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Botox

(bō′tŏks′)
A trademark for a preparation of botulinum toxin, used to treat blepharospasms, strabismus, and muscle dystonias and to smooth facial wrinkles.

Botox

trademark for a preparation of botulinum toxin, type A. See botulinum toxin.

botox

Botulinum toxin A, see there.

Botox

A brand name for a powder used to reconstitute a solution of botulinum A toxin complexed with haemagglutinin. This is used to treat a wide and increasing range of conditions. See BOTULINUM TOXIN.
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pdf) full report from 2015, ASAPS revealed that cosmetic procedures had increased by 39 percent from 2011, and nonsurgical procedures 6 like Botox 6 were up by 44 percent.
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WRINKLE ERASER: Botox treatments are on the rise in Liverpool - as plastic surgery becomes too expensive
The ASA said Dermaskin's website included claims that went beyond factual references and were a direct promotion of the Botox, such as "this revolutionary treatment.
The FDA evaluated the drug's safety and efficacy for overactive bladder through two studies in which 1,105 patients were randomly assigned to receive injections of 100 units of Botox (20 injections of 5 units each) or placebo.
KATIE PRICE GLAMOUR model Katie Price, once known as Jordan, has made no secret of using Botox and getting fillers.
But researchers from the Mayo Clinic have found that Botox doesn't promote weight loss.
Justement, a qui faut-il s'adresser pour se faire des injections de Botox ?
But should you be having botox in the first place, at a time when half of Hollywood claims to be giving up its needle fix?
So now Botox Mom is saying she was paid to say all the things for which she is now being criticised.
During the recession, those that could not afford full surgical procedures opted for treatments such as Botox, dermabrasion, and tissue fillers.