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SWEAT NO MORE BY BOTOX

Excessive sweating can occur in many different areas of the body and can be an embarrassing problem that has a negative effect on self-esteem. It most commonly occurs on the palms of the hands and armpits but it can also be a problem on the face, head, back and groin area. Regardless of where it is located, excessive sweating (or hyperhidrosis) presents an embarrassing problem for those afflicted with it and it’s not a temporary condition. Many people who suffer have done so for many years, usually from adolescence, and whether it’s hot or cold, the sweating is constant.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Injections of BOTOX work by blocking...
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FACIAL SLIMMING BY BOTOX

“Do you want a slimmer looking, more oval shape to your face instead of an angular looking jawline?” Mediviron UOA Aesthetic Clinic now offers a facial slimming treatment which gives an appealing tear drop shape to the face. This procedure is commonly performed amongst Asians to slim the facial features giving a more feminine facial structure. This is ideal for those who:
  • Have a square shaped jaw line
  • Have a more masculine like jaw line
  • Have chubby cheeks
  • Want to achieve the look of weight loss in the cheeks
  • Decrease teeth grinding and ‘bruxism’
   SOLUTION: Botulinum muscle relaxant is used in the jaw muscles to relax and thin the chewing muscles or ‘masseter’ found...
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ANTI-WRINKLE BY BOTOX

WHAT IS BOTOX? Commonly used to improve the look of frown lines (glabellar lines) between the brows, crow’s feet at the corners of the eyes, forehead lines, laughter lines, to erase ‘bunny lines’ on the side of the nose and to give a slight lift to a drooping nose. This treatment involves a type of Botulinum toxin type A being injected directly into the muscles between the brows or other areas being treated. BOTOX has been used since 1980 to treat a number of muscle disorders and can also be used to treat migraine and excessive sweating. It is a simple, non-surgical treatment that works by blocking nerve...
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