Plastic Surgery

Blepharospasm



Blepharospasm is a condition that describes the involuntary clenching of eyelid muscles. In severe cases, the clenching of the eyelids affects the daily function of the individual.

Since 1989, injection of these muscles with Botox has helped eliminate their involuntary contraction. In fact, Botox injections have become the first line of treatment for this condition. In general, the efficacy of Botox lasts 3 to 4 months and injections are performed in the office by Dr. Pak.

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