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The popular wrinkle reducing injectable, BOTOX® Cosmetic, has now been approved to treat another common aging problem that many of us face as we get older: crow’s feet.

New Approvals

Earlier this year, BOTOX® Cosmetic was approved by the FDA for some less-than-conventional uses such as the treatment of overactive bladder and Chronic Migraine. On September 11, the FDA officially approved BOTOX® for the treatment of crow’s feet.

As all these new approvals for the injectable facial rejuvenation procedures continue to be passed, the popularity of BOTOX® this year can very likely surpass the over six million injections administered in 2012. Plus it allows for more combined uses of BOTOX® with facial fillers like Juvéderm and Radiesse, known as the liquid face lift.

Liquid Face Lift

The knife free alternative to a traditional surgical facelift is a great way to achieve a rested and refreshed face without the concerns that accompany surgery. The liquid face lift generally describes using injectables along the jaw-line, sides of the face, and other problem areas that can appear gaunt. Different combinations of injectables can be used to tailor your liquid face lift to exactly what you want to accomplish.

BOTOX® is still best known for its ability to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles in the area between the eyes. But as more uses are approved for the injectable, it is important to keep informed about which uses are FDA approved, which aren’t, and who is qualified to deliver the treatment.

It is important to always consult with an experienced facial surgeon for even these non-surgical procedures such as BOTOX®, Juvéderm, and Radiesse and to check credentials when checking out specials for these treatments.

Many board-certified plastic surgeons offer custom liquid face lifts and dermal fillers specials.