The FDA has recently approved Botox for use around the eyes to treat Crow’s Feet. While this has made the news, it is not new. Dermatologists around the world have been using Botox (and its related products Dysport and Xeomin) to successfully treat Crow’s Feet for years. The FDA approval simply allows Allergan to now market Botox for use around the eyes to consumers, but is unlikely to change any usage patterns by physicians.
Botox, Dysport and Xeomin are terrific products used to smooth lines around the eyes, between the eyes, and on the forehead. There are some physicians who can produce beautiful results around the mouth and on the neck as well, but this takes years of experience and very solid technique. At SkinCare Physicians, our doctors have been leaders in the field of non-invasive facial rejuvenation, particularly with Botox/Dysport/Xeomin. We, at Skincare Physicians, have led the way as it relates to using lower doses to produce more natural results, enhanced techniques to improve smoothness around the eyes, and have written textbooks and scientific articles teaching others our latest techniques.
Feel free to come to SkinCare Physicians for a consult or give us a call to find out what options might be best for you.
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