in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, in his latest blog shares his thoughts on the myths surrounding botox.

Let’s abolish the myths surrounding Botox®
Myth 1: Are Botox® injections painful?
The truth being is that people have compared having Botox® injected to having a blood test. There is a small pinch sensation however it only lasts a few seconds. Having the Botox® treatment requires on anaesthetic.

Myth 2: The needle
The needle is sterile and come individually packed. The needle is extremely fine and a small amount of liquid is injected in the area of treatment. Many patients have said that the pain associated with the injections is completely non-existent.

Myth 3: Is there loss of facial expression after Botox® treatment
A number of people looking to have Botox® treatment are concerned about the loss of facial expression (that frozen look). However, the reality is that having the Botox® treatment will enhance your expressions and you will be able to display the full range of expression as before including, frowning and smiling. All treatments must be performed by a qualified, trained and skilled practitioner. The Botox® treatment relaxes the muscles were the treatment has taken place, for example, soften lines around the eyes.

Myth 4: Does Botox® contain food poisoning
Botox® is made from a purified protein that comes from the toxin, as many medications are. Huge research has been undertaken into the testing of Botox® and its uses. Botox® injections have one of the highest satisfaction ratings from its patients.

Myth 5: Can Botox® only be used for the face
Botox® and Botox® treatments was initially developed to help with neurological disorders treatment. To this day, however not wildly known, Botox® treatment can be used in the following conditions, depression, migraines, involuntary facial movement, this is just a small list.

Myth 6: Are Botox® treatments unsafe and dangerous
Botox® has a long standing and well established safety history and has been available and used for over 20 years for various treatments. Over 16 million Botox® treatments have been carried out since it was first introduced and no long term side effects have been reports by the users.

For more information about botox hertfordshire, please call us on 0800 006 2266.

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