Why Do So Few Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons Admit Potential Eventual Pitfalls of Readily Injecting Botox?
Every action causes a reaction. I have experienced and witnessed "reactions" associated with Botox weakening muscles (no matter how expertly injected) causing eventual and lingering problems. Whether injected "correctly" in the forehead region, crowsfeet, or worst of all -- under the eyes, other muscles respond in kind. Botox may be great at the start, but ptosis, fat protrusions, assymetries, etc. can & do happen, leaving "customers" no fix other than costly procedures. Is it all about profit?