1. IS BOTOX DANGEROUS TO HEALTH AND CAN IT BE DONE DURING PREGNANCY?
Although botox is a toxin, it is not harmful to health. when it is not done in correct form in appropriate doses, but some complications; Asymmetry in the eyebrows, a confused facial expression due to excessively raised eyebrows, the inability to raise the eyebrows at all, the eyebrows and eyelids falling down, the difficulty of speaking after the application to the rim of the mouth, the inability to remove the wrinkles due to insufficient application or the failure of the eyebrows to rise. These can be corrected by the doctor. The safety of use of Botox during pregnancy or breastfeeding has not been determined, and it is in category C. Botox is not recommended to be used during pregnancy and lactation.
2. DOES BOTOX BRING PERCENT SWING?
Botox does not act as a filler. It causes permanent or partial paralysis of the facial muscles due to the need for application. Naturally, when the other neighboring mimic muscles start to work more effectively, the folds that the patient did not notice before increase in that area and the patient is thought to be swollen and baggy under the eye. It has no such effect.
3. WHAT IS HYARULONIC ACID OF THE FILLING COMPONENTS MOST USED? HOW LONG DOES IT STAY IN THE BODY? DOES THE PERCENT DISTRIBUTE AND CREATE SPHERE IN UNDESIRED PLACES?
Hyaluronic acid is a valuable element in terms of health in the human body and decreases in the body as we age. It has been used as a filler since the second half of the 19th century and is a very robust procedure. It also has many benefits such as reducing wrinkles, water stability, and softening the joints. The padding element only affects the area it is in. It has the feature of collecting water around it, so swelling can be observed in applications. In terms of this swelling, which may regress ex officio, it can be overcome with measures such as not consuming alcohol for a few days, application of moderately cold, very hot water, steam, and avoidance of environments such as saunas. The effect of discontinuous fillings varies between 6 months and 24 months. This respite varies according to the content and density of the selected filling. Due to the decrease in the amount of fat and water on the patient’s skin, less filling is demanded in terms of budget and satisfactory results may not be obtained in the study; Unless the hyaluridase enzyme that will break down the filling in your body is more than normal levels or is consumed externally, the destruction of the filling is not expected.
4. DO MESOTHERAPIES MAKE FLASH Worsening? WHAT MAY THERE BE SIDE EFFECTS?
In mesotherapy, symptoms such as palpitation, nausea, dizziness, which we call systemic, are not expected. Mesotherapy can only cause burning sensation, redness, tenderness, and bruising at the injection sites in the intradermal application area. These are the side effects that will pass by not consuming alcohol for a few days and staying away from hot water, sauna, etc., with ice and cream applications recommended by the doctor.
5. IS TANKING A PROCESS?
Tanning is a condition that increases the dead cells of the upper skin layer, which creates water loss in the skin structure and increases its tension. For this reason, it is rough for acid face peeling processes and laser skin rejuvenation and laser epilation processes to be applied to the whole face. In general, we recommend to all our patients, whether they have a job or not, to avoid direct contact with the sun, to use sunscreen, and to sunbathe around 10.00-11.00 or after 16.00 to protect themselves from the damaging effects of UV rays.
6. BOTOX IS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF HIGH Sweating, SO HOW IS IT EFFECTIVE AND FOR WHICH REGIONS IS IT SUITABLE?
Its use in the treatment of hyperhidrosis is due to the discontinuous blockage it creates in the borders reaching the sweat glands, due to the discontinuity of sweat formation. The period of effect lasts 3-9 months. It is not very effective in facial sweating. It is not suitable for those who do not want aesthetic changes in that area, as it will cause tension on the skin, etc. in face applications. In general, it is aimed to spend the summer period in a pleasant form in individuals who receive botox injections in the spring.
7. HAIR TRANSPLANT FAILED IN SOME PEOPLE WHAT ARE THE REASONS AND WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND?
It is taken out of the tissue from where the hair or hair is on the body; The process of placing it in another body or bald area (without hair or in another area of the body) is called hair transplantation. Hair transplantation is a type of tissue transplant and this transplant is done with the person’s own tissue. It is most commonly applied in men for male pattern androgenic spills. There are issues to be considered before and after hair transplantation. It is important to prepare treatments suitable for the individual, such as prp mesotherapy hair botox, for hair transplantation of the person’s scalp. Conditions such as random vitamin deficiency and hormonal disorders in the body should be determined and treatments should be started for them. After the process, however, full success can be achieved on the basis of disrupting the mechanism of repeating the same thing again in a region that has lost hair, on the basis of adapting it.