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You Don’t Have To Live With Those Wrinkles and Crow’s Feet Any More!

We all want to age gracefully and maintain our youthful appearance, but sometimes Mother Nature has other plans for us. Even with regular use of expensive lotions and skin creams, some women begin to develop laugh lines and crow’s feet as young as their mid-to-late 20s.

The good news is that there’s a way to turn back time without cosmetic surgery! When it comes to plastic surgery, Little Rock women have been placing their trust in The Plastic Surgery Institute for almost two decades, but did you know that we also offer BoTox and Dysport injections as a simple outpatient procedure?

There are several key factors that influence the development of crow’s feet. For starters, as women approach menopause, they experience a variety of hormonal changes, as well as decreased production of collagen and elastin. This leads to a reduction in skin’s natural elasticity. The skin around the eyes is also thinner, and doesn’t have oil-producing glands, which makes it more vulnerable to hormonal changes and environmental factors. And it shouldn’t be surprising to learn that a combination of UV rays from the sun and our natural squinting response can accelerate the development of wrinkles.

Botox Cosmetic (Botulinum Toxin Type A) is approved by the FDA for treatment of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows in people ages 18-65, and it can also treat forehead lines, laugh lines, and crow’s feet. Botox injections force facial muscles to relax, and the skin above develops a smoother appearance. Most patients begin to see results in about 3 days after each treatment, and maximum results in about two weeks. The effects of Botox injections typically last for approximately 3-4 months after each treatment.

Dysport works in a similar fashion to Botox, with a few subtle differences. It has a lower protein load, and clinical research suggests that this can lead to longer results because patients potentially form less antibodies to resist the treatment. Dysport is more diluted than Botox, which leads to lower costs per treatment, and its lower density allows it to spread more, often leading to a prolonged period of effectiveness.

Contact us online, or at 501-224-1859 to schedule a consultation, and we’ll work together to help you make an informed decision about which treatment option is best for you.