Botched Botox can interfere with mother-child bonding

04/23/2013 | WDAM-TV (Hattiesburg, Miss.)

Poorly administered Botox injections can give the face a frozen appearance that might affect a mother's interaction with her baby, some research shows. Botox injections administered by untrained practitioners can flatten an adult's facial expressions, which could affect an infant's ability to read emotions, says plastic surgeon Jeffrey Ditesheim.

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