Glabella (Between Eyes)
This refers to the group of small facial muscles that are used to create a frown. This is the FDA-approved area to be treated with Botox or Dysport for the cosmetic purpose of softening fine lines and wrinkles. This area is also referred to as “the elevens.” The standard Botox dose is 20 units.
Forehead (Above Eyebrows)
The frontalis muscle (forehead) is a broad muscles that creates horizontal lines. Contrary to what most think, this area requires much attention to dosing and technique on the part of the one doing the treatment.
The standard dose is 10 to 20 units depending on muscle size, gender, animation.
Eyes (Outer Eyes or Crow’s Feet)
Treating the strong muscles that encircles the eyes is quite common for women but benefits both men and women. Treating this area will soften lines that develop when smiling and animating. When done correctly, the outcome is very natural and appealing.