Getting Rid of Crow’s Feet

They say a person’s eyes tell the story of his or her life, but here at NDDA, we say there’s nothing wrong with keeping a few secrets!

One of the biggest questions any dermatology practice gets is: “how do I get rid of my crow’s feet?” Thankfully, a few targeted procedures and some good skin habits can answer that question with an even better one, such as, “what crow’s feet?”

You can banish those fine lines with a few well-placed treatments, all available at NDDA. Read on for our definitive guide to getting younger-looking eyes.


Microneedling is quickly becoming a favorite for certain Hollywood A-listers – Jennifer Aniston is said to be a regular devotee. It’s a fast, easy procedure with minimal down time, and results improve in the weeks after a treatment.
Why It Works: Microneedling does what it sounds like it does. Small needles create micro-injuries to the skin and stimulate a healing response that in turn increases the skin’s elastic and collagen production.


Botox is still the go-to treatment for stubborn fine lines. New procedures like Microtox Lift are better than ever at dissolving lines while giving dermatologists the ability to create natural, subtle results.
Why It Works: Botox relaxes the tiny muscles in the face that are responsible for creating fine lines.

Laser Resurfacing:

Laser resurfacing is one of the most effective tools in the dermatologist’s arsenal when it comes to crow’s feet. And lasers can be used in combination to achieve the best results, not just in the eye area, but across the entire face.

Why It Works: Beneath the skin’s surface, lasers work at deep levels to stimulate collagen production. By delivering the laser’s energy in micro-bursts, most treatments can target specific problems without trauma to the surrounding skin.

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