Botox in thick and crooked leg aesthetics

Although the most important cause of thick legs is fat, sometimes the calf muscles are also a significant cause of thickness. In this case, although the removal of adipose tissue provides thinning, a satisfactory thinning cannot be achieved without reducing the thickness of the muscle. These muscles cause especially calf thickness. Meanwhile, they reveal a masculine leg contour in local hard masses, which is a separate problem. Sometimes one of the calf muscles shows excessive volume increase. This causes crooked or asymmetrical legs. If it is towards the wrist, the muscle volume is lost and the beams are replaced. Generally, the beams do not create too much ankle thickness. The easiest way to thin the muscles is botox application.

In a way to shape the legs to the thick points of the muscles. With botox injections, the volume of the muscle begins to decrease. The reflection here is that the legs get softer lines and get rid of the masculine geometry.

The regional volume increase of the muscles can sometimes cause the appearance of crooked legs or increase the existing distortion. In addition to silicone, cell injection and fat removal, botox makes a great contribution to the correction of the crooked leg.

The procedure is performed by injecting the voluminous areas of the muscles at regular intervals. Botox prevents impulses from nerves to muscles. The muscles that cannot receive a warning cannot work and begin to thin. After the procedure, the person can go home or work on foot. Its effect begins to be seen within 1-2 weeks. However, botox injections should be repeated 2 times a year at the beginning. Permanent and effective results can be achieved with regular repetitions. In the first application, the expectation should be feminization and shaping. It is not recommended for people who use their legs professionally, such as ballerinas, because the toe-up movement weakens. Apart from that, general botox rules apply here as well. Patients with neuromuscular disease, pregnant women, lactating women, and the use of certain antibiotics and blood thinners are not treated.

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