Corrugator muscle removal and botox

Jul at 11h20
Corrugator muscle removal and botox

Hi guys I've been away for a bit due to moving countries Smile

I have an appointment in a few weeks to see a surgeon at a migraine clinic in London that specialises in the removal of the corrugator muscle in the forehead. I am due to have botox injected into this muscle first to see if over a period of 8 weeks my migraines are much less. If there is a more than 50 % reduction in my headaches I can have an operation to remove this muscle.

I am very interested [......]
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