Sunday, October 10th, 2010
Actress Dana Delaney has revealed in the current Prevention Magazine that several years ago she underwent a botched Botox job:
“Something nobody ever talks about is doctor error. Seven years ago, I had never even heard about Botox. My dermatologist was saying, ‘You should try it.’ He injected my forehead, hit a nerve, and created a huge hematoma,” Dana told Prevention magazine’s November 2010 issue. “The nerve has been dead ever since. It affected the muscle in my right eye, so my eye has started to droop a little bit.”
That’s strange. There’s no reason why injecting Botox, hitting a nerve, and creating a hematoma would create permanent nerve damage. The effects of Botox are temporary, lasting 4 months on average, and a hematoma (blood collection) has nothing to do with nerve damage. I wouldn’t know how to create a ‘dead’ nerve if I tried. That’s a new one to me. I think there is a possibility she has come to a false conclusion.
As a star of one of my all-time favorite movies, Tombstone, she can’t do any wrong in my eyes. And… I think she looks amazing.