Best Dermal Aesthetic BOTOX® Filler Thread Lift Training Bosnia & Serbia 2023

Why Bosnia and Serbia are Best Nominate For BOTOX® and Filler Aesthetic Training

If you are looking for aesthetic dermal BOTOX® filler filling thread lift training Bosnia Sarajevo Serbia Belgrade Novi Sad Niš Kragujevac Leskovac this article is going to help you. In this article, we talk about BOTOX® and BOTOX® training courses, and also lip augmentation procedures. So, if you are curious about fillers or want the best BOTOX® training courses, stay with us!

What is Lip Augmentation?

Lip augmentation is a procedure in which we volumize the size of the lips. It is done by injecting substances such as collagen, fat, or silicones into the lips. It is done on one or both lips depending on the client’s preference and can be repeated if they wanted it.

A Woman Getting Lip Augmentation in Dr.Abedini Office
A Woman Getting Lip Augmentation

Fillers are the most common type of lip augmentation that is injected into the lips to give them a fuller look. Fillers are made of collagen, fat, or silicones but at the end of the day, they all have the same effect on the lips – turning them more voluptuous.

Fat transfer is one of the other options you have for lip augmentation but you should know that it is only available for people with enough fat in their bodies to transfer it to their lips. This procedure is more popular in cases in which someone has lost weight and now their cheeks and upper lip area don’t have the fullness they had before.

Is Lip Augmentation painful?

Many people want to know if lip augmentation is painful or not. To answer this question we should say it depends on many factors! Factors such as how the lips augmentation is done. Because different procedures result in lip augmentation. These procedures range from non-invasive procedures like fillers to actual surgeries. Among these, injections are the most popular option because they are done in a doctor’s office and take very little time. For this procedure, the doctor uses a numbing cream, which means you will not feel much pain during the injection.

A woman After Getting Lip Augmentation
A woman After Getting Lip Augmentation

But if you are choosing surgery, there is pain involved in that procedure because the surgeon makes incisions to create a pocket for the implant or fat. However, even this procedure is less painful than you think because there is no need for stitches and you don’t need to worry about infection like injections.

What is the side effect of Lip Augmentation?

In this part we name a few side effects of lip filler injection that normally involve Bleeding, Swelling, bruising, and tenderness. There are also more severe side effects such as:

  • Infection
  • Allergic reaction
  • Lip asymmetry
  • Lumps and irregularities
  • Severe swelling lasting up to 10 days
  • Severe Bruising lasting up to 10 days
Before and After Lip Filling
Before and After Lip Filling

price of Lip Augmentation in Bosnia & Serbia

The price of a lip filler procedure depends on various factors such as the practitioner’s experience, the type of procedure, and the location you choose to do the injection. In addition to this, this procedure is usually priced by the number of injections you need. The cost of lip filler in the aesthetic dermal BOTOX® filler filling thread lift training Bosnia Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Zenica, Bijeljina makes Bosnia one of the ideal locations for these procedures. However, other cities such as Istanbul, Turkey can also be great locations.

When can I travel by air after Lip Augmentation from Bosnia and Serbia to Turkey?

If you have flown to another city or even country such as Bosnia or Turkey for a lip filler treatment, you might want to know when you can take the plane after this treat. We usually recommend patients wait from 3 to 7 days before they go on a flight. This is mainly because you don’t want the side effects of the lip filler procedure to worsen. Also, it is better to have your doctor’s supervision after the procedure for a couple of days.

Getting Lip Filler Filling in Dr.Abedini Office
Getting Lip Filler Filling in Dr.Abedini Office

How long does recovery take after Lip Augmentation?

The good news is that you recover from a lip filler procedure very quickly! You won’t have any pain after a day in the worst-case scenario. The swelling also goes away in a couple of days, but in some cases, it might take a week to fully disappear.

What is BOTOX®?

BOTOX® is the brand name of botulinum toxin type A. This toxin makes muscles stop contracting and also stops nerve impulses. In other words, when botulinum toxin has entered a muscle of your body, it stops the production of a chemical called “acetylcholine” in the area.

Botulinum toxin type A, also, makes the muscles smoother and limits the ability to express excessive emotions such as worry and frown. Now that this muscle is more in the relaxing position, subsequently, wrinkles in this area are less apparent too. All of these effects result in a refreshed look. Nowadays, BOTOX® is one of the popular choices for all people around the world, because it’s non-invasive.

Benefits of BOTOX®

You should know that BOTOX® is not just for having a refreshed look and younger skin. Honestly, its benefit extends beyond that. it not only helps with eliminating wrinkles, but also it provides improvements beyond the look. If you’re tempted to do the procedure, we recommend you consider perks such as:

Helping with Facial Bell’s Palsy

Damage to facial nerves results in Facial bell palsy. This ends up weakening the muscle and causes a skin drop on one side of the face. BOTOX® can help with this. By doing this treatment, you have a better balance between the sides of the face. Since Bell’s palsy needs time to fade away, this procedure ensures that the pain and effects of this condition are more tolerable.

