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What is Botox?
Botox is a derivative of the Clostridium Botulinum bacteria which is found in many natural settings such as soil, lakes, and forests. In its natural forms, these bacteria and their spores are harmless but once they transform into vegetative cells and their population increases, they start producing botulinum toxin which is a deadly neurotoxin that causes botulism. This is a severe, life-threatening illness. If the Botulism is not treated, it can lead to respiratory failure and death.
Botulism Toxin is among the most poisonous substances. This is evident from the fact that even 1 gram of it can ill as many as 1 million people and a few kilograms of the drug can kill all the human beings on the earth.
Despite the toxicity of Botox, it has a high demand for wrinkle treatment because of the rising want to get a wrinkle-free look.
What are the different forms or types of Botox?
Botox is available in the injectable liquid form. Powered from is also available that is diluted for injecting.
What are the other brand names, street names of Botox?
Botulinum toxin is available under the following brand names commercially:
- Botox, Vistabel, Botox cosmetic (OnabotulinumtoxinA or botulinum toxin type A)
- Dysport (AbobotulinumtoxinA or botulinum toxin type A)
- Bocouture, Xeomin (IncobotulinumtoxinA or botulinum toxin type A)
- Myobloc (RimabotulinumtoxinB or botulinum toxin type B).
Where to buy Botox?
You can buy Botox from our online store. We ship the product worldwide.
What are the uses of drug Botox?
The therapeutic applications for which it is approved are:
- Blepharospasm or spasm of the eyelids.
- Idiopathic rotational cervical dystonia or severe neck and shoulder muscle spasms.
- A chronic migraine.
- Severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating.
- Strabismus or crossed eyes.
- Post-stroke upper limb spasticity.
- Detrusor (bladder wall muscle) overactivity that causes urinary incontinence.
- Overactive bladder.
- Hemifacial spasm.
- Glabellar lines i.e the frown lines between the eyebrows.
- Canthal lines which are also known as crow’s feet.
The off-label uses of Botulinum toxin i.e those uses which are not approved for are as follows:
- Achalasia which is an issue with the throat that makes swallowing difficult.
- Anal fissure and anismus which is a dysfunction of the anal sphincter.
- Sialorrhea, in which too much saliva is produced.
- Allergic rhinitis which is also known as hay fever.
- Sphincter of Oddi (hepatopancreatic) dysfunction which causes abdominal pain.
- Cerebral Palsy.
- Oromandibular dystonia in which there is forceful contraction of the jaw, face, and/or tongue.
- Laryngeal dystonia in which there is a forceful contraction of the vocal cords.
How does Botox work?
Botox is injected into humans in very small concentrations. It is a neurotoxic substance that causes the disruption of the signals which enable the effective communication between the neurons. In other words, it operates by preventing the signals from the nerve cells from reaching the muscles. It then paralyzes the muscles temporarily in the area where they are injected.
In a general scenario, for the muscles to contract, a chemical messenger named acetylcholine is released by the nerves. This neurotransmitter is released at the junction where the nerve endings meet the muscle cells. Acetylcholine gets attached to receptors on the muscle cells and leads to the contraction of the muscles.
When Botox is applied, it prevents the release of acetylcholine, thus preventing contraction of the muscle cells. So, the wrinkle formation is delayed.
What is the dosage of Botox?
Depending upon the severity of the case such as wrinkles or any other medical condition, the doctor decides to administer the amount of Botox. It varies from person to person.
The Botox powder is diluted in saline and injected into the neuromuscular tissue. After 24-72hours, its effect is noticed
In some rare cases, it takes 5 days to produce the effect.
An overdose of Botox can be fatal and lead to a severe paralytic effect on the user.
So it should be administered with extreme caution and must be administered by a well-experienced physician only.
What are the short and long-term effects of Botox?
The short and long-term effects of Botox are enumerated below:
- There are about 1% of the people who develop antibodies when they are injected with botulinum toxin type A.This makes the rest of the treatment ineffective.
- Experiencing mild pain.
- The occurrence of local edema or fluid buildup.
- Experiencing erythema or the reddening of skin at the site where the injection is applied.
- Experiencing numbness.
- The occurrence of a headache.
- Having a malaise feeling in which the person generally feels unwell.
- Experiencing mild nausea.
- The occurrence of temporary unwanted weakness or paralysis of nearby muscles.
- Temporary upper lid or brow ptosis or drooping.
- Experiencing a weakness of the lower eyelid or lateral rectus which are responsible for controlling eye movement.
- The occurrence of dysphagia in which the person faces trouble while swallowing.
- Experiencing weakness in the neck.
- The occurrence of flu-like illness.
- The occurrence of brachial plexopathy which is a condition affecting the nerves present on either side of the neck and chest.
- Dysfunctioning of the gallbladder.
- The occurrence of diplopia which is the double vision.
- The occurrence of bleeding.
- Experiencing a blurred vision.
- A reduction in the eyesight.
- Experiencing dryness of the mouth.
- Experiencing fatigue.
- The occurrence of hives.
- Experiencing rashes.
- The occurrence of wheezing.
- Experiencing swelling.
How to get prescription for Botox?
You can consult a reputed and experienced dermatologist to get the botox prescription for preventing the wrinkles. You can buy it from our online store without a prescription.What legal status of Botox?Botox is legal but is a prescription-only drug.