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Neuromodulators treatment of expression wrinkles in Marbella

The correction of expression wrinkles by means of neuromodulators has become one of the favorite aesthetic treatments for many people, undoubtedly the best option to delay the passage of time and look much younger.

The most common areas to remove expression wrinkles are between the eyebrows, forehead, crow’s feet and very demanded the technique to lift the tail of the eyebrows to clear the eye.

With neuromodellers we can balance facial asymmetries, whether physiological or post-traumatic, i.e. after an accident, the field of action is immense as its wonderful results.


DURATION: The results usually last from 4 to 6 months, although each time it is used again its effects are longer in time.

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Neuromodulators are commonly used to treat medical conditions such as facial wrinkles, expression lines, chronic migraines, muscle spasms and some neurological conditions, such as blepharospasm or strabismus. Also indicated to treat facial paralysis and bruxism, these drugs temporarily block the nerve signals that cause excessive muscle contraction or wrinkling of the skin.

Neuromodulators are drugs that affect communication between nerves and muscles, reducing muscle contraction. This is useful for treating conditions such as wrinkles and muscle spasms. In comparison, other types of drugs may have different mechanisms of action and are used to treat a variety of health problems, such as infections, inflammation or chronic disorders.

Typically, a neuromodulator treatment involves injecting small amounts of the drug directly into the specific muscles to be treated. This is done in a medical professional's office. The injections are generally painless and the procedure is usually quick, taking only a few minutes. Results may begin to be visible in a few days and gradually improve over the next few weeks. Treatment sessions may be repeated periodically as recommended by the physician to maintain results.

Positive results of neuromodulator treatment can usually begin to be visible within a few days after injection. However, it is possible that the full effects may develop gradually over the course of one to two weeks. The speed and magnitude of results may vary according to the individual and the area treated.

During treatment with neuromodulators, it is important to follow the recommendations of the medical professional. Some precautions include avoiding rubbing or massaging the treated area for the first few hours and keeping the head elevated for several hours after the injection. It is recommended to avoid alcohol and intense exercise on the day of treatment. In addition, it is essential to inform the physician of any pre-existing medications, supplements or medical conditions. Each patient may have individual considerations that should be discussed with the practitioner.

There is no strong evidence that prolonged use of neuromodulators causes tolerance or loss of efficacy in the treatment of wrinkles or medical conditions. However, it is important to follow the treatment guidelines recommended by a medical professional and to keep in mind that results may vary over time depending on the individual response and needs of each patient.

The use of neuromodulators is not recommended during pregnancy or lactation, since there is insufficient information on their safety in these situations. It is important to consult with a medical professional before considering any cosmetic or medical treatment during pregnancy or breastfeeding to make informed and safe decisions for the health of mother and baby.

Most people experience mild discomfort during the injection, but the procedure is usually tolerable. Some physicians apply a topical anesthetic or local cold to reduce discomfort.

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