Reactions such as laughing, surprise, squinting or anger, or due to the repetition of facial expressions over the years, dynamic lines occur in the face area. It is in question that these lines, which we say are dynamic, become permanent, that is, characteristic, and cause wrinkles with the passage of years. The most prominent among the crow’s feet wrinkle treatment methods are crow’s feet botox and filler applications. Each of these methods has advantages and disadvantages.
Botox helps to reduce the lines on the forehead and around the eyes, eliminate the lines formed in the crow’s feet, and eliminate the frowning eyebrows. It settles in 3-7 days and the duration of action is about 4-6 months.
The lines forming the wrinkles around the eyes appear due to the frequent repetition of some mimic movements. In the crow’s feet botox treatment method, it is injected into the muscle group that causes this movement. It is a non-surgical aesthetic application and is isolated from the risks that surgery may pose. An injection is made with the help of a needle and it is possible to return to daily life immediately after the application. If the crow’s feet are spread over a large area, Botox is applied to the crow’s feet from 3 points parallel to the wrinkles. The application dose is determined by the specialist doctor according to the region. Botulinum toxin is a type of protein, and after this procedure, it allows the muscles around your eyes to relax. By repeating the process with a frequency of 4-6 months, your crow’s feet wrinkles can be removed.