Author: Botox Training Miami

Dr. Sandra Parker | Live Patient Dentox Course

“The reason I liked this course is because we went immediately into the nitty-gritty of what I came here to learn. Even though Dr. Katz’s name is on the patent for Botox, we didn’t spend hours talking about biochemistry, we went immediately into the application of what we came here to learn.”

– Dr. Sandra Parker


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Matthew Odom, MD | Live Botox Training Course

“I’m Matt Odom, I’m a family physician from Gainesville Florida, I found Dr. Katz’s program to be extremely informative. I felt like I did a pretty good job of researching programs before selecting to come to Dentox. Just from the reviews online, his experience with the procedures and the material, made it seem like it was a good choice to come out. After spending the day here in the intensive program, I’m certain that I made the right decision. He was able to distill 20+ years of experience with these procedures into a day of didactics and practical, made it very easy to understand, and not painstaking at all though the process. So I would certainly recommend doing it, I’m going to have my staff come out as well hopefully in the next year or so for the live program. Thanks.”

– Dr. Matthew Odom, MD


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Botox Training | Avoid/Fix Surprised Look Side Effect

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What is Botox used for?

The Clostridium botulinum is a bacterium that produces spores that survive in improperly preserved or canned food. When eaten, even tiny amounts of this toxin can cause severe poisoning. Botulism may also occur if the organism enters at open wounds and produces the toxin at the inside. Despite of its dangerous effect on the human body, it is used in very low quantities to produce the cosmetic product called Botox. It is used mainly for cosmetically removing wrinkles and other uses include treating certain muscular conditions.

You can find botulinum toxin under these commercial names:
Botox (the most known name), Botox cosmetic (botulinum toxin type A or OnabotulinumtoxinA) or Vistabel
Dysport (botulinum toxin type A or AbobotulinumtoxinA)
Bocouture, Xeomin (botulinum toxin type A or IncobotulinumtoxinA)
Myobloc (botulinum toxin type B or IncobotulinumtoxinB)

Facts about Botox, a quick list.

This is a quick summary about Botox facts.

– Botox has become the most popular cosmetic treatment, reaching more than six million treatments administered along the year.
– It is a neurotoxin produced by Clostridum botulinum, this organism is found in natural environments where it is non-toxic and inactive.
– Botulinum toxin paralyzes the underlying muscles and then it reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
– Its medical uses include treatment of excessive sweating, muscular disorders, migraines, and some bladder and bowel disorders.
– If it is present into the human body at higher quantities it produces botulism, it is an infection that causes respiratory insufficiency which can result in death.
– Botulinum is so very toxic than just one gram could kill over a million people. Two kilograms could kill the entire humanity.

The Origin of Botox.

Clostridium botulinum, the bacterium from which Botox is produced, is present in nature in an inactive form, including forests and cultivated soils, at the lakes bottom inside the sediments, at streams, coastal and untreated waters.

It can also be found in the intestinal tracts of fish and mammals, in the gills and viscera of crabs and other shellfish. If Clostridium botulinum bacteria and spores occur at this natural instances are relatively harmless. The problem arises when the spores change in vegetative cells and their population increases at some point from where the bacteria start the production of botulinum toxin, and this is the deadly neurotoxin which is responsible of botulism.
The botulinum toxin (abbreviated either as BTX or BoNT) has eight subdivision types: A, B, C [C1,C2],D, E, F, G 18 and H.
From these types, A, B, E and in some cases F, cause botulism in humans, while chained types cause illness in other living beings like mammals, fish and birds.
Type G is apparently non dangerous because although it has been isolated from soil in Argentina, there is no evidence of any outbreak due to it.

After this event, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and from the University of Wisconsin (UW) published a paper in the Journal of Infectious Diseases (JID) reporting that the toxin can be blocked by antitoxins already in use since the type H may not be a novel toxin.

Dr. Gordon Mitts (Plastic Surgeon) | Live Patient Botox Course Review

“As a plastic surgeon, this has been a really valuable course for me, because a lot of my patients don’t want to have a lot of invasive procedures anymore. So this has been a really good refresher for me, with the Botox and the Fillers.. a really good additive for my practice. So I recommend this course to anyone that’s interested in doing these non-invasive facial procedures.”

– Dr. Gordon Mitts (Mitts Plastic Surgery)


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Botox Training | Prevent Drooling Side Effect

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Botox and Drooling

There is actually a treatment where doctors use Botox to treat drooling but what if you don’t have that problem and just want Botox and it then causes drooling? I want to just give a small bit of information on this particular side effect of Botox. When going in for a Botox treatment the last thing you expect is to be drooling all over yourself. During the first day if you got Botox in you jaw then I would say that is expected but for days and days afterward that could pose and issue and it is a real issue for many people who go to get Botox done. The last thing they expected was this kind of side effect to last.

With the drooling it can accompany difficulty sipping a straw or even making certain sounds in your speech. It can also be difficult to smoke if you do so. The muscles around your mouth were created to control these functions including the drooling. So when you get an injection of Botox into the muscles surrounding the jaw it can indeed paralyze them to where they cannot function properly. It can also soften the lips to where your body just doesn’t know or cannot hold the saliva in your mouth after a Botox injection. It can be caused by too much Botox being injected into the muscles in your jaw also.

Muscle Atrophy

Another thing that could be causing the drooling after Botox injection would be muscle atrophy. The medical definition of muscle atrophy is when the muscle mass actually decreases. Well Botox does cause paralysis of the muscle so this can be a common thing. The ability to exert force causes the mass in your muscles. When your muscles are temporarily out of use due to a Botox injection this can cause them to weaken greatly and the effects of drooling can continue on especially without treatment. Another common thing that happens after Botox with the drooling is that it can cause trouble brushing your teeth. I know it sounds like I went in a different direction with that last sentence but indeed I did not. The lack of muscle use can even make it difficult to perform such small tasks you do on a regular basis. Basically after a Botox injection and even days and days afterward it can paralyze your lips to where you can’t even smile and with that accompanies the drooling.

People pay such an enormous price for Botox and then turn around and have these side effects. Patients are often left wondering what to do and I am certain being embarrassed by the outcome of it all. In turn that can leave you paying even more money to fix what the side effects of Botox did cause. That is if it can be fixed. Sadly Botox does cause drooling, for some it lasts just a little while, for others it can be an ongoing side effect. This article was meant to give you a fore warning or even just a small bit of information about Botox and the effects of drooling. I hope it helped.