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Forehead Wrinkles – Botox Or Dermal Fillers

Forehead wrinkles are one of the first sure signs that you are gradually aging. It’s an inevitable aspect of the entire aging process. Fortunately, there are effective ways of reducing the signs of aging as you notice them. So what is the best treatment for forehead wrinkles?

The two most effective anti-aging treatment available are Juvederm and Botox. But how can Botox and Dermal fillers help you to get rid of wrinkles? Botox has a toxin that paralyzes the muscles. It relaxes the muscles and prevents its contraction. Dermal fillers work by plumping out your face an filling part that needs to be filled to increase the fat volume. It generally makes your face to appear smoother and more beautiful. Most people appear older because they have lost their facial tone and as they age, their face begins to lose volume in most parts. These lack of volume is the primary cause of skin sagging aging. And this is why you will need Botox and Dermal Fillers.

Botox For Deep Forehead Wrinkle Treatment

Over the years, Botox has been handy in the treatment of deep forehead wrinkles and facial lines. Many patients love it because it’s affordable, easy and fast to administer.

What Can Dermal Fillers Do For Forehead Wrinkles?

Dermal fillers are a relative innovation in the cosmetic market. Hence, most people are yet to trust its efficacy. But it could be the best option depending on the severity of your wrinkles. The most popular fillers are Restylane and Juvederm. And most patients consider it as a healthy choice than Botox. Expect to see full results after a few weeks during which your skin undergoes several stages of smoothening. And the skin starts to make natural collagen subsequently. The active ingredients is a serum that fills the lines using hyaluronic acid.

What Are Static Wrinkles And Dynamic Wrinkles?

Static wrinkles are those wrinkles you can quickly notice when the face is relaxed. When your face begins to lose its volume and fullness, it will be manifested as static wrinkles.

Most times, wrinkles can develop on the face indefinitely and no longer fades, these are dynamic wrinkles. Botox is useful for treating such conditions, and you will begin to notice the results after a few weeks. Dermal fillers (Restylane and Juvederm are always in demand by patients who need them to remove creases and fine lines from the face. The serum helps to hydrate the skin and fill up the wrinkles thereby causing it to fade off.

What To Consider When Choosing Treatment Options

Several factors are affecting your choice of the appropriate treatment option, be it Botox or Dermal Fillers. One of which is the dynamics of your facial muscles. The type of deep forehead wrinkles also plays a significant role. In most cases, both treatments can be combined to achieve optimum results.

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Dr. Howard Katz

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