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Eye Wrinkle Treatment

Cosmetic Injections for Crows Feet and Laser for Under Eye Wrinkles

Eye wrinkles include crows feet and under-eye wrinkles. Lasers are best for under eye wrinkles and injectables for crows feet. A laser for undereye wrinkles depends largely on skin type. CO2 laser resurfacing is suitable for fair skin types, whereas Pico lasers are best used for darker skin types. At Pearl, we use injectables, lasers, and eye creams to treat eye wrinkles. We provide a free consultation with our doctors so you can determine which eye wrinkle treatment method is best for you. 
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Eye lift with HIFU before and after pic.

*before and after 2 HIFU treatments – results are individual.


Crows Feet Treatment

Crows Feet are wrinkles around the eyes. They are caused by repeated muscle movement and become more visible when you smile, laugh or squint.  Anti-wrinkle injections, fortunately, can be used to soften crows feet, rejuvenating the appearance of the eye area.

  • Because these wrinkles are caused primarily by movement, anti-wrinkle injections can help to smooth them out. Furthermore, starting anti-wrinkle injections early prevents the progression of crows feet.
  • Adding eye cream is essential, whether it is specialised eye cream or simply extending the wrinkle cream you use on your face to the eye area.
  • Laser treatment is required if the wrinkles are fixed or associated with sun damage. Cosmetic injections are less effective for severe crows feet. In this case, laser treatment is required to significantly smooth the wrinkles.

Undereye Wrinkle Treatment

The development of undereye wrinkles is influenced less by repeated expression. Volume loss is more prominent in these eye wrinkles, and the treatment approach is different.

Dermal fillers are increasingly being used to smooth undereye wrinkles.
Skin tightening and laser resurfacing are two more common treatments for under eye wrinkles.
PRP and other collagen-stimulating treatments are available.
Eye cream is a must-have, though, as previously stated, you can generally extend the wrinkle cream you use on your face to the eye area.

Cost for Eye Wrinkle Treatment.

The effectiveness of anti-wrinkle injections varies greatly depending on muscle strength and the pattern of eye wrinkles. The ballpark starts around $180 and can go up to $500 depending on the amount required.

Similarly, dermal filler costs vary greatly depending on where the volume loss occurs. In general, specialised fillers are required for the under-eye area, which increases the cost.

CO2 laser resurfacing for crows feet costs $660 per treatment. Laser treatment for under-eye wrinkles is usually done concurrently.

What are Crows Feet?

Crows feet are wrinkles around the eyes. They are caused by squinting, laughing, or smiling at the sun or computer. They usually appear in your late twenties. They are not fixed, but rather left untreated; they can progress, and thus they are present at rest. Crows feet have a wide range of patterns.

Crows Feet Treatment Detail

Crows feet are treated with anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, radiofrequency or laser resurfacing, and collagen-stimulating treatments such as PRP and skin needling. All medical procedures should be performed in conjunction with home care. Also, a good eye cream.

1. Crows Feet Anti-Wrinkle Injections.

Fortunately, most crows feet respond to anti-wrinkle injections, rejuvenating the eye area with a quick lunchtime procedure. Beginning early not only softens existing eye wrinkles but also helps to prevent new ones from forming. People usually begin anti-wrinkle treatments in their late twenties or early thirties.

You can resume your normal activities right away. However, you will notice results in 2-7 days (depending on the type of anti-wrinkle injections you receive). There may be bruising as a result of the treatment, and you may experience temporary eyelid or brow drooping. For three to four months, the injections soften eye wrinkles. Many people choose to retreat at this point.

2. Filler for Crows Feet

When crows feet are advanced and very fixed, anti-wrinkle injections alone may not be effective, and dermal fillers placed beneath the lines may be required.

3. Laser  for Crows Feet

With severely sun-damaged skin, laser resurfacing is the prefered treatment. Some people, however, who dislike the idea of injection treatments, choose this treatment. The Co2 laser is still the gold standard for treating eye wrinkles. However, radiofrequency resurfacing with the eMatrix is an additional option. In most cases, only one procedure is required, and the results are long-lasting. Unlike anti-wrinkle injections for crows feet, you do not need to repeat the procedure. There may be a two-week period of downtime.

Under Eye Wrinkle Treatment.

Undereye wrinkles form as a result of a combination of loss of fat volume beneath the eyes, repeated eye movement, and sun damage. Because volume loss is often the determining factor, the treatment of under-eye wrinkles differs from that of crows feet. Skin tightening and resurfacing with laser treatment for under eye wrinkles becomes more prominent.

Although anti-wrinkle injections can help with under eye wrinkles, only a small amount is needed.
Filler is commonly used to plump and fill under the skin to treat under eye wrinkles.
Smoothing under eye wrinkles more often than not necessitates laser resurfacing.
Crows feet and under-eye wrinkle laser treatment are frequently performed concurrently.
PRP, skin needling, and radiofrequency resurfacing are all collagen-stimulating treatments that can be used.

We provide a free consultation with our doctors. As a result, you can determine which eye wrinkle treatment method is best for you. They will provide an accurate cost estimate.
Call us on 07 3350 5447 for a free consultation or book online.

Call us on 07 3350 5447 for a free consultation or book online.

Anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler before and after photo

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