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Botox Treatments

Charles J Fetterman MD PC offers Botox treatments in-house for cosmetic and healthcare-related reasons. Though one might not associate an eye doctor with Botox treatments, it’s true that Charles J Fetterman MD PC has been an experienced Botox administrator for over 15 years. 
Dr. Fetterman has used Botox to treat a number of medical and cosmetic eye problems. 

Some of the issues we treat with Botox include eye muscle weakness and eyelid spasms. We carefully inject Botox into eyelids and eye muscles to help strengthen the eye and eliminate overactive blinking. Botox can also be used to treat strabismus (crossed eyes) and instances of blurred vision. These injections ease the muscle issues that lead to crossed eyes and blurred vision. 

Cosmetic Surgery

Botox can also be used for many cosmetic reasons around the eye. Wrinkles are all too common here, especially around the eyebrows. Our Botox injections can help relax the muscles around the eye and help us target those wrinkles around the eyes, eyebrows, and forehead. We can help make them disappear.

Ask Dr. Charles J Fetterman MD PC for a consultation to discuss our Botox treatments and how he can help with your eye muscle issues. He can let you know if Botox is right for you. If it is, you can have this procedure done right in our office. 

Why go to an Ophthalmologist for Botox treatments?

Botox® has become an extremely popular choice for people wanting a refreshed, youthful look. However, it is crucial to find a qualified person with experience and training to perform Botox® treatments, and ophthalmologists are some of the most experienced Botox® administrators. Ophthalmologists have been using Botox® to treat eyelid spasms, eye muscle disorders, and other eye conditions for more than 20 years.

Botox®, when injected into the eye muscles, helps reduce their movement and can effectively align the eyes. It can also help limit overactive blinking for eyelid spasms, which led to the realization that Botox® can be used cosmetically for softened wrinkles.

How does this relate to cosmetic Botox® treatments? Botox® relaxes the facial muscles that cause “dynamic wrinkles” that repetitive muscle movements can cause. Botox® can treat “l l” lines between the eyebrows, “crows’ feet,” or “smile lines” and the deep forehead lines caused by raised eyebrows. After numbing the area, Botox® is injected to limit the movement of targeted muscles and soften the lines. Ophthalmologists, like Dr. Charles Fetterman, have experience treating these complex muscles, giving them an edge over other Botox® administrators.

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