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Botox Crow's Feet

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Crow’s Feet By BOTOX Or XEOMIN

Botox injections are one of the most common types of outpatient procedures for crow’s feet. These facial wrinkles are the fan-like formations that develop near the outside corners of your eyes. They can be challenging to treat using home methods.

Despite the efficacy of Botox treatments, there’s a lot of information to consider before opting for these injections. Cost, frequency, and risk factors are just some of the concerns you might want to think about.

How does Botox work?

Botox is a muscle-relaxing treatment. It’s used for a variety of medical purposes, including eye twitching and excessive sweating. The injections work by stopping nerve signals from reaching the muscles so that they don’t contract as often.

Botox Cosmetic for wrinkles, according to the MX CLINIC, is by far the most common use of the product. When using for crow’s feet, the injections relax muscles surrounding your eye corners, so your skin smooths out. The effects may be especially noticeable when you laugh.

What to expect when you have it done

Botox Cosmetic is injected directly around your crow’s feet with fine needles. Even if you tolerate shots well, your healthcare provider will likely recommend a topical anesthetic, such as ice, to first numb the area.

Once the skin around your eyes is numb, your healthcare provider will start the injection process. Since crow’s feet cover a small area of the face, the treatment itself will only take a few minutes.

The procedure may last longer if you opt to combine other treatment methods with Botox injections. Sometimes laser treatments are used in conjunction with Botox for crow’s feet.

Your healthcare provider will only need a small number of Botox units. MX CLINIC estimates a total of 10 units for eye wrinkles. These are divided in half, so you would have five units for each side. Allergan, the maker of Botox Cosmetic, recommends 24 units for optimum treatment of crow’s feet.

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