There are many cosmetic laser and non-invasive treatment options available today to reduce the signs of aging whether you are 28 or 78. Most renew the skin by targeting collagen and elastin, the building blocks that weaken as we age and cause fine lines and wrinkles to form.
In looking for wrinkle treatments the most important thing is finding the right wrinkle solution that matches your face wrinkle. There are a few different types of wrinkles: dynamic wrinkles, static wrinkles, and wrinkle folds. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by contraction of muscles that are attached to the overlying skin. Each muscle contraction causes the skin to bunch together, forming lines between the bulk of the muscle. The most common locations for dynamic wrinkles are between the eyebrows, forehead wrinkles, and on the cheeks near the outer corners of the eyes, referred to as ‘crow’s feet‘. It follows, then, that weakening these muscles will cause a reduction in the severity of the facial wrinkles, or can prevent them altogether when muscle weakening is done before wrinkles form.
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Many people have a some or all the different types of wrinkles. Regardless of your wrinkle type and your desired degree of correction, there is a solution available for you. Wrinkle treatment products and devices we use at Facial Rejuvenation FL are Botox, Dysport, Bellafill, Restylane, Juvederm Family, Radiesse, Aerolase Laser, Microneedling, Clear + Brilliant and PDO Threads.
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Q: So my nasolabial folds are much more prominent due to it. I’m very interested in having Bellafill injected in my cheeks. However I’m scared to do too much since it’s permanent. Is one syringe ok to start with (half on each side)? Or is that a waste of...
Q: Hello I'm not very happy with the size of my chin since I feel that it is not proportional to the rest of my profile, but I don’t want to get an implant(a least for now) Are the fillers an option??? If is Yes the answer may I ask the approximate price...
Q:I am thirty now and have been lucky so far that my face is "youthful". I have a couple of deepening horizontal lines on my upper forehead that I am considering filling. Also, I have a "bumpy" forehead. Nothing Wrong with my skin, this is just the cranial bone. I...