What’s Best For Crow’s Feet And Facial Lines?
Face fillers offer many of the same benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime or cost
Dermal Fillers are usually suitable for any patient who wants to remove wrinkles, but does not have sagging or loose skin that needs to be removed.
Crow’s Feet are caused by the skin losing its collagen and hyaluronic acid
Types Of Facial Lines
Crow’s Feet are the lines that appear on the side of the eyes. A number of men and women begin to show signs of ageing as early as their twenties, and the first sign many individuals notice is usually crow’s-feet when they smile, laugh, or squint. There are 2 types of facial lines: dynamic and static. Dynamic lines are produced by underlying actions of the facial muscles, so they appear when an individual frowns or squints. Static facial lines, on the other hand, are there all the time, regardless of facial expression. Oftentimes, patients will have both types of facial lines, but more of one category or the other when they are at rest. The lines become more pronounced when their facial expressions are animated. There are various types of treatments to effectively treat crow’s-feet and lines.
Dynamic Facial Line Treatment With Botox
Botox works by paralyzing the underlying facial muscle so that the facial lines created dynamically are minimized. This results in a youthful, smooth appearance while maintaining facial expression. Our doctors are the only ones at the clinic who injects Botox treatment. They are experts at providing custom solutions, mapping the patient’s face, and achieving the desired results quickly and safely.
Dynamic facial lines can be treated without surgery
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
There are a few ideal options for treating crow’s feet and lines. Some of the best choices include:
These injectable products are used as a non-surgical approach to fill in fine lines and wrinkles. They can also be used to contour and shape the face. Some dermal filler products such as Juvéderm Voluma Lift and Teosyal Ultimate can be used for what is typically called a liquid facelift. Improvement can be seen almost immediately after the first procedure, making it an attractive solution to the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles, including crow’s feet.
Skin Resurfacing With Laser Treatment
Skin resurfacing is a method to remove the top layers of the skin to result in a smoother and younger appearance. There are 2 different types of laser resurfacing treatments available to remove Crow’s Feet. Clearlift skin laser treatments are known for being gentle, not painful, and do not require much downtime. Laser treatments can oftentimes put patients off if they believe it will be a painful experience, but Clearlift skin laser treatments can alleviate those concerns. For patients who have more complex needs, iPixel erbium laser treatments are the latest technology in resurfacing, rejuvenation, and non-surgical remodelling. This laser treatment is used for sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles such as crow’s feet, dark bags or circles, large pores, skin blemishes, and scars. The result is more apparent with every treatment and includes dramatically brighter, tighter, and more youthful skin while stimulating the growth of new collagen. Our injectors are all doctors and our team can be reached at the clinic for questions and to book a consultation by dialling 647-343-0207.
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