treatment of wrinkles around eyes(Crow’s feet)

by / Wednesday, 08 August 2018 / Published in Uncategorized
treatment of wrinkles around eyes(Crow's feet)

All your life, people have been telling you to smile. Smile for the camera. Smile to make a great first impression. Smile to show the world you are a nice person. What nobody ever told you was that all that smiling would lead to wrinkles around your eyes. We call them crow’s feet, because they branch out like the talons of a bird. So how do we fight back against these fine lines?

Few areas of the body can benefit more dramatically from cosmetic surgery than the face. doctor tarzi by State-of-the-art  procedures such as remove eyes wrinkles , will make a person appear years younger, revealing the natural beauty beneath wrinkles, crow’s feet,  and other signs of aging.if you suffer from crow’s feet or frown lines on the foreheadspecial treatments may be the answer for you.

wrinkles around eyes

wrinkles around eyes

Environmental influences like sun exposure, combined with stress and the natural aging process, can lead to the development of persistent wrinkles around eyes. As these natural lines deepen, they may be misinterpreted as a lasting frown or look of perpetual worry. If you are interested in non-surgical methods to invigorate and restore a youthful look to your face, doctor tarzi offers a range of injectables including botox and gel and also threadlift , to gently plump lines around our eyes.

Why treat crow’s feet

Physical, emotional and social reasons for treating crow’s feet include:

  • Improved appearance
  • Enhanced self-esteem

What you need to know

There are two main types of crow’s feet:

Dynamic lines

These are produced by the actions of underlying muscles. Frowning, smiling and squinting activate them.

Static facial lines

These are present at all times, even during sleep. These lines are actual lines present on the skin resulting from a long history of squinting, frowning and sun damage

Treatment for removing  eye wrinkles


Treatment for removing  eye wrinkles

BOTOX is an injectable gel that uses a diluted form of the botulinum toxin protein. The gel blocks signals from nerves that cause the muscles around your eyes to contract, reducing the appearance of crow’s feet. While there are other products that are made from the same protein, they have different potencies and formulations, meaning they cannot be used as a replacement for BOTOX.

Candidates for BOTOX

If you have wrinkles around your eyes, and are in good health, with no allergies to the ingredients in BOTOX, you are considered an excellent candidate for the injectable. If you are pregnant or nursing, you should wait before receiving BOTOX® injections. Those with severe infection or illness and those who suffer from nerve or muscle conditions such as ALS should not receive BOTOX injections. Be sure to discuss your medical history and all medications you are currently taking with the doctorbefore receiving an injection.

How BOTOX Works?

BOTOX targets the contraction of the muscles around your eye. When the gel is injected into the muscles, their activity is reduced, resulting in a visible smoothing of your crow’s feet. BOTOX can also be used to treat frown lines in the forehead, smoothing them out as well. the injections take about 10 minutes, and you should have no downtime afterward. Any injection can hurt, but the needles used for Botox injections are very small, so pain is usually minimal. The area can be numbed with a topical anesthetic cream or cold pack 10-20 minutes before the injections are given, so you may not feel much pain, if any.

Gel injection

Gel injection

The hyaluronic acid solution draws in water naturally and causes tissue to swell, resulting in smooth skin on the surface. Youthful-looking results can be seen almost immediately after treatment and usually lasts up to twelve months. Also, because gel is made from a substance found naturally in the body, there is no need for an allergy test prior to treatment.

How does the treatment work?

The product rich in hyaluronic acid is injected evenly into the skin. The treatment is performed with a needle which injects proper amount of the product along each crease with numerous punctures. It can also be distributed along the wrinkle from one puncture on each side of the crease with special elastic cannula. After the injection, the product is evenly distributed and massaged properly by the practitioner.

Do I need local anaesthetic?

our  usual practice is to apply an anaesthetic cream 30-40 minutes before the injection. We can also inject the puncture sites with local anaesthetic which is normally used in dental surgery so that the area feels numb and discomfort is kept to minimum. In any case, however, the practitioner needs to be informed about possible allergic reactions.

Thread lift

Thread lift

Offering long term results which last for up to 1-2 years, thread lift is a non-surgical procedure which is suitable for individuals who do not want to go for surgery. The reduction of wrinkles and fine lines around eyes will be visible almost immediately following treatment,* and no downtime is required.


Prior to the thread lift, an anaesthetic cream is applied to the treatment area to numb the skin and minimise any pain or discomfort. Threads will be inserted in the area around temple and will take approximately 30-40 minutes to complete. You will experience a small, prickling sensation similar to acupuncture needling, but it is not painful. Threads may vary in length and thickness, subject to the treatment area. Shorter threads are generally used to treat fine lines in and around the eye area. Thicker threads may also be used as an alternative to Botox, and inserted into the muscles of the forehead to address the wrinkles there. doctor tarzi will advise you on treatments for specific areas in order for you to get the best results.


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Laser resurfacing is a procedure that uses a wand-like laser instrument to remove the upper layers of skin from crow’s feet. It is sometimes referred to as “laser peeling” since it removes old skin cells in order to reveal newer, more youthful cells. laser resurfacing also heats the skin layers underneath to promote collagen production, which stimulates skin in the treatment area to heal in a smoother, more even appearance.

How to prepare for the procedure

Before the procedure, doctor tarzi will usually review the patient’s medical history and conduct a physical exam. This is the time for the doctor and patient to discuss expectations, potential risks and outcomes of the procedure.


First, the laser beam applies short bursts of energy to the area around eyey to target removing the top surface layer of skin, (epidermis) to reveal newer, clearer and smoother skin beneath it. Low level laser light is used to safely exfoliate the surface skin, removing dead skin cells, smoothing wrinkles and fine lines. Once the dead cells are removed by the laser, this process reveals shiny new skin on the complexion surface.

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