(PRWEB) March 01, 2014
BOTOX has received numerous FDA approvals for a wide range of uses from treating wrinkles on the forehead to chronic migraines. BotoxJuvedermDoctor.com has published an overview that discusses the FDA’s decision to approve BOTOX for treating lines around the eyes, how the procedure is done and the results that can be expected.
The FDA approved BOTOX for treating moderate to severe crow’s feet in September 2013 after a clinical trial that included 833 participants. As pointed out in the overview people have been using BOTOX off-label to treat crow’s feet for years. Now that the clinical trials have been completed the product has been found to be both safe and effective for regular use.
Like other BOTOX treatments, using the product to correct lines around the eyes requires virtually no down time and almost no pain. A qualified physician typically uses 10-12 units of BOTOX per eye during the procedure being careful to inject it into the correct muscles. On average the results will last four to six months before follow up treatments are needed to maintain the results.
The publication also covers considerations that should be made before using BOTOX to treat crow’s feet. These considerations include physician selection, potential side effects and allergies.
To learn more about Botox and how it is used to treat wrinkles around the eyes, please visit: BotoxJuvedermDoctor.com
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