Reducing excessive sweat

If sweaty palms or armpit bothers you every day, BOTOX® help you a lot! Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is usually treated with products such as antiperspirants. But, BOTOX® can get to the muscles that produce sweat and paralyze them. When these muscles are not producing sweat, you can manage the condition better.

Twitching muscles

Adults who suffer from upper limb twitching can benefit from this procedure too. If you have lower limb contractions in your toes and ankles, BOTOX® is effective for you too! Additionally, It can help with a stiff wrist, elbow, and finger. Generally, this procedure helps anyone suffering from any kind of muscle twitch. Because this procedure is targeted toward the muscles and nerves that cause involuntary contractions.

Relieving migraines

It might be hard to believe but BOTOX® is effective for severe migraines too. This procedure blocks a sensory nerve, so that nerve can’t send pain messages to the brain. BOTOX® also helps with relaxing muscles that cause nagging pain in the headache.

Reducing wrinkles

Last but not least, BOTOX® can reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. By doing BOTOX®, you can make wrinkles around your eyebrows, eyes, and lips disappear seamlessly. If you do this procedure properly, BOTOX® paralyzes the target muscles, so fewer wrinkles, and fine will be visible.

How long do BOTOX® treatments last?

The longitude of BOTOX® depends on various factors like the number of units and how your doctor applies it. For example, If the doctor dilutes it too much or the injections don’t have the proper units of BOTOX® , the results of the procedure might last shorter than you expect. However, if your doctor injects the right amount of toxin in the target muscle, BOTOX® results longer which usually goes up to six months. Of course, the exact longitude depends on your body’s metabolism. 

Don’t forget that in some cases, BOTOX® might need some time to set in. In these cases, it takes one or two days to see some results and two to three weeks to see the full result.

What Happens If I Stop BOTOX® After Several Years?

If you have been injected with BOTOX® for years and now you decided to stop, the bad news is that your wrinkles eventually will come back. BUT the good news is, even if you stop getting BOTOX® , you still look younger than you would if you had not injected since the wrinkles come back very slowly. If you want to take a break, don’t worry about it.  You can safely continue the injections whenever you are ready to go back and there won’t be any problem with it.


We have said so much about BOTOX®, but you should keep in mind that this procedure is not for everyone! If for any reason, your general health is not well or your muscles in the treated area are weakened, you better not get this procedure.

If your skin is sensitive, you should consider the chance of having an allergic reaction to the toxin. So, you should do an allergy test before the procedure. Furthermore, if you have any infections in the treated area, you must tell your doctor.

Side Effects

Obviously, most of the side effects of this procedure appear near the area it is done. These side effects include pain, redness, bruising, and infection. When this procedure is done for relaxing a muscle, side effects also include muscle weakness, nausea, headache, dizziness, respiratory infection, and difficulty swallowing.

 In severe cases, dry eyes, double vision, drooping or swollen eyelids, eye irritation, reduced blinking, sensitivity to light, and tearing could also be the side effects. It is recommended to call your doctor if any of these side effects worsen or last for a concerning amount of time. In some cases, you need products such as an eye patch or protective eye drops.

If you are getting BOTOX® for treating migraines, the side effects of this procedure include neck pain, headache, and a drooping eyelid. If you’re getting it for excessive sweating, side effects include such as headaches, fever, non-underarm sweating, respiratory infection, neck or back pain, and anxiety. Let’s not forget again that if any of these side effects got worsened or lasted for too long, you should contact your doctor.

It is not very common to have a very severe allergic reaction to this procedure. However please call your doctor if you have any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction like a rash, itching, or swelling of the tongue, throat, or face, severe dizziness, or trouble breathing.

You should also be aware that these side effects are not all the possible side effects of the procedure. If you feel other side effects after the procedure, contact your doctor right away!


First of all, before starting anything, you should tell your doctor if you think you might be allergic to the toxin or if you have an allergy to anything. Since BOTOX® contains ingredients like milk protein which causes an allergic reaction in lactose-intolerant people, we recommend talking to your doctor about your allergic reactions.

Before the procedure, you should also tell your doctor about the background of your medical condition. Especially if you have bleeding problems, heart disease, diabetes, aspiration-type pneumonia, asthma, eye surgery, urinary tract infection, Glaucoma, seizures, dysphagia, and emphysema. You should contact your doctor if there you see signs of infection near the site of the procedure or if you have had botulinum toxin in the last 4 months.

Since this procedure might cause droopy eyelids, blurred vision, or muscle weakness, it is recommended not to do anything that needs total awareness. These activities may include driving or using machinery. You better postpone these activities till you can perform them safely. It is advised to limit drinking alcoholic beverages too.

Older adults may choose BOTOX® for overactive bladder and experience more of the side effects of this treatment, side effects that affect the urinary parts.

