Crow's Feet Surgery
Crow's feet form at the corner of the eyelids, in the skin and the orbicularis oculi muscles. With this procedure these muscles are pulled to the sides and re-attached to a new lateral position. The "crow's feet skin" can be treated with abrasion, to remove the outer layer of skin, reducing those lines near the eyelids and over the cheeks.
The crow's feet procedure is done under local anesthesia and sedation. This surgery can be done in conjunction with other surgical procedures.
|Length of procedure:||1-2 hours|
|Type of anesthesia:||Local anesthesia and sedation|
|Hospital stay:||1-2 nights|
|Post-operatory stay in Costa Rica:||10-12 days|