Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Two Wrinkle Types: Two Solutions

By:  Dave Stringham
http://www.lookingyourbest.com

types of facial wrinkles: dynamic and static. Dynamic lines appear at a young age. They are the lines that form when a facial expression is made. This is because the underlying facial muscle contracts to form the appearance of a facial line. People may relate to such lines as anger lines, worry lines, surprise lines, and smile lines. Static lines may develop without muscle contraction and may also be the consequence of the frequent formation of dynamic lines. With age, dynamic lines evolve into static lines.
Facial Fillers and Injectables
Dynamic Facial Lines: Botox significantly reduces the appearance of dynamic facial lines, including: certain forehead lines, lines between the brows, crow's feet and lines above the upper lip.
Static Facial Lines: Injectable Facial Fillers such as Restylane and Sculptura reduce the appearance of deep static lines such as smile lines.
Anti-Aging Aesthetics
Facial Fillers and Injectables cannot solve all anti-aging problems. The slowed natural skin renewal process has an impact on facial wrinkling. Sun damage contributes to facial wrinkles. Skin conditions play a role in the appearance of an aging face. Lifestyle habits such as smoking and diet affect facial aging. Gravity produces sagging to an aged face. This is why other treatments may be required to improve facial aging, including:
Medical Grade Skincare: Cleansers, toners, exfoliators, moisturizers, and under eye creams found at plastic surgeons' office offer advanced techniques to improve the signs of aging. Topical retinoids, vitamin C, alpha hydroxyl acids, and polypeptides fit into the medical grade skincare category as well.
Skin Resurfacing: Microdermabrasion, chemical peels, thermal skin resurfacing, ablative and non-ablative lasers are all techniques used to improve the appearance of facial wrinkles and aging.
Facial Implants: There are chin and cheek implants to improve the appearance of wrinkles and facial hollowness.
Facelift or Mid-Face Lift: Facelift, also known as the Mid-Face Lift, removes excessive skin and tightens underlying muscles from the cheek to the neck.
Forehead or Brow Lift: Forehead or Brow Lift reduces facial lines that are at rest and lifts droopy eyebrows.
Nose Surgery: Rhinoplasty may lift the nose tip, reshape the nose, augment or reduce an aging nose.
Upper and/or Lower Eye Lid Surgery or Blepharoplasty: Eye lid surgery removes excessive skin and fat pads on the eyelids.
Neck Lift: Neck lift improves the appearance of platysmal neck bands and a sagging neck.

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