Crow's Feet

Wrinkles around the corner of the eye, known as crow’s feet, occur over time as a result of years of facial expression. Everyday things that contract the muscles around your eyes like laughing and squinting make these fine lines and wrinkles more noticeable and gradually make them worse. Fortunately, though, there is a nonsurgical way to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet. The SoliDerma Botox experts will inject  Botox into the eye area to minimize the appearance of crow’s feet in their patients seeking a younger, refreshed look.


How does Botox for crow's feet work?

We call the wrinkles around the eyes Dynamic Wrinkles as they are more visible on using the facial muscles for example during smiling, talking or focusing on a near object. Botox will help to relax the muscles responsible for the appearance of Crow’s Feet wrinkles so the area will appear smoother with less apparent dynamic wrinkles. 

When you have a consultation with our Botox experts they will be able to determine the areas of injection and give you honest advice based on your expectations. 


Our doctor will carefully inject the neuromodulator into very specific locations around the eye and temple area. Within one week of the treatment, you will notice that the lines around your eyes are less visible and do not become more apparent with your various natural facial expressions. These results typically last up to 6 months and the patient can return for another treatment when the effects do wear off and the fine lines start to reappear.

Botox for Crow's Feet FAQs

Q: Is Botox approved for wrinkles around the eyes?

A: Yes, it is approved for use in reducing crow’s feet and other fine lines around the eyes. Botox is proven effective at safely reducing crow’s feet when injected by an expert dermatologist.


Q: What causes crow’s feet?

A: Wrinkles around the corner of the eye that extend toward the temple form naturally as part of the aging process. As we age, our skin stops producing collagen and loses its elasticity and firmness. This, coupled with the constant contraction of our facial muscles when smiling, laughing, and squinting, causes fine lines and wrinkles to form around the eyes.><a href="" target="_blank">Try watching this video on 


Q: How quickly can I go back to work after the injection?

A: Fortunately, there is no recovery needed after getting injections! Patients can continue on about their daily routine immediately following treatment. While some may experience redness, swelling, and/or bruising near the injection site, this does not last more than a few days.



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