Botox to Fix Crooked Smile Goes Wrong
I had a very mildly crooked smile (right side rising higher than the other) which was not limited to my smile, but also when I talked. I was informed that a little bit of Botox could make this even and had success the first time so I got a second treatment (but with another doctor) while on travel. Since my right side was rising too much, the doctor decided to inject my side only. After 3 days I could see that there was too much injected on my right side, making my right side immobile. The left side seemed to over-compensate by moving much more than it used to, and also feels tired after talking even for a little bit. I returned to the doctor so that he could make the face somewhat symmetric by injecting a little to the left and he did so, but it has been over a week and no improvement can be seen. I have since left the country where I had it done, so I will have to search for another doctor. Looking at the appearance of my face, what would you recommend? Any advice that would help me get through the next 3 months would be helpful.