Therapeutic Treatment



Botox, and Dysport are injectable, wrinkle-smoothing products that target different
muscle of the face and the body.

Botox can be used to address many issues, including:
✓ Excessive facial wrinkles
✓ Forehead furrows
✓ Small wrinkles around the eyes (“crow’s feet”)
✓ Vertical frown lines between the eyebrows
✓ Lifts sagging brows (“Botox Browlift”)
✓ Neck bands and wrinkles
✓ Downturned lip corners
Laxity and wrinkled appearance of the labia minora and vulva.
Pain sensation and atrophy of the vaginal lining.
Decreased level of sexual interest and self-esteem
Weakening of the vaginal muscles
Loosened vaginal canal (especially after childbirth)
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Overactive Bladder symptoms (Urgency and frequency)
Dryness or lack of lubrication during sexual relations especially in postmenopausal women.

Botox for Health Conditions

The Botox and Dysport blocks the impulses from the nerves to the facial muscles which results in relaxation of the facial muscles and smoothes the skin.

Botox results typically last three to six months, and treatments should be repeated for maintenance. Botox injections also are used to ease symptoms of some health conditions. It's not a cure.

Examples include:
Sweating: Botox might be used for a condition in which people sweat even when they're not hot or working up a sweat. (Sweating or hyperhidrosis)

Migraine: Botox injections may help reduce how often you get a migraine. This
treatment is used for people who have headaches 15 or more days a month. Treatment is needed about every 3 months to retain the benefit.

Bladder problems: Botox shots can also help reduce urinary incontinence caused by an overactive bladder.


Botox injections are usually safe when you're under the care of a licensed and skilled
health care provider. The procedure can result in unwanted results or even cause harm
if it's given incorrectly. Possible side effects and unwanted results include:

• Pain, swelling or bruising at the injection site.
• Headache or flu-like symptoms.
• Droopy eyelids or crooked eyebrows.
• A crooked smile or drooling.
• Watery or dry eyes.
• Infection at the injection site.

Rarely, the medicine may spread to parts of the body where it isn't supposed to go. It
can cause symptoms there. Call your health care provider right away if you have any of
these symptoms hours or weeks after your procedure:

• Muscle weakness.
• Vision problems.
• Trouble talking or swallowing.
• Breathing problems.
• Allergic reaction.

As a rule, health care providers don't recommend Botox if you're pregnant or breastfeeding.


Frequently Asked Questions
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What Should I Expect Before The Procedure?

Most people don't feel much pain during the procedure. But you may want your skin numbed beforehand, especially if your palms or feet are being treated for heavy sweating. We might use one or more of the following methods to numb the area: anesthetic applied to the skin.

What Should I Expect During The Procedure?

Intradermal Botox injection
Botox injections are usually performed in a medical office. We use a thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the neuromodulator into your skin or muscles. The number of shots needed depends on the size of the treatment area and other things.

What Should I Expect After The Procedure?

Do not rub or massage the treated areas for 24 hours. And don't lie down for 2 to 4 hours after getting the shots. Following this advice helps prevent the medicine from spreading to an area where it isn't needed. You'll likely be able to return to your usual activities right after the procedure.

When Will I See Results?

Botox injections usually begin working 1 to 3 days after treatment, though it can take a week or more to see full results. Not all people have visible results or relief from symptoms. Depending on the problem being treated, the effect may last 3 to 4 months. To maintain the effect, you'll likely need regular follow-up injections spaced at least three months apart.

How Long Until I Can Return To My Normal Routine?

You may return to your normal routine immediately after your treatment with Botox or Dysport as there are rarely any visible marks. You should avoid any strenuous exercise or lying flat for 30 minutes and cosmetics for at least two hours. The team will hand you
the post care instructions which would help you to avoid any complications of the procedure. Most important you should avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area for 30 minutes to prevent the injectable from spreading.

How to Schedule a Botox Consultation

If you would like to stop wrinkles in their tracks, Botox or Dysport might be right for you,

Call or text our Riva Clinic at 672 755 0872, or email us contact@rivaclinic.ca to schedule a free consultation for the Botox


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