can botox get rid of crow's feet? i don't have forehead wrinkles, but i do have bad crow's feet. can botox help me?
10 doctor answers • 17 doctors weighed in
Facial Plastic Surgery 21 years experience
Botox : Botox can be used to help treat the crow's feet. It's a very common area to use Botox besides the forehead.
Plastic Surgery 48 years experience
I : I think Botox perhaps combined with a peel would be a great way to soften and help remove the wrinkles.www.beautybybrueck.com.
Plastic Surgery 36 years experience
Crows feet: The eyelid muscles and the cheek muscles combine to make crows feet. Botox can treat the eyelid component well if it is used in the cheek the smile will be effected adversely.
Plastic Surgery 23 years experience
Botox: Botox is a purified protein that, when injected into muscles, causes muscles to relax. This leads to decreased wrinkling in the skin over the treated muscle and a smoother appearance to the skin. The "crow's feet" are one of the most common areas treated.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 18 years experience
It will help: Botox will make the crown's feet less pronounces. However, it will not eliminate it. Talk to your doctor about other treatments like, chemical peels or laser resurfacing.
Facial Plastic Surgery 30 years experience
Botox crows feet: Botox works very well for crows feet. It softens the crows feet without taking away the smile.
Plastic Surgery 34 years experience
Yes great for this: Botox is excellent for softening the appearance of crow's feet which are due to contractions of the orbicularis oculists muscle.
Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Yes: Botox is a great answer for crow's feet!
Cosmetic Surgery 40 years experience
Yes: Yes, you can use Botox for crow's feet but also to lift and shape the brow, and to soften or eliminate lines on the forehead, frown lines, sad lines, lines under the eyes, bunny lines, dimpled chins, neck bands and necklace lines, drooping noses, bulging jaw muscles, and fine lines around the lips.
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 24 years experience
Botox: botox works well to eliminate crow's feet
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