4 Common Side Effects Of Botox Treatment
It is essential to understand the difference between Botox and other treatments for Botox-induced side effects. The Botox is a general anesthesia and is used in eliminating excessive sweating, scarring, enlarged skin areas, depression, and many other aesthetic problems. One need not have many problems when using the Botox as they have had no adverse reactions to the injection. The main problem is when a person gets botox side effects.
However, botox is not without its bad side effects. More than 90% of Botox patients show signs of Botox side effects, but not all of them show these side effects; there are also an increased number of patients who die of Botox side effects.
Botox Side Effects On going Botox side effects are almost non-existent. In fact, the majority of patients get the Botox injection and the injection are completely painless, without the patient feeling any type of discomfort related to the Botox.
However, if there is any side effect that occurs, the patients may feel some degree of discomfort after the actual treatment is finished. Most people do not experience any kind of discomfort and it is only rare cases that the patient experiences the sensation of itchiness that gets worse at certain times of the day. Some patients may experience an increase in pain during the actual treatment process. These side effects are temporary and come with the normal effect of treating hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating.
There is a new treatment called the Vampire Facial. The Vampire Facial uses fine wires to poke holes in the top layer of the face. This stimulates the blood flow and helps treat hyperhidrosis.
Coolsculpting: Coolsculpting is another injection procedure which is used to target excessive sweating. The Coolsculpting involves injecting a silicone gel in the neck area, using a laser device. This makes the neck area appear like it has been shaved.
The Pinched Nerves: Most patients undergoing this procedure will notice some pain and discomfort. The discomfort comes from the pinching of the nerves. The nerves may get damaged during the procedure, which can lead to nerve blockage.
Infection: This is another common Botox side effect that occurs with this treatment. The problem occurs when the skin becomes infected during the process of cooling the top layers of the skin.
In order to prevent the occurrence of these complications, it is important to follow the instructions given to patients. Before a patient is injected with Botox, a trained medical professional will give them the green light to remove the implant.
PVP: An injection called PVP (Post-Presurgical PVT) is used to decrease the amount of excess sweating. Patients have to wear a flannel shirt under their surgery scar in order to avoid excessive sweating.
Those are the most common side effects and most patients don’t experience any of these problems. Some patients may experience these side effects, but there are fewer of these and the severity of the side effects will vary from patient to patient.
But you should be aware that these side effects are sometimes mild and may disappear after a few days. It is important to talk to your doctor if you are experiencing any side effects of any treatment you have. Side effects such as these can make the difference between having to endure unnecessary Botox injections and not needing them.