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Crows feet eyes treatment at Time Dental

crows-feet-eyesWe posted information about softening wrinkles for forehead and frown lines, but there are other areas that can also be treated with non-surgical treatment. Crows feet eyes treatment is also very popular at Time Dental.

When we smile our facial muscle around the eyes also contract. This muscle is called the obicularis oculi. It is essentially a muscle that is a ring all the way round the eye. As we get older and the skin becomes less firm, you may see a series of lines that appear at the outer corner of the eye. These are called crows feet. Sometimes they are called laughter lines.

These types of lines around the eyes can have an aging affect and crows feet eyes treatment with botulinum injections can help to soften and reduce these wrinkles.

Wrinkle softening around the eyes is a fantastic way to reduce the aged look. It is perfectly safe to do when carried out by a skilled and trained clinician. Understanding facial anatomy is crucial for safe and successful treatment. which is why our facial aesthetics clinician, Dr Rashid is perfect to help. He has been providing this treatment for a decade and has the necessary skills and qualifications to know and understand facial anatomy.

Botulinum treatment only takes a few minutes to carry out, but the expertise is knowing where to inject, how to inject and what concentration of product to use. Careful analysis of the facial muscles is extremely important to provide a bespoke treatment plan for each individual patient.

Digital photographs are always taken before and after treatment to see how the muscles have responded. We always provide a two week review appointment to reassess and analyse the results. In some cases extra treatment is required to achieve the desired look.

Botulinum treatment  for facial wrinkles and crows feet eyes treatment has been available for many years. It has a long track record and is safe to carry out by expert clinicians. The results can last between three to five months. After which any new course of treatment is required.



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