Botox effect is all about amount and placement. If you are not getting the effect you want, one or both need to be adjusted.
I have had Botox 3 times on brow and it still has not worked. Can you suggest what I need to do?
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My Botox is not working
Botox Not Working
Thank you for your question.
It is difficult to provide any suggestions without a photograph.
Should you still have muscle movement after these injections, it is possible that you may require a larger dose of the medication.
Should you still have wrinkles while the muscles are at rest, it is possible that you may require an injectable filler to fill this lines, as well as Botox.
I'd recommend booking a follow-up appointment with your skilled and qualified injector, to express your concerns and to determine your best treatment options.
Unable to achieve goals with Botox
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You may not be getting enough Botox injected to help achieve your desired 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 & the brow
Botox and Brow
Failed Botox for brow elevation
It is impossible to answer this question without an in-person evaluation. What I can offer is that there are many reasons for Botox not working. Most of them are injector error or lack of injector experience as Botox nor Dysport has nearly never failed me.
Botox relaxation of brow ptosis and expression lines is an art and a science. The injector is key in identifying which muscles and how many units of Botox must be injected to achieve the results you desire.
Please seek a second consultation from a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, ENT Facial Surgeon or Dermatologist who is expert in such injection.
I hope this is helpful. All the best to you.
Botox Not Working
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