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Long-Term Botox for Hemifacial Spasms
I have had hemi-facial spasms for 10 years. For the last 3-4 years Botox has proved very successful. I am contemplating surgery which is drilling into the skull because I am concerned about Botox losing it's effect after 30 years (when I am 85) and/or causing weakened facial muscles and a dropping face, eyelid, etc. Are there any studies of Botox used for Hemi-Facial Spasms for 30 years out? I cannot find any information on Botox used for 30 years. Please advise.
Botox safety when used for many years
Botox Effective for Spasm
Long-term Effect of Botox for Facial Spasms
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Long-Term Botox for Hemi-Facial Spasms
Botox is efficient remedy for hemifacial spasm, some forms of TMJ, and many forms of migraine headaches
Botox almost certainly your safest option
BOTOX® has a 20 year track record of safety
Botox does tend to work long-term for Hemifacial Spasm
Botox for hemifacial spasm
Botox has only been used since 1988.
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