Botox Isn’t Just For Wrinkles

22 May 2017 Botox Isn’t Just For Wrinkles
Posted at 14:35h in Botox 0 Likes

Botox is also known as Botulinum toxin and, when injected into humans in very small concentrations, it does amazing things. Botox works by preventing signals from the nerve cells from reaching muscles whereby leaving the muscles with no “instructions” as to how to contract. And, Botox does this job extremely well. It is only the dosage of Botulinum toxin that makes it into a poison.

You may be most familiar with the name brand “Botox,” however, several other brands create the same effect, such as Dysport, Xeomin, and Myobloc.

So Many Uses for Botox

Beyond its obvious aesthetic purposes, Botox can be used in a wide variety of applications. It is currently used to treat over 20 different medical conditions and is in review for still more.

Botox Is Approved For:

• Frown lines between eyebrows
• Spasms of the eyelid
• Chronic migraines
• Crows feet
• Hypersalivation
• Neck and shoulder spasms
• Urinary incontinence
• Excessive sweating
• Crossed eyes
• Anal sphincter disorders
• Laryngeal Dystonia (forceful contraction of the vocal chords)
• Achalasia (difficulty swallowing)

Contact Salem Medical Day Spa Neaman MediSpa – FREE Consultations

Botox has been proven effective in treating many issues. Wrinkles are, of course, the most typical application. We work with patients for many reasons, and quite obviously, Botox can solve many issues. Contact Dr. Keith Neaman today to inquire about a mommy makeover consultation today – 844-338-5445.

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