How To Reduce Wrinkles Without Surgery?

Would you like to smooth away those unwelcome facial wrinkles without surgery? Non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures are more popular than ever, and many people are interested in finding out how to reduce wrinkles without surgery. There are now a range of non-surgical options available, but dermal fillers and wrinkle reduction injectables are among the most popular choices.

Reducing wrinkles with dermal fillers
Dermal fillers are clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and provide natural looking facial enhancement. Fillers can be used to soften stubborn nasolabial folds (folds that run from the corner of the nose to the side of the mouth), marionette lines (lines that extend from the corner of the mouth downward), and vertical lip lines.

Fillers work by plumping up the affected area, so as to increase volume and lift the skin.

Reducing wrinkles with injectables
Wrinkle reducing injectables such as botox and dysport are well-known solutions for dynamic facial wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles develop due to muscle movement such as frowning and squinting. Botox and dysport are different brands of botulinum toxin type A. They are used to soften the appearance of dynamic facial wrinkles i.e. crow’s feet, forehead lines, and frown lines.

Botox and dysport work by relaxing the activity of specific facial muscles, and this causes the overlying wrinkles to soften over time.

Dermal fillers and injectables are administered using ultra-fine needles, and the treatment is virtually painless. There may be some redness and mild swelling after the procedure, but this is usually short-lived.

Are you ready to try a non-surgical solution for wrinkles? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA area, Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting P.C. is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.plymouthmeetingdermatology.com, or by calling (610) 828-0400.

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