IS BOTOX SAFE ?
ALL BOTOX TREATMENT IN LONDON ARE NOT THE SAME!!
Is Botox safe? This is a common question among people first considering treatment, and deservedly so. However, please do not let the word “toxin” keep you from pursuing youthful radiance. Botox has been used of millions of patients and is approved by the MHRA. In the hands of a qualified injector like Rupesh, neuromodulators have an excellent safety record with low risk of side effects.
Botox London is made from a neurotoxin that is produced by botulinum toxin. We first hear the word, “toxin” and automatically think it’s toxic. This is not the case at all with Botox. The amount of botulinum toxin that is actually found in Botox is so minimal that it rarely has a negative effect on the body. Just like any drug, if the appropriate amount of Botox is not administered correctly it can have negative effects on the body.
While Botox is considered safe for treating wrinkles, there is still the possibility of complication. Most of the risks and complications that occur with Botox are actually in the hands of an inexperienced injector. If you’re new to Botox, we recommend looking for a well-educated, knowledgeable and experienced injector like Rupesh.
During an initial Botox consultation you can ask as many questions as needed and if you’re comfortable, you can go ahead with treatment. Our biggest tip is to never put a price tag on your safety.
Botox Treatment in our Harley Street London Clinic is usually pretty painless because the needles are so tiny and our injectors try their best to be gentle. Immediately after you may have little bumps where Botox was injected. Those go away after just a few minutes. Rupesh urges his patients to not touch the treated areas and avoid strenuous physical activities and laying flat on their back for at least four hours after treatment.
How long do BOTOX results last?
Patients all over the world and London come to see Rupesh for Botox, injections and if they are deemed to be suitable for the Botox Treatment then it may be done right in the treatment room. After a few days, patients will notice significant improvement in the areas of concern, and reinjection is often not needed until about three to four months after the original treatment. Maintaining the results requires patients to undergo injections regularly, or wrinkles and folds will reappear with time.