Toxin Related Complications
When carried out with due care and consideration, Botulinum Toxin treatment has a relatively low risk of complications. However, from time to time, toxin-related complications do arise. We understand that unfavourable outcomes can be physically and mentally traumatic for patients who had high hopes of success following Botulinum Toxin therapy.
ABOUT THIS CONDITION
INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR SYMPTOMS
At Face Restoration, we recognise the level of trust needed for revision after treatment failure and have a proven track record of performing successful toxin reversal and treatments. Our experts help identify problem areas from a clinical perspective and can carry out corrective treatments with empathy and care.
Symptoms vary depending on the amount of toxin used and the areas treated. Eyelid ptosis tends to be more prevalent in more mature patients, and therefore the symptoms appear to be more dramatic.
No matter how mild or severe your symptoms, we understand how toxin complications can affect your confidence and self-esteem, and we seek to resolve that as quickly as possible.
What are the most common toxin complications?
Is Botulinum Toxin treatment reversible?
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Smoker’s lines & Nose to Mouth lines
Facial Volume Loss & Hollowing of face/temples
Sweating, Hyperhydrosis & Armpits
Sagging Skin & Signs of Ageing & Crepey skin
Lacrimal Sac Swelling & Lacrimal Drainage Blockage
Entropion (Turned In Eyelids)
How we can help
Contact us for a consultation
Booking with us
Arrange a consultation with us using the button below at a time of your choosing. This may be held through video chat dependant on COVID guidelines at the time.
We will then discuss with you your symptoms and advise you on how best to proceed with helpful guidance on treatments through our expert knowledge and training.
Treatment after care
Once an appointment has been arranged, we will then begin treatment and support you along the process, including specialised aftercare.