Oculofacial surgeons treated blepharospasm with Botox then transitioned to cosmetic use before it was FDA approved in 2002.
Botox is celebrating 30 years of approval for blepharospasm ( a neurological disorder that causes the muscles in your eyes to forcibly retract) and
strabismus ( when eyes point in different directions).
I have 30 years of experience injecting Botox. We have over 50 muscles in the face and everyone has a different pattern of facial expression. I use advanced techniques treating full face with Botox injections to shape the face for a more attractive, balanced expression.
New Beauty writes “one thing is for certain as the 100 millionth vial of Botox crosses the production line: this is one toxin that’s in the business of improving lives.”
All for a more beautiful you.