How Do I Get Rid of Frown Lines Around My Mouth?
The frown lines that appear around your mouth are commonly known as nasolabial folds. When they’re overly pronounced, they can make you look tired or older than you are.
No matter what your age, the time may have come that the wrinkles and creases alongside your inner cheeks, stretching from the bottom of your nose to the corners of your mouth, are causing you to feel less confident about your appearance.
There are surgical options to soften these lines, but injectable fillers are a highly effective and much less invasive option. A variety of hyaluronic acid fillers are approved for the treatment of nasolabial folds.
Costs can vary significantly, and some have longer-lasting effects than others, so be sure to have a thorough discussion with your doctor or esthetician before you make any decisions.
How Do I Get Rid of the Creases Between My Eyes?
First, let’s dispel a rumor. Those creases between your eyes aren’t just from frowning. We get them from thinking, worrying and concentrating, too. That’s why almost everyone has them.
Your best option for both preventing them and minimizing their appearance is Botox or another injectable product that does basically the same thing, such as Xeomin or Dysport. Injections of all three of these products block signals from nerves that cause muscles to contract.
As a result, all of these products have a dual function:
- They plump and soften the creases you already have.
- They keep you from developing or deepening those creases.
If you begin using these products in your 20s or 30s, you’ll minimize your chances of developing deep creases in the first place. If you already have creases that are bothering you, getting regular injections of Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport will give you a fresher, more rested appearance.
How Do I Get Rid of Lines On My Forehead?
All of the same injectables are recommended for use on the lines on your forehead. For forehead injections, an ultra-fine needle is used in order to reduce any discomfort, and side effects are rare and minor. They can include bruising, swelling, redness or tenderness around the injection site, but in the rare instances that they occur, they go away within a few days.
You Deserve to Feel Better
We’ve found that most peoples’ decisions to make an appointment for a consultation are the result of being bothered repeatedly by something—often something specific—in their appearance. If this is you, we’re here to help. Schedule a consultation by calling us today at 480-718-9960.