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Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet are those creases etched in the corner of the eye. Unlike other wrinkles, crow’s feet can appear to look deeper and more obvious on the skin.

These wrinkles are located with a radical pattern around the eyeball region. They are created by a circular muscle within the skin around the eye region which is called “Orbicularis Oculi muscle”. The stronger this muscle is, the deeper these wrinkles are.

There are 4 distinct pattern of these wrinkle in different people. The clinician creates a treatment plan based on the distribution of these wrinkles.

Treatment Options

A neuromodulator (Botox) is a type of procedure that relaxes muscles in the area and smoothen the lines. If the lines are too deep and neuromodulators tend not to create a good result, the dermal fillers are also an alternative treatment to “fill up” the lines, even though is not a common treatment in this area.

Also other skin treatments such as PRP or skin products help this region rejuvenate.



Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)