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Painless Botox Injection Technique #2 [Botox Training Tips]

No medical professional wants to give an injection to a patient that will be painful – it is not in their nature to harm a patient, and they want their patient to be able to trust them completely, something that is a little harder if they have just received pain from your hands. That is why so many health professionals strive to ensure that they always reduce the amount of pain and/or discomfort that their patients feel when they give them an injection.

The key to giving injections that are painless is to first understand exactly what it is about injections that make them difficult in the first place. By understanding that, it is possible to remove or reduce those elements, and therefore give patients a much more pleasant experience of receiving an injection. The main problem with injecting Botox to patients is that the manufacturers advise that it is first mixed with saline, and this mixture will have a pH of around about 4. This means that the mixture has become very acidic, and this causes the scratch and sharp feeling of pain that patients experience when the needle breaks the skin.

If you are injecting Botox and you want your patients to have a much more pain-free experience, then you can choose not to mix it with saline as the manufacturers suggest, but to instead mix it with bacteria static saline, a very different mixture altogether. This creates a solution that has a pH of around 6, almost neutral so that your patient does not have to endure an acidic injection, making the whole experience of receiving an injection much more pleasant and easy to undergo. Very few people realise that this small change within their medical practice could make a huge difference to their patients.

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Painless Botox Injection Technique #2 [Botox Training Tips]
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