Is Botox Safe?

shutterstock_59306794 Botox has been safe for millions of patients the world over. There may be the rare risk of allergy to one of its non-active products but I have yet to see an allergery in any of my patients after tens of thousands of units I have injected over 20 years. People are afraid of Botox, because they think they are being injected with the actual bacteria that causes botulism. This is not the case. The manufacturing of Botox is under very strict guidelines by the FDA government in which the serum that is produced by the botulism organism is used to produce  Botox, but the actual organism or bacteria is NEVER injected. The public often doesn’t realize that many of our drugs today are engineered by using bacteria to produce medicine. Examples of this are Insulin. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare, but if something is not right patients should always get medical help right away if symptoms occurs. Symptoms of a serious allergic reaction may include: itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), rash, severe dizziness, trouble breathing. Botox and Dysport with Dr. Dean Kane, Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore Dr. Dean Kane has been an expert injector of Botox, Dysport, Restylane, Juvederm, Voluma and Sculptra. He has over 27 years practicing as a board certified plastic surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland and has been a training center for these injectables. With his extensive experience in injecting these cosmetic products, he can achieve a complete liquid facelift without the need for invasive face lift surgery. See his fantastic before and after photos of Dr. Kane’s liquid face lift at www.DrDeanKane.com or call his office 410-602-3322 to schedule your Botox appointment. He offers a one-time 50% off intro savings to allow patients to try Botox so they can see if its right for them. Request your 50% off Botox on his website https://drdeankane.com/enjoy-50-off-botox-dysport-voucher/.
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