“As a plastic surgeon, I used to “resist” botulinum toxin treatment for a long time” says MUDr. Lucák. Not for serious reasons. “I was just convinced that my task was to correct cosmetic imperfections surgically and everything else was up to a doctor of other specialization. Now, after I have been making use of excellent botulinum toxin effects for many years, I must admit I was wrong! What good is it having beautifully operated eyelids if the impression is spoilt with crow’s feet? What good is a facelift if the effect is not complete because of the lines between eyebrows? Not mentioning the fact that botulinum toxin acts preventively against wrinkle formation! If you asked me today: “Would you recommend botulinum toxin treatment for wrinkles and possibly even perspiration?” My answer would be clear: “Definitely”.