Weird upper cheek when I smile after botox? (photo)
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Check back with your doctor who can fix this for you.
Check back with your doctor. A small touchup can help you with this problem. Slight adjustment are often needed following Botox injection. The sooner you get it fixed the better.
This will resolve with time, usually within 3-4 months, and is a result of placing the injections to low. See a certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
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This may be due to the placement of Botox. It will wear off in 3-4 months. In the mean time, Venus Legacy treatments can help soften this. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
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