Botox - eyelid skin bunching up/creases. (photo)
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Bunching of Skin Near Eyes
This is not uncommon. It can be fixed by injecting Botox into the appropriate areas. Please see an expert injector.
Thank you for your question in regards to Botox. Asymmetry can occur following Botox injections and is not uncommon. Additional units of Botox may need to be injected to achieve desires results. To be sure what is best for you, see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment. I hope this helps.
Botox & Eyelid Skin Creases
I understand your frustration, but please be reassured that this is not an uncommon phenomenon after Botox. This can be solved with injecting of Botox into the appropriate areas. Please see an expert injector. All the best.
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Bunching of skin near eyes
This is not unusual and can be easily addressed by injecting Botox in the area. Be sure you are seeing a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who is experienced in injecting Botox
Botox problems around the eye
This is not uncommon. The affected muscles can cause asymmetry or bunching. How long has it been since your injections? I would discuss this with a board certified facial or general plastic surgeon who has extensive experience with injecting. There are likely non invasive options to help with this problem.
Botox Bunching--Try Lasers, microneedling/prp
This is very common and a combination approach of lasers and microneedling/prp are needed to improve this area. I suggest you see a cosmetic dermatologist with experience. Best, Dr. Emer.
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