This is what happens when you go to the wrong doctor and get “Bad Botox.” So, how can we NOT repeat social media influencer Whitney Buha’s mistakes? First, let’s educate ourselves.
Buha posted a shocking picture of herself after receiving Botox, shedding light on a potential side effect: ptosis.
Each year, millions and millions of people receive Botox, with The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery recently ranking it as the most popular physician-administered aesthetic procedure in the United States for the fourth year in a row (surgical and non-surgical combined).
While the majority of treatments go to plan, there are certain side effects that many individuals — even seasoned Botox lovers — are not aware of. One such side effect is ptosis, a condition that causes drooping eyes and is typically caused by aging, an eye injury, or a side effect after an eye surgery.
Buha clearly warned her viewers about the potential side effects of “Bad Botox”- which is exactly why we need to go to credentialed doctors like Dr. Busso.
Dr. Mariano Busso is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. He is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts in cosmetic fillers as acknowledged in the prestigious Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (JAAD) by the president of the American Academy of Dermatology Dr. C. William Hanke 1. Dr. Mariano Busso was honored to be a part of the FDA advisory panel developing national guidelines for the use of cosmetic fillers 2-5.
Over the past three decades, Dr. Busso has developed one of the largest cosmetic practices in the U.S. based in Miami, FL. Dr. Busso has now expanded his practice to Beverly Hills, CA to better serve his celebrity clientele.
But what makes Dr. Busso worthwhile is his secret weapon: The Busso Way. He not only specializes in dark circles, but he has found a way to make Botox virtually painless by using a massager to offset the pain. So it’s time we forget the old saying “you have to suffer to be beautiful” and go visit Dr. Busso.