Suffering from Negligent Botox Treatment? Call Michael Saul Today
Botulinum Toxin Type A is a protein contained in drugs that are used primarily to reduce the appearance of certain types of wrinkles. While it is available in generic versions, it is perhaps best known by the original brand name of the drug, Botox. Used to temporarily improve the appearance of frown lines between eyebrows, it works by stopping muscle contraction in the muscle that it is injected into. Botox can be injected into areas of the face to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles and reduce frown lines, which normally start to appear when people hit middle-age. While it is best known as an anti wrinkle treatment, Botox can also be used for other medical conditions like excess sweating, leaky bladders and migraines.
Whatever the reason Botox has been used on a patient, when a Botox procedure goes wrong, the consequences for the patient can be devastating. If the cosmetic surgeon has made a procedural error during this bad Botox treatment then a cosmetic surgery law firm can make a claim on your behalf for Botox negligence. Considerable compensation may be awarded if your Botox procedure has gone wrong.
Botox – Still Huge in the UK
While wrinkles are part of the natural ageing process, Botox has become incredibly popular in recent years for people who are trying to achieve a younger looking complexion and who wish to avoid invasive surgery like a facelift. For more on facelifts, read Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors’ guide to facelifts here. Its popularity is such that the global Botox market is forecast to reach £1.8 billion by 2018. The UK cosmetic Botox market is worth more than £18 million a year with more than one million British men and women having Botox injections annually.
Despite its increased popularity, there have a rising number of instances where a Botox treatment has gone wrong and the resulting pain and distress is hard for any patient to bear. If you’ve been a victim of a bad Botox procedure talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, the first legal practice in England & Wales established for those who’ve suffered from cosmetic surgery negligence. Call us now on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul, Partner and Head of our Cosmetic Negligence department or one of his team of expert solicitors.
How Botox Works
The Botox is administered by diluting the powder in saline and injecting directly into neuromuscular tissue. Around 12-20 injections of Botox are given in the vertical lines between the eyebrows and the crow’s feet wrinkles around the patient’s eyes The Botox procedure takes about 30-45 minutes. Botox is also sometimes injected into the neck, the jaw and the armpits to treat excessive sweating.
The jab of Botox works by blocking the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, the chemical messenger that tells muscles to contract. Over time, the nerves gradually rebuild the ability to release the chemical messenger and the muscles eventually regain their ability to function.
Have you recently undergone a Botox cosmetic procedure that has left you dissatisfied?
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can act for you under our No Win No Fee agreement which means that if you lose your claim, we will not charge you anything for our services.
We are highly experienced in Botox negligence claims and know exactly how to deal with negligent Botox treatments. For more information on how we can help you make a claim for compensation, read below.
Make a Botox Negligence Claim with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors
Michael Saul and his team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors have recovered over £2.5 million in compensation patients whose cosmetic surgery has gone wrong. If you think that you are a victim of Botox negligence, then talk to us today and follow these four steps to make a claim:
- Call our expert Botox claims team on 0800 634 0285
- Request a call back at a time that suits you and your schedule
- Explain how your Botox procedure went wrong and allow our experienced legal team present you with your options
- Our dedicated cosmetic medical negligence solicitors will do the rest
When Botox Goes Wrong
In our experience, problems can arise after the use of botox in the jaw and neck areas. Botox injections in these areas can lead to potentially very serious difficulties with breathing and eating for a period of approximately 6 months before the effects of the botox treatment wear off.
We are dedicated to promoting the interests of victims of cosmetic surgery negligence and we can make a successful Botox negligence claim for you. Talk to our experienced Botox claim solicitors on 0800 634 0285 to make a Botox treatment negligence claim for financial compensation.
Call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors Now
As the leading cosmetic surgery law firm in the UK, Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has an exemplary reputation for delivering the best outcomes for victims of negligent Botox procedures. We can help you secure the financial compensation you deserve and alleviate the hurt you’ve had to endure after a Botox treatment gone wrong.
We can answer any questions you have about Botox procedures going wrong and we will be there for you throughout what can be a tough process. Speak to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of his expert Botox negligence claims team.
Dermal Filler and Botulinum Claims
Please find a list of quick links to a number of key topics relating to dermal filler negligence that Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can support when making a cosmetic surgery claim for negligence. These guides should provide you with information that will help you ascertain if you’ve been victim of cosmetic surgery negligence.
- Botox Claims
- Dermal Filler Claims
- Botulinum Treatment (Botox) Compensation Claims
- Surgery Process Guide to Dermal Filler Procedure
Cosmetic Surgery Process Guides
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has surgery process guides for other frequent types of cosmetic surgery negligence like the following:
- Surgery Process Guide to Arm Lift Surgery (Brachioplasty)
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Areola Reduction
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Augmentation (Enlargement) Surgery
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Fat Transfer
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Nipple Reduction
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Implant Revision
- Surgery Process Guide to Teeth Whitening
- Surgery Process Guide to Facelift Surgery (Rhytidectomy)
- Surgery Process Guide to Nose Job (Rhinoplasty) Surgery
- Surgery Process Guide to Tummy Tuck Surgery (Abdominoplasty)