Botox is a well-known name for nearly everyone because it is one of the most popular and the most demanded treatments for the elimination of wrinkles and lines on the skin. Botox is given the name of the miracle drug of the 21st century because of the beneficial and highly successful results it provides. Botox not only removes the wrinkles and creases but it also plumps up the lips, fills in the sunken facial areas and is the treatment for a number of medical conditions. If we talk about the eradication of wrinkles only, botox is most commonly used for the treatment of forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet.
But how many botox units are required for the eradication of crow’s feet and how the treatment is done?
Continue reading to find the answers to these questions.
Botox is in fact a neurotoxin protein and is the most toxic substance on the face of the earth in its original concentrated form. For treatment purposes, small quantities of highly diluted and purified forms of botox are used. The procedure is performed by injecting botox in the treatment area with the help of fine needles. Measurement of botox units is important because injecting a wrong quantity of botox can affect the results and can cause complications.
The quantity of botox to be used for treatment is measured in units. The number of units required for eradication of wrinkles varies depending on the treatment area as well as on the depth and severity of wrinkles. Botox can be used in various areas to remove lines and wrinkles but Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) has approved it for reducing forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet. And the same areas are most commonly treated with botox.
Let’s have a look at the number of botox units required for crow’s feet and the other two areas.
Crow’s feet are the lines that appear at the sides of the eyes and extend towards hairlines. But with the passage of time, they become deeper. These lines are caused as a result of facial expressions like smiling and laughing. The quantity of botox units required for their removal varies from patient to patient but the average quantity lies between 20 to 25 units.
Forehead lines are the horizontal lines that appear in the middle of the forehead. They occur as the result of angry expressions and require 15 to 25 botox units for treatment.
Frown lines are the vertical lines appearing on the forehead between the eyebrows. The average quantity of botox needed for their treatment is between 20 to 30 units.
Botox is undoubtedly a wonder drug because it can solve many skin problems without any surgeries or cuts. It is the most effective treatment option for the removal of crow’s feet and other aging signs. However, injecting only the required amount of botox units is important for a successful treatment. Any negligence or mistake can result in complications and it will become difficult to achieve the desired results. If you want to get botox for crow’s feet and are looking for a certified cosmetic surgeon then visit Dubai Cosmetic Surgery®. You can book an appointment by filling in the consultation form given below.
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