A toxin called botulinum, otherwise known as botox, was discovered by scientists in the late 1970s. Due to its beneficial properties, this poison has been well diluted and used effectively to treat neuromuscular problems.
Botox jaw reduction treatments are very safe and effective and are highly recommended by the most experienced doctors. Botox treatment is not recommended for patients suffering from various types of muscle or nerve disorders.
The Botox procedure means that a minimal amount of contour toxin is injected into the facial muscles to treat wrinkles and fine lines. Normally, chemicals are released from nerve cells, causing muscle contractions and the same causes wrinkles and fine lines.
Botox's job is to block chemicals that weaken muscle contractions and improve the appearance of the skin. Previously there was a myth that Botox paralyzed the facial muscles, but now medical science and experts have proven that when the treatment is done skillfully, it doesn't paralyze the facial muscles at all, but instead reduces and relaxes the muscle response.
Patients with heart problems and people taking antibiotics should also avoid Botox treatment, as reactions can occur. Many people are also allergic to Botox ingredients or have facial infections which are not recommended for Botox treatment.