Are there any advancements on the horizon to combat crows feet for those that don’t want to use Botox or Dysport?

Dr. Dean Kane Q & A thinking Q. Are there any advancements on the horizon to combat crows feet for those that don’t want to use Botox or Dysport? I’m wondering what alternatives there are for those who might be allergic to these choices or might not care to support the continuous animal testing required for these procedures? Thanks in advance. A. Botox and Dysport are injectible muscle relaxers which diminish the pull on the skin creating wrinkles. ​ ​Other options include filling the wrinkles with fillers. Silk, a new smoothening hyaluronic acid (HA) gel filler has worked wonderfully in my hands. ​ ​Consider a ZO Obagi Skin Health regimen to stimulate the dermal collagen to resist the wrinkling of the skin and chemical peels or combinations of CO2/Erbium laser and ClearLift laser to exfoliate the epidermis and stimulate the dermis for additional resistance to wrinkling. ​ ​Sculptra has also worked well in my experience but is an advanced technique. ​ ​Please use the best experienced, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or Dermatology injectors. ​ ​I wish you well!
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