Numbness after Botox. Does this sound right?
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Numbness after filler injection
The numbness is probably related to nerve injury during the filler injection. It will almost certainly resolve, just give it time. Cannulas can be used to reduce the chance of nerve injury particularly in this area (tear troughs).
Numbness After Botox
Numbness in cheek after filler
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Thanks for your question. Very rarely it is possible to get a small degree of numbness after the injection of Botox or a filler. This is almost always temporary and should resolve within the next few days to weeks. If it worsens or does not resolve you should return to your injector. Good luck, I hope this helps!
Numbness after Botox
Should be temporary
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