Can my eye muscles compensate for the muscles that did not receive botox?
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Botox around the Eyes
Botox injected in one muscle groups can cause another muscle group to attempt to compensate. However, the effects would not be noticed 21 months later. The festoons that you are describing are most likely the effect of loose skin that may need to be surgically treated to improve the cosmetic results. I would consult with a board certified cosmetic physician for evaluation.
#Festoons under the eyes
None of the changes you see now are likely due to botox
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