A 36-year-old member asked:
whats a good non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?
4 doctor answers • 11 doctors weighed in
Internal Medicine 50 years experience
Prevention important: Most important is prevention of wrinkles from occurring; clean, moisturize, limit sun exposure over a lifetime, particular during youth (loss of elastic tissue). Smoking? Can c wrinkles across room. Various retinols. A whole bunch of products promise a lot, deliver a little. Botox, yes, but must redo repeatedly. Dermatologist will pitch their products, but go anyway to learn approach for life.
Facial Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Skin resurfacing: Retin-a, botox, facial fillers and skin resurfacing are all office based procedures that help with facial wrinkles.
Cosmetic Surgery 31 years experience
Many options: Ultimately depends on the location and amount of wrinkles. There are various treatments for facial wrinkles. Topical retinoids reduce fine lines-retin-a. Neuromodulator treatments include botox/dysport/xeomin. Hla fillers, laser and light source, radio frequency, high intensity ultrasound (ultherapy), fillers, peels, microdermabration & surgery.Consult a cosmetic surgeon to determine best for you.
Plastic Surgery 30 years experience
Botox: Botox is a great nonsurgical treatment for wrinkles.
A 37-year-old member asked:
Whats a non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?
2 doctor answers • 5 doctors weighed in
Dermatology 36 years experience
Wrinkle treatment: There are soooo many! in fact, almost all wrinkle treatments are nonsurgical. Surgery helps more for loose and saggy skin then it does wrinkles. Popular wrinkle treatments, all non-surgical are: botox, juvederm, radiesse, (dermal fillers) artefill, fraxel laser, pelleve, chemical peels, micro needling, etc.
Last updated Aug 23, 2020
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