The globally accepted wrinkle treatment.
Botulinum Toxin type A is to Aesthetics what Table Mountain is to Cape Town.
There is not a person on this planet that has not heard of Botulinum Toxin type A and most of them have at least considered undergoing a Botulinum Toxin type A wrinkle softening treatment.
That said there is still some confusion about the difference between Botulinum Toxin type A and Dermal Fillers.
What is Botulinum Toxin type A?
Botulinum toxin type A is sold and used aesthetically under many trade names such as BTXA, Dysport, Myobloc, Neurobloc, Xeomin, Botulinum Toxin type A Cosmetic, and Vistabel and of course Botox.
The toxin is used to enable controlled weakening of specific muscles whose overuse creates wrinkles.
Overactive muscles constantly bend and fold the skin until a wrinkle is formed.
Eliminate the muscle’s ability to fold the skin and eliminate the wrinkle.
But that is just the start…
Further developments in the art of Botulinum Toxin type A injecting have created treatment protocols to not simply treat:
Botulinum Toxin type A can also treat clinical indications like:
Hyperhydrosis (Excessive sweating)
Blepharospasm (Twitching eyelids)
Vaginusmus (Vaginal spasm)
But now understanding anatomy and injection techniques we can alter:
Raise or lower the tip of the nose
Improve the jowls
Improve the shape of the mouth
Botulinum Toxin type A is a superb treatment option for combination treatments. If used correctly Botulinum Toxin type A can be combined with Dermal Fillers, Chemical Peels and other Rejuvenation Treatments to reverse the visible signs of ageing and reduce your wrinkles.
Come and, share a cup of coffee with us and discuss your Botulinum Toxin type A treatment options.