Treating Crow’s Feet in Philadelphia

Wondering why you have those tiny around-the-eye wrinkles? Crow’s feet develop over time, due to tiny muscle contractions that occur each time you squint, smile or laugh. Crow’s feet lines spread out from the corners of your eyes and are a common sign of aging. The good news is that these bothersome lines do not have to be permanent. As a top 3% ExpertInjector™, Montgomery County dermatologist Dr. Margo Weishar uses injections and other gentle anti-aging treatments like Botox to erase crow’s feet.

Why Choose Springhouse Derm?

Double board-certified cosmetic dermatologist Dr.Weishar has developed a top-notch treatment plan designed to fade fine lines and reduce crow’s feet around the delicate eye area while maintaining your beautiful, natural expression. Dr. Weishar’s Philadelphia area practice offers many safe and non-invasive clinical options that can prevent and reduce the appearance of crow’s feet or laugh lines in just a few minutes.

What Causes Crow’s Feet?

As a result of the inevitable aging process, skin loses its natural ability to stretch and rebound. In addition, smoking, sun damage, genetics, certain prescription medications and dehydration can lead to loss of elasticity and accelerate the development of crow’s feet.

Two types of wrinkles

There are two types of wrinkles: dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles are visible during muscle contraction, such as smiling, squinting or laughter. Static wrinkles tend to become more noticeable with muscle contraction, but can also be seen when your face is at rest. Leading Montgomery County dermatologist Dr. Weishar specializes in treatments for both dynamic and static crow’s feet at her Philadelphia area office.

Treatments for Crow’s Feet in Montgomery County

Some techniques for preventing and treating crow’s feet focus on removing the surface layer of the skin and boosting collagen production. As stated by Dr. Weishar, founder of Springhouse Dermatology and Aesthetics in Montgomery County, Philadelphia, “Treatments purposed to cause the removal of surface layers of skin include chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microneedling and laser treatments. These techniques are designed to remodel collagen growth as the skin heals, offering improved skin tone, wrinkle-reduction and a youthful glow”. Crow’s feet treatments include:

Botulinum toxin (Botox)

Botox is a neuromodulator injected into the muscles around the eyes responsible for crow’s feet. Dr. Weishar uses a fine needle to comfortably administer Botox for dynamic crow’s feet, causing the muscles to relax and provide a smoother appearance for up to 3 months.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers such as Radiesse, Juvéderm, Restylane and Belotero are often used in our Montgomery County office to fade crow’s feet and wrinkles. Ideal for static crow’s feet, fillers are injected into crow’s feet with a fine needle and produce instant results lasting between 3 and 12 months.

Laser Resurfacing

As Luminary and Trainer for Cutera Lasers, Dr. Weishar uses Fraxel laser treatments for crow’s feet to safely remove dull skin, revealing a younger and healthier complexion. After a few passes with a small, hand-held laser device, you can enjoy improved elasticity, smoother skin and results that last for almost 10 years.

Treating Crow’s Feet at Springhouse Dermatology and Aesthetics

Recently named Philadelphia magazine’s Top Doctor 2020 in Dermatology in Dermatology, Dr. Margo Weishar leverages years of training, dedication and artistry to deliver your aesthetic goals. If you are concerned about treating crow’s feet or fine lines, contact the expert cosmetic dermatologist today to book your crow’s feet consultation.

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Dr. Margo Weishar
Board Certified Dermatologist, Montgomery County

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