Removing Wrinkles with Botox


The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week approved Botox for use in minimizing the look of “crow’s feet,” the fine wrinkles in the outside corners of the eyes. This means that the FDA officially considers Botox to be safe and effective in this area.

We’ve seen that safe and effective way that Botox can help alleviate the look of crow’s feet for years. It works by relaxing the muscles that cause those wrinkles. When a muscle contracts, it essentially accordions the skin that covers it; younger skin will recoil, while older skin will wrinkle. Relaxing those muscles smoothens the overlying skin, producing a much younger appearance.

We have been using Botox to improve appearances for more than fifteen years with excellent results and virtually no recovery time. Botox is safe and effective. Simon Cowell once compared Botox to toothpaste – a no-brainer part of one’s health and beauty routine. We at CPS agree with him, and invite you to find out how Botox can help you, from wrinkles to crow’s feet.

– Dr. Stephan Finical