Crow's feet refer to the wrinkles on the corners of the eyes that become more pronounced when smiling. Over time, they can become etched into your skin.

Case History:
This gentleman aged in his 30s wanted to treat his crow's feet to prevent them from becoming deeper with time. 12 units of X was injected to each side (total of 24 units). The pre and post photos were taken 2 weeks apart and shows him in a smiling expression. Please note that individual results can vary.

Crows feet before botox
Crows feet after botox
Crows feet before dysport injections
Crows feet after dysport injections

The treatment explained:
Crow's feet are caused by the contraction of the orbicularis oculi muscle. When this muscle contracts, it pulls the skin around the eye inwards, resulting in wrinkling. The presence of crow’s feet is natural, and anti-wrinkle injections can be used to moderate its intensity. Anti wrinkle injections are temporary, lasting 3 to 5 months.

Dysport can be used to relax the muscles that cause crows feet.
The orbicularis oculi muscle is responsible for crow's feet.

How to book:
(1) Feel free to book online with Dr Aung Thant or call GC Injectables at Chevron Advanced Medical on 07 5538 8811.
(2) Please read this section on how to prepare for your anti-wrinkle injections. You may print it out and bring it to your appointment.
(3) If you have any questions, please send us an email. We can also provide individualised quotes via email.

Anti-wrinkle injections