Posted by Dr. Halaas | on January 21, 2014 »

What are my options for treatment of crows feet if I’ve developed immunity or strong resistance to Botox A? I don’t think Botox B is an option from where I come either.

Occasionally, I come across a patient who has developed a “resistance” to Botox. Many times, the patient will respond to Botox as long as it is properly dosed. But beyond Botox, you can consider a fine injectible filler. An example would be collagen or hyaluronic acid. You may also be a candidate for upper eyelid blepharoplasty. The heaviness of excess upper eyelid skin can make crow’s feet look worse.

A blepharoplasty can help improve your appearance by removing the excess skin. You have several options from which to choose, so good luck!

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