Botox is one of the most effective cosmetic wrinkle treatments, but as with all medicine, there are side effects and complications to consider. We will explore these issues, as well as common Botox mistakes and how to fix them, in the writing below.
If you are just joining us, the goal of this whole section about Botox on is to provide honest and well-researched information about this facial treatment for you to determine whether or not Botox is right for you. Part 1 discussed the benefits of Botox, including a before and after picture of my mom's own Botox treatment. Part 2 discussed how much Botox costs and how long results last. And Part 3 reviewed Botox safety.
Newborn Allergies – It’s no secret that young children are having a massive increase in allergy issues. But one researcher thought he could turn the tide of allergies…wait for it…by giving pregnant mothers probiotics! To test this theory, Dr. Ortiz-Andrellucchi gave expecting mothers 6 weeks of L. casei supplementation. This supplementation increased the milk’s concentration of T helper-1 and T helper-2 cells in the mother’s milk, compared to the placebo group. So this was a very good sign that the Lactobacillus casei was doing something.
Osteonecrosis, a rare jaw disease has been reported. Osteonecrosis has become a major concern with patients due to the severity of the condition. This rare jaw disorder is seen in cancer patients who were treated with radiation to the head and neck. This disease is difficult to treat and requires multiple surgeries and antibiotics. The incident of bisphosphonates causing osteonecrosis is less then %. Some patients have reported that their dentists have told them to discontinue the use of bisphosphonates, because of the severity of the disease. However the American Dental Association has recommended not to discontinue this medication. There are anecdotal reports of dentists seeing more osteonecrosis cases possibly due to more patients on long-term therapy.