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Botox: Approved Indications

Frown Lines
The "Botox® buzz" began with the discovery that the toxin somehow inhibited the ability to frown when injected between the eyebrows...

Crossed Eyes
Years before the discovery of its benefits in cosmetics, Botox® was first used successfully to treat a human medical condition—strabismus—in 1980 (Scott 1980)...

Eye and Facial Spasms
The term blepharospasm can be applied to any abnormal uncontrolled muscle contraction around the eyes, from blinking or eyelid tics to twitches and the inability to keep the eyes open for significant periods of time...

Wry Neck
Botox® has been used since 1985 in the treatment of cervical dystonia (also known as spasmodic torticollis or wry neck), which is characterized by neck muscles contracting involuntarily, causing...

Foot Deformity
Injections of Botox® are used in children with equinus foot, a deformity associated with cerebral palsy, which generally causes stiff, spastic muscles. In severe cases, children may be unable to...

Spasticity
In November 2001, Health Canada approved Botox® injections to reduce spasticity that can occur after a stroke, when muscles no longer respond to signals from the central nervous system...

Sweating
Hyperhidrosis is a chronic disorder of excessive sweating that can affect any body part, including the underarms, the palms, the soles of the feet, and the face...


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