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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Botox for wrinkles – is it safe?

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Does Botox work on deep forehead wrinkles, or do you have to catch them early for it to make a big difference? Is long-term use safe? What happens if I have the injections regularly for a few years, but then quit? Will my forehead look worse than if I had never gotten […]
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