woman after a Smile Line Treatment

Smile Line Treatment

Smiling, laughing, squinting in bright sunlight – these facial movements are common and repetitive. If you have smile lines that seem to be permanently etched into your face, you probably enjoy life. But you may not enjoy those crow’s feet lines that have developed at the corners of your eyes as a result. Thankfully, there is a simple and quick solution to rid yourself of those unwanted creases. At The K Spa, we recommend Botox injections to smooth out the smile lines and regain more youthful-looking eyes.

Providing you with the results and comfort you deserve are the primary goals of our services at The K Spa. Expert placement using micro-cannulas helps us to meet those goals when it comes to using Botox for smile line treatments. Our practitioners are experts in facial anatomy. By using blunt-tipped cannulas, they can avoid breaking blood vessels that would cause bruising, while being very specific with the area and muscles affected by the Botox.

Botox for Crow’s Feet

Using Botox to smooth out the crow’s feet at the corners of your eyes is very safe. The results are remarkable and often last from four to six months. Whenever the lines begin to reappear, you can schedule your next set of injections to maintain the beauty of your eyes without the distraction of wrinkles or creases.

Although Botox injections for crow’s feet are available through most medical spas, patients who want the best results and guidance in their cosmetic procedures choose The K Spa. Dr. Stong, a dual board certified plastic surgeon, oversees and personally selects skilled practitioners to assure accuracy in placement and to give guidance to our patients. If you’re not sure if Botox is the appropriate treatment for your smile lines, contact our offiice today and Dr. Stong will be happy to schedule a consultation to discuss both surgical and non-surgical options.

* Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.

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