Intense burning sensation in both eyes after Botox. Eyelids feel stretched. Can it lead to eye(lid) problems?
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Dry and Irritated Eyes from Botox?
Botox has been reported to worsen dry eyes, even though I have never seen this happen in my patients. If this was an issue for you, you could have abraded the new cells over the cornea again when blinking, after the Botox treatment.
If you have a problem with dry eyes, your opthamologist can definitely help you with this. Once that is treated, you should be able to have Botox again, as long as it is injected by an expert.
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