Botox Injections in Malaysia
Personalised Botox Treatments for Your Needs
Botox Treatment Areas
For the Face
As we age, our skin’s elasticity diminishes, resulting in strong, dynamic lines such as:
(lines between your eyebrows)
(lines around your eyes)
(lines at the side of your nose)
(lines that extend downward from the corners of the mouth towards the chin or jawline)
Botox injections can also slim down and alter your face shape. The masseter muscle (a muscle for chewing) can be relaxed by Botox, leading to a reduction in its size and thus resulting in a less square appearance.
It can also alleviate pain associated with temporomandibular joint (TMJ), teeth grinding, and excessive jaw clenching.
For the Body
Treatment for Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterised by excessive sweating unrelated to normal body temperature regulation. It generally affects an individual’s palms, soles, and underarms and can significantly impact their daily life, causing social and emotional distress.
Botox injections hinder the release of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that stimulates sweat gland activity. By administering Botox injections directly into the area of your body that commonly sweats, the overactive nerves responsible for excessive sweating are weakened, reducing sweat production.
It is a safe and effective method for treating hyperhidrosis, providing longer-lasting results without invasive surgical procedures.
Treatment for Big Calf Muscles
Treatment for Migraines
Before & After Botox Injections
About Dr. K & Associates Clinic
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Contrary to popular belief, the notion that Botox can make you appear older once it wears off is a common misconception.
In reality, regular Botox treatments actually contribute to a more youthful appearance, even after the effects of the neurotoxin have faded.
An experienced medical professional should be aware of certain ‘danger zones’ associated with Botox complications. Capable injectors know precisely where to administer Botox — and, more importantly, where not to inject.
- Injecting the frontalis muscles (the two main forehead muscles situated above the eyebrows) instead of the corrugator supercilii muscle (the smaller muscles around the eyebrows) can lead to ‘Spock brows’ — comically arched eyebrows.
- Injecting the wrong area of the orbicularis oculi muscle, a key upper eyelid muscle targeted in treating crow’s feet, can have adverse effects.
- Over-diluting Botox injections in the lower facial muscles can result in downturned mouth corners and temporary facial asymmetries.
- Injecting the risorius muscles instead of the nearby masseter muscle, which is responsive to Botox treatment in patients with bruxism and mandibular hypertrophy, can result in ineffective treatment.
Generally, most patients should have Botox injections once every four months. But because everyone has a different body, it is best to consult a professional on how frequently you should undergo Botox injections.