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Nose Job: Botox and nose – 2022

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Nose Job: Botox and nose

The droopy nose tip is the most common reason why patients may seek out non-surgical nose jobs with Botoks.

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What is Botoks?

Botox or botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin created by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and has been used since the late 1970s to treat various muscle diseases and other disorders such as migraines, excessive sweating and bladder disorders.

Botox operates on the same principles in all applications: it is used to paralyze muscles in the body. While this can be dangerous when taken in larger doses, Botoks is used as a cosmetic and medical treatment safely by millions every year.

What makes an “attractive” nose?

Patients seeking treatment for their nose may not always be aware of what is wrong. In general, an “attractive” nose is one that rests in the middle third area of ​​the face and occupies a space that is proportional to other facial features.

the nose itself should have a tip that is neither too pinched nor too wide; at the tip it should round off without a hook. The tip should also not be too flat and stretch a certain amount from the face. The bridge of the nose should not be crooked; straight straight or close to straight.

Finally, the nostrils should not flare too much and the base should angle away from the face symmetrically on both sides.

What does Botoks do at the nose and tip of the nose?

the nose contains three separate muscles, with the depressor septi nasi muscle located just below the nose, coming out of the upper jaw or behind the upper lip.botoks injected into the nose is specifically aimed at the depressor septi nasi muscle, as this muscle naturally acts as an anchor to the nose, pulling it down and narrows its wings.

Why do you need Botoks for your nose?

Aside from clearing up obvious nose droopiness, here are some ways Botoks can improve the overall look of your nose and surrounding area:

1) Bunny Line

As you get older, you may notice a growing horizontal line that sits just above the side of your nose or ridge.

Bunny lines are generally most prominent under facial expressions that strongly involve the mouth and lips, such as.

What causes bunny lines? Bunny lines are the result of the repeated contraction of one of the three muscles of the nose, the nasalis. Nasalis keeps the cartilage of the nose compressed; a weaker nasalis coincides with flaring nostrils.

Bunny lines are slowly becoming more prominent over the years with repeated facial expressions.

they can also be created by previous Botox treatments on the face. The forehead can cause more stress on the nasalis muscle as it forces this muscle to pick up relaxation of the paralyzed facial muscles.
to treat Bunny lines with Botoks, doctors inject approx. 4-8 units Botoks along the side of the nose, just where it meets the cheek.

2) Droopy Nose Tip

The droopy nose tip is the most common reason why patients may seek out non-surgical nose jobs with Botoks. This is caused by the depressor septi nasi muscle, which increasingly pulls the nose down from the upper lip as we get older.
to treat the drooping tip of the nose, doctors inject an average of 2-4 units of Botoks just below the septum of the nose. This paralyzes the depressor septi nasi muscle, resulting in the nose having a lifted and lighter appearance.

3) Excessive nasal flare

For patients who are dissatisfied with the large size or frequency of their nasal flaring, injections of 4-20 units of Botoks along both sides of the nose may help resolve this. Botox prevents the nostrils from expanding too wide, and this effect can last up to 4-6 months.


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