BOTOX® injection is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) or into the area around the side of the eyes to improve the look of moderate to severe crow's feet lines in adults for a short period of time (temporary).
“Botox is not just for Wrinkles”
A "gummy" smile, one that's characterized by a smile that shows too much of the gums, usually results from "excessive lip elevation" when the upper lip rises too far above the upper teeth when smiling. Injecting Botox into the upper lip weakens the upper lip's retractor muscles so that it won't raise as high and your smile will seem better-balanced.
A perfectly shaped eyebrow is something every one desires. Whether u want that perfect arch or a lift, Botox does it all.
Migraine Headaches (FDA approved)
Traditionally, migraine headaches have been difficult, if not impossible, to treat in some patients. They're typically accompanied by a variety of unwelcome symptoms including dizziness, nausea, and sensitivity to light and vomiting. And, while doctors remain uncertain as to exactly how Botox injections (typically injected into seven areas around the temples, forehead, neck and shoulders) really work to ease the symptoms, the prevailing theory is that it prevents pain signals from reaching nerve endings.
Details: 31 injections into seven areas every three months.
Excessive Sweating (FDA approved)
You don't hear about it much, but for nearly years now, Botox has been approved for "severe underarm sweating." (Axillary hyperhidrosis.) It has, in fact, been proven to alleviate symptoms of all sorts of sweating, from underarms to hands and feet by blocking the release of the chemical responsible for stimulating the sweat glands.
Details: Botox is simply injected -- using an ultra-fine needle -- just under the skin where the sweat glands rest. (Note: Botox injections don't cure the condition, they just treat it for up to seven months.)