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Crow’s Feet are caused by repeated muscle movements that lead to the formation of wrinkles at the sides of the eyes. Fortunately, muscle relaxants are now available to soften these crow’s feet, giving a rejuvenated appearance especially in the eye area and can prevent additional wrinkles from forming by avoiding repeated facial muscle movements.
Crow’s feet are caused by repeated muscle movements that lead to the formation of wrinkles at the sides of the eyes. Fortunately, Total Face Group in Melbourne now offers muscle relaxants to soften crow’s feet, giving you a rejuvenated appearance especially in the eye area. Crow’s feet treatment can also prevent additional wrinkles from forming, and your outer eye area will look more youthful after treatment. At Total Face Group, we have clinics around Melbourne that are dedicated to crows feet treatment to enable patients to look and feel the way they want.
The ideal candidates are those who are concerned with the lines around their eyes. Patients who undergo crow’s feet treatment feel that such wrinkles make them look older than they are. The treatment is available to any adult who is concerned about their crow’s feet, and who have good general health.
A muscle relaxant will be injected into the patient’s muscles just underneath the skin. Once injected, it will cause the facial muscles to relax. This procedure usually takes around 15 minutes to complete. There is no required recovery period and no downtime. After the procedure, patients can immediately return to their normal activities.
In just 10 days, your crow’s feet will start to become much more discreet. The injected relaxant works by blocking nerve signals going to the muscles, resulting in a controlled muscle weakening just below the crow’s feet lines. If the muscle is not able to contract fully, the wrinkles start to relax and become smoother – this will start to be noticeable in just a few days.
The effects of crow’s feet treatment can last for 3 to 4 months. As the effect of the muscle relaxant wears off, the crow’s feet will return. That is why we recommend that you undergo scheduled injections for maintenance of a youthful appearance.
After the treatment, side effects can include redness, bruises, swelling and minor tenderness in the area. Such effects usually fade away within a few days after the treatment and can be hidden with makeup. Make sure to avoid lying down for 4 hours after the injection, and avoid touching or rubbing the treated area to prevent irritation. Such activities can cause the injected solution to affect the surrounding tissues.
Here at Total Face Group, we focus on providing our Melbourne clients with an honest and educated approach to facial aesthetics, making us unique in our field. Our expert staff uses the highest industry standards and treatments, and we also offer our clients the ability to create a personalised, long-term treatment plan with our Cosmetic Consultants.
Quality is of the utmost importance to Total Face Group, and we will take our time during your consultation and treatment to provide realistic advice about your treatment and expected outcome. For our clients here in Melbourne, you can be assured that our state of the art technology and professional staff will ensure that we will, at the absolute minimum, meet your desired results.
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