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Can Injectable Fillers Be Used on Crow's Feet?
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Injectable fillers can be used on crow's feet as a second line treatment
Injectable fillers can be used to reduce the appearance of lines at the corners of the eyes, commonly known as crow's feet. But, there's a catch... It is best to first use Botox in that area to minimize the muscle contractions which are causing the skin to bunch up when you smile, thereby forming "crow's feet". Then, after a week or two, if any pesky lines are still visible after Botox has relaxed those muscles, then an injectable filler such as Restylane can be used to further conce
Injectables Can Be Used on Crow's Feet
Yes. Injectables such as Belotero can be used to inject the crow's feet as long as it is outside the orbital rim. However, I more strongly recommend Botox/Dysport for crow's feet or a combination of dermal fillers and Botox/Dysport for optimal results.
BOTOX But Filler in Selected.
Crow's feet are best treated with Botox. In fact, this is probably the best area for patients who just want to get their feet wet first. This area, surprisingly to many, is the least painful for injections. Thi8s is because the injections are given very superficially. Also, this is one of the safest, least compliation-laden areas. If fillers are to be used they should be used with a micro-droplet technique and on certain patients. The filler, Juvederm Ultra preferred, should also be...
Can fillers be used for the Crowsfeet?
The best treatment for the crowsfeet is Botox. Due to the thin nature of the skin, botulinum toxin injections generally work better than fillers. The exception to this rule is the patient who have deep wrinkles and thick skin.The hyaluronic acid fillers are clear, and can be used in these patients to soften the crows feet.
Treatment of Crow's Feet: Juvederm, Restylane, vs. Botox
Crow's Feet are dynamic wrinkles that are caused by overactivitiy of the orbicularis oculi muscles. These are best corrected by the use of Botox, as they are caused by muscle overactivity as opposed to soft tissue atrophy.
Injectable fillers should not be used to correct crow's...
Injectable fillers should not be used to correct crow's feet. Botox injections in that area are the treatment of choice.