Over time our facial expressions…
are imprinted on our face. We all know Botox is a protein complex of botulinum toxin type A, which temporarily inactivates the movement of the muscles responsible for frowning, forehead contraction and of the eyes.
So if we want to prevent or reduce the depth of the wrinkle between the eyebrows, the forehead or around the eyes, the toll that the wonderful Greek sun has on our skin, we choose botox. The scientific knowledge, experience and artistic sense of the specialist dermatologist or plastic surgeon guarantees a natural and balanced result which is the aim of modern cosmetic interventions.
Everyone knows the history of Botox. It has been applied in medicine since 1970 and in aesthetic medicine since 1990. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved botox for its use on crow’s feet, mid-frown and forehead wrinkles.
The drug’s rich scientific backing with thousands of clinical studies give it an excellent safety profile. It is approved by the EOF (National Organisation for Medicines) and has been approved in more than 75 countries for various treatments
Its mode of action on the neuromuscular synapse is also throughly analysed in scientific manuals.
Through our communication with hundreds of patients over the years we have highlighted the questions and concerns that cannot be answered with simple encyclopaedic knowledge.