The stubborn horizontal lines and the may expression wrinkles make your forehead the ideal place to receive the Botox injection. But when it comes to the procedure, many misconceptions and wrong information cloud your thinking. So the following post will help you to learn the most important facts about Forehead Botox [โบ ท็ อก หน้าผาก, which is the term in Thai]. Misleading ideas can actually divert you from receiving the most effective treatment for getting rid of those wrinkles.
A safe process
To begin with, it is vital for you to know that the injection containing Botulinum Toxin Type A is safe and FDA approves the procedure. Although the source of the neurotoxin is the same as the one causing botulism illness in adults, the use of the neurotoxin in a very minute amount and diluted form causes mild, temporary paralysis of forehead muscles to prevent further wrinkles.
You must be wondering for how long you can enjoy the impact with the investment. Usually, the muscles start to stiffen up in a couple of days after receiving the injection. The full result will appear after a week. The line-smoothing effects will typically last for three to six months, and then it will start to wane off. If you like the results, you can repeat the injection.
Another factor of concern for the patients is the cost of the Forehead Botox. Practically, the cost will depend on
- Location of treatment
- Nature of practice
As the number of injections will vary from person to person, the price will alter. So you will get the individual quotation after the doctor assesses the area of treatment.
The aim of undergoing the procedure is to look youthful with a smooth facial texture. As the process is safe, it is the best way to attain a smooth surface of the skin on your forehead where wrinkles are common.