I like Botox for the upper face and think it does very well. Common locations are between the eyebrows, in the forehead and in "Crow's Feet". Less commonly injected areas include the DOA (depressor anguli oris- a muscle that causes you to frown) and in bands in the neck. I am not a fan of Botox in the wrinkles around the mouth. When people have had this they often look like they've had a stroke. Botox is an excellent medication and can do things that surgery can not. However, Botox is not a replacement for a facelift, browlift, blepharoplasty or skin resurfacing. Be careful that the person who does your Botox does the other procedures as well or they may be just taking your money for minimal or no benefit. Remember that for the person with one hammer, the whole world looks like a nail. Make sure they have more than "one" hammer.
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