BOTOX: Non-Surgical Brow Lift Using Neurotoxins
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In today’s article, we will help to educate you on Neurotoxins in Brow Lift
About non-surgical brow lift
Traditionally, the only method of lifting brows up was by surgery. One method used to surgically lift brows was the coronal brow lift. An incision is made in the hair line, and the forehead is pulled backwards to lift the brows. More commonly, the procedure is now performed via keyhole surgery (endoscopic brow lift).
Non-surgically, it is now possible to lift the eyebrows and rejuvenate the eye area.
There are few ways to do a non-surgical brow lift. It can be with neurotoxins such as Botox or Dysport, or with Dermal Fillers, or even with Threadlift. Let’s explore about Neurotoxins in Brow Lift in this article.
Neuromodulators or Neurotoxins For Brow Lift
You may know neuromodulators or neurotoxins as Botox, Dsyport, Xeomin or Jeuve. They are all from the same family of Botulinum Toxin Type A. The treatment has a proven safety record for over 25 years. Firstly by using anti-wrinkle injections, such as Botox, Dysport or the new Jeuve, it is possible to relax certain muscles around the eyes to help create an overall lift in the eyebrows. By altering the dynamics of muscle activity, it is possible to improve the aesthetic appearance of the face. There are certain muscles that hold the eyebrows down, especially the muscle surrounding the eye, known as orbicularis oculi. By careful placement of anti-wrinkle injections into these muscles, the eyebrows are released from this downward pull, and the forehead muscles (frontalis muscle) are left to lift the eyebrows up without being antagonised. This leads to a few millimetres in eyebrow height usually. The onset of action is 4 days and the average longevity of anti-wrinkle injections is usually 3 to 4 months.
Risks & Benefits about Neurotoxin in Non-Surgical Brow Lift
Neurotoxins are safe, fast and almost painless. The results are natural looking and almost free from complications. However in the untrained hands, if the injections is placed too low, it might diffuse into other muscles, namely the eyelid elevator muscles and cause ptosis of the eyelid, instead of lifting the brows up. Alternatively, if the dose is excessively positioned, without proper understanding of the brow anatomy, then you may end up with Mephisto effect, or Spock sign – giving it a very unnatural appearance.
About IIWAM training in non-surgical brow lift.
As always, it is imperative for the practitioner to undergo proper training in facial aesthetics to understand the procedure, the product and the patient. Equally he / she must know the benefits, the risks and countermeasure to correct complication. IIWAM also offers Online Aesthetic Certification programme for Non-Surgical Body Sculpting, Advanced Dermal Filler Training (Restylane, Juvéderm, Teosyal, Bellotero), Advanced Botulinum Toxin Training (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin), Skin Booster Training (Restylane Skin Booster, Profhilo, Rejuran), Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Training, and Threadlift Training (PDO, Aptos, Happy Lift).
At IIWAM, our trainers pay utmost attention in teaching the following subjects in using Botox for Non-surgical brow lift under Advanced Aesthetic courses in Botulinium Science.
Anatomy behind a non-surgical brow lift
Methods & techniques for non-surgical brow lift
How to inject Botox for non-surgical brow lift
Risks of Botox in non-surgical brow lift
How to correct brow ptosis after Botox injections
Can someone go blind after a non-surgical brow lift
Surgical brow lift versus non-surgical brow lift
About IIWAM Aesthetic Education
At IIWAM, we provide International Aesthetic Certification program and also Advanced Online Aesthetic Courses for Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Aestheticians, and Spa Owners in the field of Aesthetic Medicine. Our Institute is based in Malaysia and has international students from Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, India, Indonesia and other parts of Asia. With our insignia of “Be Certified, Be Recognized”, we develop knowledgeable, skilled and confident aesthetic practitioners of international repute. Our Aesthetic training focuses on teaching the principles of Aesthetic procedures before venturing into Aesthetic clinical skills. IIWAM training Programs are a combination of Onsite Training, LIVE Online Webinars and Online Learning. IIWAM is the first Institute in the World to have its Programs assured by City & Guilds of London and certified by European International University. IIWAM is also a registered CPD Training provider with CPD Standards Office in UK and by CPD Malaysian Medical Association.
On board is our Assoc. Prof Dr. Morthy, the lead trainer, medical director of International Institute of Wellness & Aesthetic Medicine (IIWAM), formerly known as Aesthetic Academy Asia (http://www.iiwam.ac/).
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