How to Get Rid of Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet are laughter lines around the eyes. Above and beyond seeing the world around us, we use our eyes so much in order to form all kinds of expressions. Over time, movements such

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Crow’s feet are laughter lines around the eyes. Above and beyond seeing the world around us, we use our eyes so much in order to form all kinds of expressions. Over time, movements such as squinting, laughing, and smiling causes lines and creases to form at the corners of the eyes. Because of the shape of these wrinkles we commonly refer to them as ‘crow’s-feet’. In our younger days the wrinkles that form at the sides of the eyes disappear when we relax our eyes and face but as we get older these lines start to appear even when our face is relaxed and rested. This is when we start to show our age and years of hard work and stress around our eye area. Crows’ feet treatment using anti-ageing injections allow us to restore a more youthful look and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles at the corners of the eyes.

Injectable treatment for lines around the eyes.

Before considering any treatment, we arrange a free consultation with Dr. Sajjadi. This will include a full assessment of your face and diagnosis of the key issues. He will then recommend whether treatment is appropriate and if so, which course of action is best for you. There are a number of treatment options that may be considered, including cosmetic injections. The presence of lines and fine wrinkles at the side of the eyes can be improved almost instantaneously with a few small injections. When treated at the hands of an experienced plastic surgeon, the effect is that the lines are significantly reduced or will disappear completely. The effect is temporary but you can expect results to last 3 to 4 months before further treatment is recommended.

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