Botox can be used around the eyes to soften the appearance of crow’s feet, and the lines between your eyebrows are commonly referred to as the “11” lines. Botox is an excellent alternative for patients who want to avoid eyelid surgery resulting in more downtime. Although to maintain the rejuvenated look, you will need to receive injections every 4 to 6 months.
How does it work?
Botox blocks nerve impulses that cause muscles to contract to minimize the appearance of “dynamic” wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles are those that are visible only while making facial expressions. In simpler words, Botox weakens your muscles to prevent muscle movement causing wrinkles.
Excellent diagnostician and surgeon Dr. Henderson’s follow-through extends to seeing the patient on weekends if necessary as it was in my case. Staff is courteous and efficient.
Dr. Pamela Henderson has been my eye doctor for more than ten years, and has given me consistently excellent care. She diagnosed me with glaucoma, and provided prescription eye drops which are keeping this situation under control. I highly recommend Dr. Henderson to anyone needing eye care.
Dr. Pamela Henderson has been my eye doctor for about ten years, and she has consistently proven to be an excellent professional in her practice. I highly recommend Dr. Henderson for all eye care.