Is the blurry vision from Botox reversible? Will it go away?
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#Blurry vision after Botox
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Blurry Vision from Botox
Blurry vision from Botox is extremely rare. If the blurry vision is a result of the Botox injections it will go away in a few months. If the new glasses corrected the situation then it is unlikely that the Botox is responsible. For the best cosmetic results please consult a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience with Botox for the best results.
If the blurred vision is due to Botox it will resolve in approx 3 months when the Botox wears off.
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