Botox Cosmetic has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help improve moderate to severe crow’s feet. One of the many concerns of patients has been lines around their eyes. Patients have been trying to improve them with creams and potions with not huge success and a long wait time to see any kind of improvement. Now a more effective treatment is approved with Botox. Botox has been used off label for years to treat crow's feet but now with the FDA approval more people might be aware that Botox treats more than the creases between the brows. Botox takes 3 to 5 days to settle in and will last several months. This is a wonderful treatment to soften those lines and freshen your look without doing anything too drastic. Cost of Botox for crow’s feet varies from office to office but the range usually starts about $120 and up. To read more about the approval of Botox click the links below. Botox has already been approved to treat the frown lines termed the eleven’s between the brows and other medical conditions such as excessive arm sweating called Hyperhidrosis, eyelid spasms, and migraines. If you think Botox might be right for you schedule an appointment and see if you are a candidate and what the treatment can do for you. Many offices in the area offer Botox for crow's feet including Michigan Advanced Aesthetics.
October 8, 2013