Children may also choose this procedure for relaxing the muscle spasm and experience more of the side effects of this procedure, especially side effects like swallowing or difficulty breathing. 

This should be mentioned that the BOTOX® procedure is not done during pregnancy unless it is needed. In this case, you discuss the risks and benefits of doing this treatment during pregnancy with your practitioner. Having this treatment for wrinkles is definitely not recommended during pregnancy. Because we are not sure if this toxin passes into breast milk or not.

Best BOTOX® training courses

You should know that there are many various training programs covering different methods of this procedure, so it is very important to ensure the quality of the training to guarantee your success in the future. In the world of BOTOX® training, the practitioner’s hands can change everything in the treatment. That is why you should have a great knowledge of the procedure. As we have said before, BOTOX® injections decrease wrinkles by paralyzing the target muscles. Doctors also use this treatment to deal with problems such as excessive sweating and neck spasm. So, what are the factors you should know before finding a training course? In this part, we talk about factors like the qualifications of the instructor, study time, hands-on experience, updated curriculum, and the institution’s tenure.

Qualifications of the Instructor

If you are considering participating in a training course, you should look for courses offered in recognized institutes. As you know, the first thing for becoming a BOTOX® practitioner is to find a mentor that is a licensed professional. You need to check the credits of the mentor. Besides that, their experience in the realm of BOTOX® training and applying is another factor for making sure you will have the proper training in the field.

You need to see your instructor has years of experience in this field. By considering this, you ensure that their expertise is not only in the theoretical world. They actually practice what they teach. Consider it a great bonus when the instructor has a proven record of successful trainees.

Studying time

If you want to start your career as a BOTOX® practitioner, you should have a deep understanding of the anatomy of the face, so you can do the administration of an injection successfully. It might be interesting to know that 90% of possible side effects like bleeding, eyelid drooping, and swelling are related to how the injection is done. You should be monitored by your mentor while you try BOTOX® injections so you are aware of the different nerves, veins, and muscles underneath the skin. 

Hands-On experience

If you are thinking about going to a BOTOX® training course, you need to ensure you have hands-on experience and you can try to inject a patient under the doctor’s supervision. To understand the procedure better, you should have hands-on training in an observed environment with a professional practitioner’s supervision.

The best way to experience the procedure and become confident as a BOTOX® practitioner is by having hands-on training. On top of this, watching a live procedure done by an experienced practitioner is a great opportunity to have more knowledge in the field of BOTOX® treatment, especially before you get your certificate.

The curriculum of the course

The BOTOX® training curriculum is usually composed of clinical research and medical evidence. This training is consistently updated so it involves new techniques in the field. Furthermore, you receive information about techniques most of the experts have practiced. You should also have access to relevant approaches so you can get ready for patients with various medical conditions.

The tenure of the institution in the BOTOX® Training Program

For having the best training experience and becoming a successful practitioner in the field of BOTOX®, you should be careful about the training center you choose. The center should have a track of producing certified practitioners. In the First step, you should research the longitude of the program and how many practitioners they have in their records. On the second step, have a look at their achievements as a BOTOX® training institute. You will feel much more confident in the program if you participate in a course that has a high level of educational proficiency, a successful tenure, and a mastery level of BOTOX® injection techniques. Instructors with comprehensive knowledge can answer any question you have. Safety and preparation

Considering the safety and preparation part of the course, you should learn about topics like:

  • Learning the pharmacology and physiology of oral and maxillofacial procedures.
  • Giving consultation and assessment to each individual
  • Knowing the probable reactions, how to avoid them, and also managing the probable complications
  • Reviewing techniques of sterilization related to injecting.
  • Safety and risk issues of injections
  • Learning about neurophysiology and musculature and circulatory system of the oral and maxillofacial areas
  • Learning all about the techniques of the procedure such as proper preparation and dilution of BOTOX® and knowledge of muscle depths for the best outcomes
  • Examining contraindications and Indications for each case

Injection procedure

Considering the injection procedure, you should also pay attention to factors like:

  • Having a One on one instruction as you get your hands-on experience
  • evaluating the best outcome for each individual
  • Observing the procedure on real patients during the training
  • learning how to eliminate the vertical lip lines called the smokers’ lines
  • learning how to get to volumized nasolabial folds or lifted corners of the mouth
  • learning how to volumize the lips to establish beautiful smile lines
  • learning how to use the toxin to relieve TMJ syndrome and treat bruxism


In this short article, we talked about lip Augmentation and BOTOX® procedures and training. If it made you curious about BOTOX® and filler training courses near you, you should know that the aesthetic dermal BOTOX® filler filling thread lift training Bosnia Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Zenica, Bijeljina or Serbia Belgrade Novi Sad Niš Kragujevac Leskovac are not even comparable in anything to the BOTOX® and filler training we have in Istanbul, Turkey. So we recommend you to check out Dr. Abedini’s center for training in all kinds of procedures you have ever wished for!