Cosmetic Surgery / Lasers / Skin / Hair loss



BOTOX Cosmetic

What is Botox? Botox is a US FDA approved popular non-surgical injection that temporarily reduces or eliminates frown lines, forehead creases, crow’s feet near the eyes and thick bands in the neck.

These problems can make you look like you are frowning, angry, tired, sad or generally older. Botox relaxes wrinkle-causing muscles thereby creating a smooth rejuvenated, more youthful appearance.

Reasons for Considering a Botox Treatment:

  • Excessive facial wrinkles.
  • Large wrinkles or furrows in your forehead.
  • Small wrinkles or “crow’s feet” around your eyes.
  • A vertical “frown line” between your eyebrows.

It’s a great and very safe product as long as it’s being injected by a qualified practitioner who is experienced in all the art of the procedure. Dr. Sachin Shah is highly trained in Advanced Techniques of Botox® Browlifting, Facial sculpting and Chin rejuvenation.

How long does Botox last? On average, Botox lasts 4-6 months. Some people can get as long as 8 months, and some only get 2 months, but on average it’s a procedure you’ll need about 2-3 times a year. New research is suggesting that after about 2 years of regular Botox usage, the product may start lasting longer.

Botox For Facial Contouring : A square jaw may result from overdeveloped muscles in the jaw line. This may be as a result of excessive chewing or grinding of the teeth. Botox is a highly successful treatment that can beautifully contour the lower face and create a slimmer jaw.

Botox for Hair loss: Botox is turning out to be something of a wonder drug… We all know that it’s the gold standard for treating fine lines and wrinkles, nd that it’s very effective for treating migraines and sweating, Botox is being used to slow the rate of hair loss with male pattern baldness in younger men, and for thinning hair in women in some cases.

Botox For Excessive Sweating: In addition to eliminating wrinkles, studies have shown that Botox Cosmetic is effective in relieving excessive sweating. Sweat glands require a nerve impulse to activate. Without this stimulation, they won’t secrete. By injecting Botox into problem areas such as underarms, hands and feet, the related nerve impulse is temporarily relaxed and prevented from reaching the sweat gland. This, in turn, stops sweat production in the treated area. The treatment is as simple as it sounds.

Mesobotox: Mesobotox is the latest mesotherapy technique for rejuvenating faces! Newer information has shown that Botox also affects sebaceous glands (oil glands), blood vessels in the face and skin texture.For patients seeking to refine their skin and tighten their pores, this treatment is ideal as well.