About Crocodile Filler
“Crow’s feet’ popularly refers to the lightly hashed wrinkles at the corners of the eye that develop with age. But those deeper wrinkles that sometimes occur—usually fewer but more prominent than crow’s feet—we consider “crocodile feet.” And it takes extra care to minimize the appearance of crocodile feet, which is why we use crocodile filler!
How Does Crocodile Filler Work?
Typically crow’s feet are handled with Botox. However, the Crocodile Filler protocol primarily uses the effective injectable Juvederm to first fill out the deeper set wrinkles, helping the skin generate new collagen, to reduce their appearance more effectively than Botox alone.
Are There Side Effects?
The most common side effects are redness, bruising, or swelling. These side effects generally last for a short time and are mild in nature. As with all procedures that involve an injection through the skin, there is a risk of infection.
Is an Apple Lift Right For Me?
Because only you know what look is right look for you, it’s important to discuss treatment and expectations with your healthcare provider. During a consultation, he will determine if Crocodile Filler is right for you, plus how much product is appropriate to enhance your look.