Why Botox is Still Best for Crow’s Feet and Frown Lines

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Crow’s feet and frown lines not only make individuals look older and tired, but they can also cause someone to appear angry or tense. Therefore, it’s not surprising that patients often seek treatments to smooth these wrinkles and refresh their appearance.

While there are a number of surgical and non-surgical procedures that promise to erase frown lines and crow’s feet, Botox is still the best for fighting these signs of aging.

So, why do leading injectors like Dr. Nicole Hayre rely on the proven power of Botox? Keep reading to learn all about this cosmetic injectable’s unparalleled efficacy, reliability, and natural results.

Why is Botox More Effective Than Other Treatments?

Botox Cosmetic is the clear choice for frown lines and crow’s feet because it addresses the overactive muscles that cause wrinkles.

More specifically, by precisely targeting muscles around the eyes and forehead, Botox reduces their ability to contract. As a result, frown lines and crow’s feet diminish and skin is smoother and more youthful for 3-4 months.

Why is Botox Best for Natural-Looking Results?

In the hands of a leading injector like Dr. Hayre, patients can count on Botox for natural looking results. That’s because she precisely places specific amounts of Botox to reduce, rather than completely limit, facial movement.

This approach allows for a relaxation of frown lines and crow’s feet, while preserving facial expressions.

How Can Botox Diminish Frown Lines and Crow’s Feet Quickly?

Botox is often recommended for crow’s feet and frown lines because it’s a quick procedure that patients can have over their lunch break.

The treatment begins with identification of the trouble spots and application of ice or a topical anesthetic to numb the area. Then, multiple injections of Botox are delivered to certain muscles with a very small needle.

A typical Botox appointment takes 10-15 minutes, and patients are free to resume all normal activities immediately after.

For additional information on Botox for frown lines and crow’s feet, please contact our office today to schedule a consultation.