• Dr. Naureen Akhtar General Practitioner MBBS,MRCGP,DRCOG

Smoothen Your Worry Lines Away With Skin Hampshire

Our Treatment Makes You Look & Feel Young

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Botox is safe but in the wrong hands can produce some very ugly results.If you’ve ever seen a bad cosmetic surgery you would know what we’re talking about. The effects of a bad Botox treatment are simply plastered on the face, from a marble-smooth forehead, inability to frown, a brow that droops and more. This is why to get the right result that is ‘naturally you’ will involve finding a good practitioner who has the expertise to bring those results to life.

How To Approach Botox In The Right Manner

Whilst we do everything in our power to ensure that your botox experience is simply perfect, we would recommend however that you follow some recommendations listed below.

Do not do undergo botox treatment if you are: allergic to any of the ingredients present in Botox or you’ve had an allergic reaction in the past to any of the Botox ingredients. Avoid botox also if you have a skin infection in the planned injection areas.

Also be sure to:

1. Tell your doctor about all your muscle or nerve conditions, these include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome. These can increase the risk of serious side effects including difficulty in swallowing and / or difficulty breathing.

Also let your doctor know if you have recently received an antibiotic or been prescribed or if you take muscle relaxants. Also if you’ve taken any allergy or sleep medicines or any blood thinners like aspirin be sure to let your practitioner know.

2. Be sure to tell your GP about any of your current medical conditions or plans including: any upcoming surgery or if you intend to have surgery on your face, any weaknesses or conditions in the forehead muscles including any troubles in raising your eyebrows or eyelids drooping or if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, are breast-feeding or plan to breast-feed in the future.

3. Be sure to tell your practitioner about all the medicines you take, whether they include prescription and nonprescription, any vitamins especially if prescribed and for which conditions, any usage of any herbal products. Do know that we need this information to check for and ensure that there is no allergic reaction with any other medicines and minimize the risk of side effects.

After the treatment, always let your doctor know that you’ve recieved a botox treatment in the last few months before starting any new medicines.