Chemical Brow Lift with Botox

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A 50-year-old is shown before and 6 weeks after Botox treatment to the forehead and crows foot lines, producing an arching of the brow, and elevation of redundant skin of the upper lids, as well as diminishing static crows foot lines. This is a part of the Chemical Facelift, termed Chemical Browlift.

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