How Much Botox or Dysport is Too Much? Think Zombie!

Three situations for sure that all make me think Zombies on Halloween!

First, when the face starts to look dead because there is little to no movement. Second, when there’s a very noticeable mismatch between the upper and lower face; sometimes you see people with virtually no movement in their brows or foreheads but mobility around the mouth and chin. That starts to look weird. Third, when it’s creating more facial asymmetry left and right or causing droops or bags.

The art of Botox and Dysport is making the face look relaxed and refreshed but not frozen or asymmetrical.

Sometimes…….less is more!

Dr. Irwin

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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