With age, but sometimes even in younger years, aesthetically unpleasant wrinkles may appear around the eyes. These fine wrinkles radiating from the corners of the eyes will become deeper and deeper with the passing of the years. At a certain point, they can no longer be treated, because the creases are embedded too deeply into the skin. And the eyes will look smaller.
In the treatment of crow's feet, Dr. Colette Carmen Camenisch will relax the area of the eyes, by injecting the muscles under the skin. Already a few days after the treatment, you will look once again young, radiant and attractive.
Because of the regular contraction (blinking) of the circular muscle of the eye ("musculus orbicularis oculi"), over time deep mimic wrinkles will emerge. These lines around the eyes may be nevertheless treated effectively: with an injection, the muscle underneath will be loosened up and the skin will appear more relaxed. The deep lines irradiating from your eyes will disappear and you will look all the more lovely: your whole face will look more radiant and youthful.
Depending on the condition of your skin, Dr. Colette Carmen Camenisch will relax the relevant muscle fibers of the eye musculature with an injection, so that the overlying skin will appear less wrinkly.
This treatment may be combined with the treatment of the frown lines and forehead lines. This way you will achieve even better results. But the filler treatment of the midface (cheeks) or a Skinbooster therapy of the eye section will enhance even further the positive effect. Should you decide to combine it with a treatment of the eye troughs with fillers, your eyes will be even more radiant.
An eyelid lift may also be recommended for a more complete treatment of the eye wrinkles, and to enhance the rejuvenating effect.
The procedure lasts approximately 10 minutes.
Dr. Colette Carmen Camenisch will schedule a check up on the treated areas 10 to 14 days after the eye wrinkle treatment. So that the best possible results may be achieved. The effect will last 3 to 6 months.
The local treatment of crow's feet may cause small hematomas, swellings, and, only very rarely, tightness and pressure feelings for a few hours.
The costs for a treatment of crow's feet will be agreed upon in advance.