Botox The techniques used in cosmetic surgery have evolved significantly, especially in the last 20 years, and have become widespread due to the ease of modern technologies, including botox and feller injection techniques! Some people may confuse them and find it difficult to distinguish between how the two substances are used, so in this article we will explain the difference between Botox and Filler and how to use them.
The difference between Botox and Filler
To find out the difference between Botox and Filler we know initially Botox as a substance extracted from certain bacteria that are injected into places that contain wrinkles, working to relax the muscles in this place, which clearly reduces the lines and wrinkles, but Filler is a natural or manufactured substance that is injected to make the face look full, and is injected into the blanks and wrinkles as used to enlarge lips and cheeks.
What is Botox?
Botox is a substance derived from a particular type of bacteria called Clostridium botulinum, called “pentolinium poison”, one of the most toxic substances ever, the amount of one gram of may kill a million people, but recently it has been used in many medical operations.
Botox works when injected into the skin to prevent the arrival of nerve alerts to the muscles, which reduces the tension and movement of the muscles, leading to a significant relaxation of the muscles and reduce the appearance of wrinkles making the face appear flat and morecomfortable.
Some of the places where Botox is used include:
• Front area
• Between eyebrows
• Eye area and its surroundings
• Mouth area
Botox is extoled by diluting the original substance in sodium chloride solution and then injected under the skin very precisely, taking Botox from 24 to 72 hours to show its effect, and in rare cases it may take 5 days to fully show itseffect.
Botox injections can be injected at any time and at any age but are not permitted at all for pregnant and lactating women to inject it, and those who are all allergic to this substance or one of its components are not allowed to perform Botox injections, and those with nerve or muscle problems are not allowed to perform Botox injections for no complications. Generally, skin sensitivity should be tested before injections canbegin.
Botox lasts up to 9 months, depending on age and skin care such as hydration, drinking enough water and eating a healthydiet.
Some side effects of Botox injections may occur, this may be due to the non-sterilization of medical substances used or the use of substances that are not sealed by the. Health Organization, the source of the substances must be ascertained before the injection process begins, and there are also side effects caused by some reactions to botox subcutaneously.
Some side effects of Botox injections:
• Nausea and headache
• Swelling and swelling
• Paralysis or temporary weakness in the surrounding muscles or nearby muscles
• Flu-like symptoms
• Difficulty swallowing
• Sagging eyelids and eyebrows
• Blurred or double vision
• Dry throat
Another use that explains the difference between Botox and Filler is that it is used in facial surgeries, and these operations are performed for those whose faces have been severely damaged as a result of an accident or organic defect, and the face transplants are used with feller in the area of the chin and cheeks in particular, and these processes are permanent because they use fatty substances from other parts ofthe human body, once implanted in the face always and do not need the patient to go again for re-injection.
Adding to the difference between Botox and Feller, Botox cannot be used for such processes at all, but the filler has many uses, from filling blanks, lips and cheeks and facial identification to removing scars, marks and grains, lifting facial lines such as lip line, front line and chin reshaping.