Botox shouldn't be used for mid face wrinkles
Botox in this area will affect your smile and it will last about 3 months. This was obviously not an experienced injector. It will just have to wear off.
Avoid Botox for smile lines
Thank you for your question.
The picture is small but the effect on your smile is obvious clinically.
Botox should not be injected in those smile lines as the outcome is as shown.
The good news is that it is a dynamic area and it will wear off sooner than 3 months.
Seek another provider for your next injection.
Smile asymmetry following mid face Botox injections
Thanks for your question. Using Botox to inject the lower face requires a lot of experience and expert injection techniques. A good outcome without adverse effects such as facial asymmetry can be difficult to achieve. Unfortunately, there is no way to make the Botox wear off any faster and you may have to wait up to three months. The good news is the results are not permanent and your face and smile should eventually return to the way they were. Best of luck to you.
Botox changing the smile
Botox in the crow feet area can effect smiling by inadvertantly effecting the zygomatic muscles involved in lfiting up the corners of the mouth. This can be due to too much botox, diffusion of botox, or direct injection in the muscles. Luckily, this will fade over time; how long depends on the cause and the amount of botox used. Make sure to use the muscles regularly.
Botox mid/lower face
Thank you for your question. Where exactly did they inject the botox into your face? If Botox is placed too low into the crows feet or into the cheek as you described, it can affect your smile which is what appears is happening here. Fortunately, this is temporary and will resolve itself over time. Unfortunately Botox is not reversible. You will likely see some improvement over the next few weeks, until complete resolution when the Botox wears off. Regards, Dr. Matt Elias
Unfortunately, once Botox is injected, there is no way to make it wear off faster.
Unfortunately, once Botox is injected, there is no way to make it wear off faster. Luckily, the results are not permanent, and your smile will return to normal after those three months. Botox should not be injected into the cheeks, as it will affect the smile, as you found out. This is why it’s important to always visit a skilled, board-certified injector with knowledge of facial anatomy and experience in lesser-known uses of Botox.
Botox and Results
Botox results last 2-3 months it will start to improve/relax in 6-8 weeks. Best, Dr. Emer.
Botox in Mid Face
The area that you had injected will cause this result. I am sorry but it can last three months. Please consult an experienced board certified injector for the best cosmetic results. Best, Dr. Green
Frozen After Botox
Effect of Botox and Dysport peak at 2-4 weeks. Then there is a gradually softening.
You will likely regain some movement at 1 month and then gradual wear off.
It will likely take months to go away
Thank you for your question and photographs. Your photos are exactly why neurotoxins should be used with great care in the lower face because of the effect that they have on the smile muscles. If your cheeks were injected intentionally, it will likely take 3-4 months to go away. Your injector should have warned you off this prior to your treatment.