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Understanding the Different Types of Facial Wrinkle Treatments with Injectables
27 Jan' 21

Understanding the Different Types of Facial Wrinkle Treatments with Injectables

 

 

They reduce the function of specific facial muscles to successfully repair prominent forehead creases, brow furrows, or eye lines (crow's feet) caused by specific facial expression muscles repeatedly creasing the skin. The neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, and Jeuveau) are sterile, pure proteins made in the laboratory from the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. Small doses of neurotoxins injected into facial muscles attach to the nerve ends supplying the muscle, preventing nerve impulses from reaching it. It weakens or paralyzes the muscle around it when injected into it. 

 

Previous skin creasing is temporarily reduced or eliminated as a result of the face muscle's weakening or paralysis, and fresh skin creasing is avoided. Botox can take several days to take effect, and in most cases, the effect lasts 3-4 months before complete muscle movement recovers. The treatment can then be repeated as often as needed.  

 

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Injectable fillers are compounds that your doctor might use to replace volume lost in specific areas of your face. When utilized correctly, they can lead to significant and long-lasting improvements. They are not neurotoxin substitutes or alternatives since they address a distinct set of issues: wrinkles that are deeper and creases and folds that aren't caused by muscle movement FDA-approved fillers are continuously evolving, but here are some of the most prevalent fillers in use today:  

  

Hyaluronic Acids are a kind of hyaluronic acid (Juvederm, Restylane, and others). These items are made up of a gel-like substance that can be found in the spaces between our cells in our body. Because this substance is lost as we age, it might be thought of as a kind of replacement therapy. Soft to touch, these fillers are used in the lips and other locations where a softer product is required. They usually don't last as long as some of the other fillers.  

 

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Microspheres of calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA):

This product has a paste-like consistency and is another naturally occurring chemical in our bodies. It's utilized in places that require a thicker, harder filler. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including face augmentation and hand rejuvenation when there is excessive tendon show in the hands due to volume loss. It has been proven in most studies to last slightly longer than hyaluronic acid products.  

  

Poly-L-Lactic Acid is a kind of lactic acid (Sculptra) This is a synthetic polymer that has been utilized in dissolvable suture material for a long time. It works differently than other fillers in that it encourages your body to produce new collagen. It's designed for deeper injection sites like the cheeks. It should not be applied on the eyelids or lips, and should only be used on the temples. It takes numerous injection sessions to get the desired correction, whereas most other fillers can be administered in just one or two sessions.  

  

Fat grafting is a procedure that uses your fat to create a natural-looking facial enlargement. Fat is frequently taken from the abdomen, flanks, or inner thighs, and only about a third of the volume is left following the procedure. Fat grafting can be done again if you want more volume.  

  

During and After Treatment: What to Expect  

 

These procedures take less time in the clinic and have a shorter recovery period than traditional cosmetic surgery procedures. Botulinum toxin therapy takes only a few minutes to administer, and most patients can return home or work right away. The most common side effects are minor local discomfort, redness, bruising, or swelling at the injection sites, which usually go away after a few hours.  

  

Filler injectable therapy, on the other hand, can be completed in 5-15 minutes. Before injecting fillers, it is typical to apply a topical numbing agent to the treatment regions. Mild discomfort, swelling, or bruising at the injection sites as usual, but can be readily concealed with regular make-up. 

 

Fillers may be utilized for fine lines, however, neuromodulators are typically used to treat fine lines. Other fillers are excellent at adding volume to the face. For the best results, either of these conditions may necessitate more than one therapy session. 

 

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