Botox treatment popular among men (US news)

According to Huffington news in the USA, in the United States in recent years the number of men who receive Botox treatment has increased considerably. Most patients in our hospital are English speaking patients, but many foreign men are receiving Botox treatment each year. The treatment area is forehead (forehead), eyebrows are central. Unlike women, Botox treatment for wrinkles in the outer corner of the eye may be better for men, if you think carefully.

For details, please see the following:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/men-getting-more-botox_us_58ebf37de4b0c89f9120b2aa

Migraine headaches and Botox treatment

In our clinic, treatment of migraine is done with botulinum toxin (Botox). This treatment is a treatment method approved by government agencies in Western countries such as the United States, Canada, UK, Australia. Prior to treatment we will check to see if it meets some standards.

First of all, doctors such as neurological department and neurosurgery undergo diagnosis of headaches such as migraine. Then, if possible, receiving image diagnosis such as CT or MRI in the past, it is possible to confirm that there is no abnormality, and so on. At the time of the first visit, if you bring a thing with a history list of medications and a history of treatment up to now, the procedure will be smooth.

Nasal allergy and Botox

For those who are in a season of hay fever or other pollen allergy, although it is unapproved treatment, when improvement is not seen with otolaryngology, taking allergy medicine in ophthalmology, in certain countries a small amount of botulinum toxin is sprayed into the nasal cavity. It has been reported that treatment is effective only by applying to the mucosa.

Use of supplements and filler/Botox

Hyaluronic acid and Botox are rejuvenation methods that can be treated easily without reservation, but there are some conditions.

Those who are regularly using vitamin E, fish oil (EPA, DHA, omega 3, etc.), aspirin and other pain medication called NSAIDs have thin blood, so it is easy to get bruised by stabbing the needle, especially hyaluron near the lower eyelid. It is safer to treat it without taking medication for more than a week when considering such an injection.

Regarding Botox, it is said that it is not recommended if you are currently pregnant, or breastfeeding, but it is also said that it is better not to use it even if there is a possibility of pregnancy within the next 3 months from now. In addition, this is for both sexes.

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