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Botox & Fillers

What is botox?

After a certain age wrinkles starts to appear on face which indicates ageing in a person. Botox and fillers are administered on a patient’s face Botox is a natural protein that temporarily relaxes facial muscles that cause fine lines and wrinkles. Botox is injected into muscles to soften the deep frown lines caused by facial expressions and growing age. At our Centre, Botox is administered to those who want to reverse age-related changes in their facial features.

What can botox correct?

The most common problem that botox treats includes lines on the upper face such as:

  • The "11" between eyebrows.
  • Horizontal lines on the forehead.
  • Crow's feet around the eyes.

What precautions are to be taken after the procedure?

A patient must ensure that toxins are not spread to surrounding skin which may result in muscles drooping. Therefore, after the treatment, patients are advised not to rub or massage the area of injection.

What are fillers?

Yes, age is all about numbers but if those numbers are also visible on your face then why not seek expert’s advice. Our experts aim at lifting and smoothing the skin folds and wrinkles by adding volume through Dermal Fillers. This is used to give a person a much younger, natural and fresher look. At BLK, we have a team of specialists who believes in using cutting-edge technology to administer dermal fillers by injecting Hyaluronic Acid (or HA), a natural product, to reduce or eliminate wrinkles and scars. Lip fillers are also used to enhance lips and add extra volume.

What can dermal fillers correct?

Dermal fillers work on treating a number of signs of aging:

  • Plumping thinning lips to regain volume
  • Decrease or remove under eye wrinkles
  • Enhance shallow areas of face
  • Fill in or soften wrinkles or scars

 

 

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BLK Hospital

BLK Super Speciality Hospital
Pusa Road
New Delhi -110005
India

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24 Hrs Helpline: +91-9015443040
Whatsapp no: +91-8800791529

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