While Dao Botox® is generally safe and well-tolerated, it is essential to be aware of potential complications. As with any cosmetic procedure, there is a small risk of adverse effects. Common complications associated with Dao Botox® injections include bruising, swelling, and temporary weakness in the surrounding muscles. However, these side effects are usually mild and subside on their own within a few days.
In rare cases, more severe complications can occur. These may include asymmetry of the smile, difficulty in speaking or eating, or unintended changes in facial expressions. To minimize the risk of complications, it is crucial to seek treatment from a qualified and experienced medical professional who specializes in facial aesthetics.
To achieve optimal results and minimize the risk of complications, it is crucial to target the Dao muscle accurately during the injection. The appropriate injection site may vary slightly depending on individual facial anatomy. Generally, the injections are administered in the lower part of the face, close to the corners of the mouth. A skilled practitioner will carefully evaluate the patient’s unique facial structure and tailor the treatment accordingly, ensuring precision and effectiveness.