That really depends on how you react to Botox. Botox is a temporary solution to dynamic facial lines and is most commonly used to treat the lines between the eyebrows, the wrinkles across the forehead as well as the crow’s feet area. When the Botox is affective, the muscle is relaxed and the lines are greatly improved. This affect typically lasts three months initially and so, every three months the patient will need to return for repeat injections by a qualified injector. Many patients; however, do get longer lasting results as time goes on and I even have patients who see me approximately once a year for a Botox injection as they have essentially retrained themselves not to use this facial muscle excessively. A more permanent solution for the aforementioned areas would be an endoscopic browlift as during an endoscopic browlift, the muscles that are treated by Botox are resected. The brows are elevated into a more appropriate position, so the patient has less desire to consistently raise their brows and due to the brow elevation, the crow’s feet are is also improved. You can consider all of your options during a consultation at Quintessa Medical Spa.