A 48-year-old member asked:
would belotero reduce the heavy lines between by eyebrows?
5 doctor answers • 10 doctors weighed in
Ophthalmology 24 years experience
Most likely.: Lines between the eyebrows & on the lower brow often develop with age and repeat patterns of facial expression. Some are increased based on genetics and environmental exposures, especially sun damage. Many times, initial treatment will be with a muscle relaxing product like Botox which is sometimes used in conjunction with filler-type products for best results, especially when volume is needed.
5260 viewsReviewed Apr 1, 2019
Plastic Surgery 18 years experience
Yes!: Belotero, as well as other facial fillers such as juvederm, reestylane, and perlane, (dermal fillers) can help soften the lines between the eyebrows. It works best when used in conjunction with Botox or dysport.
5220 viewsReviewed >2 years ago
Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Start with botox: ...Then use a filler to take care of remaining wrinkles that are present "at rest". Any of the ha gels can work for this purpose - restylane, (dermal fillers) juvederm or belotero.
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ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 24 years experience
Glabellar lines: That area is best treated with a neurotoxin.
3483 viewsAnswered >2 years ago
Cosmetic Surgery 37 years experience
Belotero: Botox will help reduce the heavy lines between the eyebrows. Belotero Balance® is a hyaluronic acid based filler used to temporarily smooth out and fill in moderate-to-severe nasolabial folds (the folds or wrinkles that go from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth). Individual results may vary. Results can last about 6 months or more.
2614 viewsAnswered >2 years ago
Last updated Apr 1, 2019
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