One of the cosmetic complaints a patient may have is development of lines and creases around the eyes and forehead. These appear as part of the normal aging process. Commonly known as laugh lines, frown lines, these tend to deepen with time.A quick, almost painless method is Botox injections which can be carefully injected at multiple sites of the involved area. The amount to be delivered is carefully measured by the doctor and injected.

These injections need to be repeated every 4-6 months for a sustained effect.

Other than cosmetic purposes, there are certain medical conditions of the eyelids and face, in which Botox-A injection may be helpful. One such condition is blepharospasm. The patient may have a constant spasm of the eyelids which may be crippling since the patient is unable to open his/her eyes, and therefore, unable to see. This can easily be corrected by Botox. This is a very simple and painless, in office procedure that gives excellent results.

Author Dr. S. Aisha Bokhari
Dr. S. Aisha Bokhari is The Eye Center’s Consultant Ophthalmologist, Anterior segment & Oculoplastic surgeon. She has expertise in Pediatric and Adult ophthalmology including cataract surgery, strabismus (squint) surgery, oculoplastics, aesthetic or cosmetic surgery and trauma repair. She is exceptionally well trained in a vast array of micro surgical ocular procedures, including phacoemulsification, cornea and refractive surgery and other anterior segment surgeries.
With a special interest in oculoplastics, she has clinical expertise in peri-ocular cosmesis, including Botox injections for upper face conditions such as frown lines, crows feet, hemifacial spasms.
Dr. Bokhari holds a Fellowship in Ophthalmology from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow (United Kingdom).
To book an appointment with Dr. Aisha Bokhari or any of our eye specialists please contact us at 0302 8291799, 0304 1119544, 0300 8933377, 03000822218, 021 35836713 or contact us at our website at

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