Botox Crow’s Feet Survey Results

crows-feetSeveral months ago, we offered our clients a fairly amazing offer of free Botox to the first 10  people who responded and agreed to participate in a survey study called BOLD24 being conducted by the Allergan Corporation.  That offer literally sold out within minutes.

The BOLD24 study was based on a recent FDA approval for use of Botox for “crow’s feet”, or smile lines, at a higher dose of 24 units.  Previously, 15 units was considering sufficient.

Allergan wanted to survey participants to see if patient satisfaction would be enhanced at the higher dosage.  I received the aggregated results, and I want to share them with you.

100% of patients felt that their crow’s feet appearance was improved or very much improved, with 38% in the very much improved category.  88% of patients felt that the treatment met or exceeded their expectations.

63% of patients said that they were likely to seek Botox treatment for their crow’s feet lines again in the future.  Importantly, 100% said that they would share their experience with family and friends.

I want to thank all those who participated in this important study.  As always, if and when we at Maine Laser Skin Care receive promotional information such as this study or other discount opportunities, we will gladly pass them on to you.

Botox continues to be an extremely safe and versatile product.  After 10 years of injecting Botox and having tried other competition, I continue to recommend it highly.

About Dr. John Burke

John Burke M.D. has practiced medicine for over 25 years, and is the founding partner of MidMaine Internal Medicine. He established Maine Laser Skin Care in 2004 after devoting years to learning the latest in laser and dermatologic technology. Dr. Burke has treated patients from all over the United States. He is one of Maine's busiest practitioners in laser treatments, and in the use of Botox for upper facial lines and excessive sweating.
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