Droopy Eyelids After Botox? There's Good News and Bad News.

<speak><amazon:domain name="news"><p>A droopy eyelid is a rare side-effect of.</p><p>Botox injections.</p><p>Eyelid drooping, or eyelid ptosis as doctors call it, will typically self-correct in a matter of weeks.</p><p>There are treatments available to minimize eyelid “droop” when it happens.</p><p>Botox is seen by many as a modern miracle. With a quick injection routine every three to four months, you can stave off eye and forehead wrinkles for years.

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