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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS, Chemistry, Arizona State University
Medical: MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine, 1981
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: St. Mary's Hospital, San Francisco, CA
Fellowship: Oculofacial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, ASOPRS, University of Toronto, 1987
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Most popular answers from Kathleen F. Archer, MD
You will feel a volume effect and some early changes the day of injection, but actual muscle relaxation will take between 3 to 7 days typically and up... READ MORE
Kudos to you for checking on safety of these during your pregnancy. As the other doctors indicated, such safety tests are not conducted on pregnant... READ MORE
Botox disrupts the neurotransmitters to the muscles that are treated by the Botox. What this means is that you received a dose adequate to... READ MORE
Even though I obviously didn't get enough Dysport the first time, should I still see at least a slight difference?
Dear GG Dianne: 35 units of Dysport to treat both the glabellar area and forehead is insufficient. There is not a direct correlation between Botox and... READ MORE
These lines look like "bunny lines" developing from scrunching your nose. Low dose Botox will relax these. This type of facial movement responds well... READ MORE
Your information requires more detail. Age is important in these procedures. Are you a child or adult? Children tolerate the frontalis sling better... READ MORE
I agree completely with the other responders. Word of mouth is always the best referral. You can also ask your primary care physician if they are... READ MORE
What you are describing is loss of collagen and elastin in your skin allowing it to become loose and wrinkly. There are many ways to stimulate... READ MORE
The asymmetry you describe requires medical examination to determine if there is a cause. Is the other eye too prominent, and thyroid eye disease... READ MORE
The average time Botox treatment for sweating of the armpits (axilla) lasts in my patient population is 6 to 12 months. I typically use 100 units, 50... READ MORE
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