Botox Injections Around Eye Area Safe 2 Weeks Before Have a Tummy Tuck?
- Asked 2 years ago
Botox safe before tummy tuck.
Botox injections around the eyes would be safe prior to undergoing the tummy tuck surgery. The Botox is usually out of your system shortly after it is injected.
Sure. There's no reason that you couldn't have Botox Injections after your tummy tuck. Go for it.
Web reference: http://www.drfpalmer.com
Botox to eyes safe 2 weeks prior to tummy tuck
Yes it is safe to have botox around the eyes 2 weeks prior to a surgery in another anatomical area. What is most important is no lying down or bending over for about 4 hours directly after having botox
Botox before other elective surgery is safe
It is safe for you to opt for botox 2 weeks before your tummy tuck. You are OK to proceed as scheduled. Best of luck.
Botox 2 wks before surgery
Getting Botox injections two weeks prior to a tummy tuck chousl be perfectly fine. I do them all the time.
Hello and thank you for the question.
Botox treatment two weeks prior to a tummy tuck is perfectly safe. Proceed as scheduled.
Glenn Vallecillos, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Web reference: http://www.BotoxTreatmentBeverlyHills.com
Botox treatment before stomach surgery
You are safe to have your Botox treatment before your tummy tuck. The Botox does not drift or affect areas other than the muscles into which it is injected. It does not affect your internal system and should have absolutely no effect on your surgery.
Botox before tummy tuck
Yes - shouldn't be any problem. Feel free to get your facial wrinkles treated with Botox, prior to your tummy tuck.
All the best,
Btox Treatment around Eye do NOT Interfere with Tummy Tuck Surgery
Botox Injections Around Eye Area ARE completely Safe 2 Weeks Before a Tummy Tuck. Not an issue.
Dr. Peter Aldea
Botox befor a tummy tuck
2 weeks before a tummy tuck it would be fine in my opinion to have Botox. I can't imaging why this would pose any problems.
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