Dear Dr. Lam,
I was just wondering about something. You often state that a majority of wrinkles are produced by the deflation effect; i.e. the grape to a rason. My question is that after fat grafting is perfored on somone who has been using botox mainly as a premptive tool against aging and is relativly young (late thirties) is there a good chance that because there face has been "reflated" that botox would no longer be needed around the eyes and cheek, at least until another "reflation" is needed in four to five years due to the continued effects of aging. Thanks for your time.