As time passes, we begin to see life's adventures, good and bad, appear one wrinkle at a time on our skin, growing deeper and deeper throughout the years. Starting to age is inevitable, natural and irreversible. However, that doesn't mean that there is nothing to be done about it. You've probably heard about options like neurotoxins (which include Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeauveau) and dermal fillers before, but how do you know which, if either, is suitable for you? Continue reading to learn about the differences between neurotoxins and dermal fillers.
According to the 2017 American Society of Plastic Surgeons, surgical lip augmentation has increased five percent since 2016 and 60 percent since 2000. Additionally, soft tissue fillers have increased by 312 percent since 2000. Why are lip fillers becoming more popular?
Fillers restore youthful fullness to your lips, face and hands. This cosmetic treatment is valid for a variety of reasons, such as removing scars, minimizing fine lines, erasing fine lines, shaping rotund lips and more.
If you are interested in finding out more about the lip filler procedure and what you should do before the procedure, continue reading below.
Some say, "if you don't have wrinkles, you haven't laughed enough." What do you think? We think you can cultivate many laughs while having a wrinkle-free appearance - with Neurotoxins like Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Newtox, etc, the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment received each year.
There are many benefits to receiving a neurotoxin treatment. While there are no severe side effects when using the dermatologist prescribed dose, a patient could still experience mild symptoms.
Continue reading to discover more about neurotoxins and other cosmetic procedures we offer at The Dermatology Center for Skin Health, PLLC.
Have you been thinking about ways to look and feel younger? If you are healthy, a non-smoker, have realistic treatment goals in mind and maintain good skin health, then you are the right candidate for dermal fillers.
Read more below to learn about dermal fillers and if they are safe for your skin.