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BOTOX QUESTIONS: THE FEAR FACTOR, TOO MUCH BOTOX AND WHAT CAN BOTOX TREAT THE FEAR FACTOR

Patients often ask me if Botox will cause their muscles to atrophy. Studies have shown that approximately six to eight months after stopping Botox, 80% of the muscle mass goes back to normal. The bottom line is: you’re not going to lose control over your muscles.  Some patients are even concerned about how Botox will affect their respiration, but I can guarantee that the amount of Botox that is used cosmetically will in no way affect this.
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS TOO MUCH BOTOX?
The only way that too much Botox becomes a problem is when an excessive amount is injected in one sitting, resulting in a frozen forehead, lowered brow and possible drooping of the eyelid. Over time, a very small group of patients will develop immunity to Botox, meaning that subsequent treatments won’t have an effect.
WHAT CAN BOTOX TREAT?
Furrowed eyebrows Forehead lines Crow’s-feet
Reduces under-eye bulge to open the eyes Lines in the neck
Vertical ‘smoker’s’ lines that run above and below the lips Vertical ‘marionette’ lines that run from the outside corner of the mouth to the chin Lines on the chest Dimpling on the chin Excessive sweating
WHAT CAN’T BOTOX D0?
Enlarge the lips Smooth nasolabial folds Add volume to the cheeks Fill in deep wrinkles
Whether you’d never heard of Botox or have been contemplating it for a while now, just remember that Botox delivers maximum results with the smallest amount of recuperation possible You’ll still look like yourself, only a more refreshed, more energised version.
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