Eye Rejuvenation Options in Indianapolis

Non-Surgical Eye Rejuvenation With Botox and Restylane

It can be so frustrating to see your eyes looking old and droopy. If you feel you appear tired or angry all the time, you’ve likely hunted high and low for the best eye creams money can buy only to find that they don’t work. You may even have considered a blepharoplasty, or eyelift surgery, but are concerned about the downtime associated with cosmetic surgery. Rest assured, you are not out of options. Here at the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of Indiana, we offer a wide-range of non-surgical eye rejuvenation treatment options, the most popular of which are injectable wrinkle relaxers and cosmetic fillers.

Botox for Crow’s Feet

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Individual results may vary from person to person.

Botox, which has been used as a wrinkle relaxing injectable since 2002, received additional FDA-approval for crow’s feet in 2013. When injected into the upper face, Botox relaxes the underlying muscles responsible for the formation and deepening of lines and wrinkles. When administered by a board-certified dermatologic surgeon into the crow’s feet area, the existing lines soften over a few days and results last up to four months. We also recommend including a retinol to improve and help maintain your results.

Restylane for Under-Eye Bags

In addition to treating your crow’s feet with Botox, you may also want to take care of those under-eye bags. Let’s face it, all the cucumber slices in the world can only help so much. While under eye creams containing caffeine can provide a temporary solution to puffiness and dark circles, a more dramatic and long-term solution is Restylane. Restylane is an injectable hyaluronic acid filler that helps smooth the under eye area, providing non-surgical eye rejuvenation that lasts up to 12 months.

Are there other options for non-surgical eye rejuvenation?

If you aren’t a good candidate for cosmetic injectables, there are other options for reducing the appearance of aged eyes. Laser treatments, microneedling, and some topical skin care products are good alternatives to injectables. While they won’t provide the same results, many patients do see improvement with crow’s feet, puffiness, and discoloration around the eyes. The best way to find out which options are right for you is to have a consultation with our board-certified dermatologic surgeon in our dermatology practice located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Looking for Non-Surgical Eye Rejuvenation in Indianapolis?

Are you ready to look younger? Turn to the dermatology and anti-aging experts in our Indianapolis dermatology practice. Dr. C. William Hanke of the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of Indiana is a top dermatologic surgeon in Indiana. He has been recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America as well as America’s Top Docs. In addition to providing general and cosmetic dermatology treatments, Dr. Hanke trains other physicians in proper injection techniques and participated in the clinical trials for Botox prior to its FDA approval as a cosmetic anti-aging treatment.

Contact us today to set up a consultation with Dr. Hanke. We look forward to helping you with your non-surgical eye rejuvenation and other anti-aging and skin care needs.

Crow’s Feet Treatment Options

What is the Best Crow’s Feet Treatment?

Crow’s feet, the fine lines that extend from the outer corners of the eyes toward the temples, are one of the first signs of facial aging. Often caused by squinting, crow’s feet begin to appear in our 30s. Thankfully, there are fast acting, long lasting treatments available for crow’s feet, like Botox, and preventative measures like retinol that patients in their late 20s and early 30s can try. Learn about the best crow’s feet treatment options available at the LASSI in Indianapolis.

Top 3 Crow’s Feet Treatment Options

You can slow facial aging with the right skin care products and professional treatments. But not any product or treatment will do. Learn about our top 3 crow’s feet treatment options in our Indianapolis dermatology practice.

Retinol: An anti-aging eye serum containing high-quality retinol is important to use as early as your late 20s to help prevent the onset of crow’s feet. We also recommend continuing its use as a lifelong preventative measure and crow’s feet treatment to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the eyes. We recommend medical-grade skin care products we have available for purchase in our practice.

Microneedling: Using a treatment process known as Collagen Induction Therapy, a skin pen with very fine needles creates micro-injuries in the skin to stimulate collagen and elastin production. Collagen rebuilds the supportive scaffolding that holds the skin firm and smooth, while elastin makes the skin supple and more elastic. Coupled with high-quality topicals, microneedling treats and prevents crow’s feet. Patients begin to see long-term results after 3-6 treatments.

Botox: Botox is the gold-standard of cosmetic anti-aging, making it a top choice to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet. Botox works by relaxing the muscles that cause crow’s feet. This temporarily smoothes out the appearance of crow’s feet while also helping to prevent lines from getting deeper and more pronounced over time. Results last for 3-4 months.

Which Crow’s Feet Treatment is Right For Me?

If you’re in your 20s or early 30s and/or aren’t noticing crow’s feet lines that remain after you’ve stopped squinting, we recommend using a daily retinol eye serum. If you want to reduce your chances of developing crow’s feet in your mid- to late-30s, you can begin microneedling treatments in our Indianapolis dermatology practice.

If you choose to apply retinol, make sure you’re using a high-quality sunscreen and wear UV protective eyewear. Some patients are sensitive to retinol. If you have a reaction to retinol around your eyes, discontinue use and discuss alternative skin care products and treatments that can provide crow’s feet treatment and prevention.

If you’ve started seeing crow’s feet lines that remain after you’ve stopped squinting, it’s time to also consider Botox for crow’s feet. If you’re in good health and aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients in Botox, you’re likely a good candidate for treatment. In addition to Botox, Dysport and Xeomin are great Botox alternatives that may be a better fit for some patients. Discuss your options with our board-certified dermatologic surgeon Dr. C. William Hanke during your consultation.

Reduce the Appearance of Crow’s Feet at the LASSI in Indianapolis

Whether it’s time for the works or you just need a good recommendation for a high-quality retinol or retinol-free eye cream, schedule a consultation at one of the top Indianapolis dermatology practices with renowned dermatologist Dr. C. William Hanke and our team of skin care experts. Our team will work with you to determine the best cosmetic treatments and products for your needs while keeping your health and safety at the forefront.

In addition to offering cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic services, our dermatology practice is also home to a clinical trials facility that participated in Botox research prior to its FDA-approval for cosmetic use. Our board-certified dermatologic surgeon Dr. Hanke is also a highly respected expert in liposuction, medical dermatology, and skin cancer. You won’t find a more qualified expert in facial skin care and anti-aging than Dr. Hanke and our team of experts at the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of Indiana.

We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your anti-aging goals. Contact us today for your personalized consultation for crow’s feet treatment and prevention.