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Figure 1: Sites where neurotoxins may be usefully applied. (1) Corrugator and procerus muscles; (2) Forehead (frontalis muscle); (3) Orbital orbicularis muscle; (4) Crow's feet; (5) “Bunny lines;” (6) Mental irregularities; (7) Depressor anguli oris; (8) Perioral rhytids; (9) Platysmal bands

Figure 1: Sites where neurotoxins may be usefully applied. (1) Corrugator and procerus muscles; (2) Forehead (frontalis muscle); (3) Orbital orbicularis muscle; (4) Crow's feet; (5) “Bunny lines;” (6) Mental irregularities; (7) Depressor anguli oris; (8) Perioral rhytids; (9) Platysmal bands