Bad Results from Botox - Permanent Damage?
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Your BOTOX® results are temporary and will wear off.
Botox results and side effects resolve after 3-4 months
Thank you for your question Anna B. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Botox can be used around the eyes to address the crows feet. Both results and side effects from Botox resolve after three to four months. Please follow up with your doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
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Bad Results from Botox
you for your question. You are correct that, in some cases, you can experience
puffiness under the eyes because those muscles are not moving to release the
fluid. This side effect is most common in individuals who have a history of
allergies. However, this should not cause permanent wrinkling and/or sagging. I
recommend that patients who are experiencing this side effect after injections
take antihistamines to reduce inflammation. Before you start any medications,
consult with a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon to make sure it
is safe for you. If you are concerned that the injections were done improperly,
make sure that you see an experienced injector who is either a board certified
dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
Botox only lasts 3-4 Months
Botox results and permanent damage
Sorry to hear about your experience. The Botox will wear off in 3-4 months and you will not have any permanent wrinkling/sagging from the injection. Your face will return to baseline. I would discuss your results with any injector prior to future Botox injections.
Permanent damage is unlikely
Thank you for your question. I'm sorry to hear you had an unsatisfactory result following your Botox treatment. The good news is that any side effects you may be experiencing from this Botox treatment will resolve when the Botox wears off, which for most people is in 3-4 months.
I hope this answer is helpful! Best of luck.
Botox and Results
Bad Botox results will improve
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