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Frown Lines Around Mouth
What are the risks of mimics and expression impairment following botox treatment for facial wrinkles? I am thinking about botox treatment for facial wrinkles (specifically around the mouth). Having done some research, i was surprised to discover that boto
The risk is real: Botox can reduce facial expressions, but if done correctly the chances are small. Good injectors make sure that there is some movement of the forehead, so that you don't have a frozen look. The risk of injecting Botox around the mouth is that it can cause drooling. Again, if you go with a very experienced injector the risks are lower. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
What is the most effective treatment for deep facial wrinkles around the mouth? The folds that go from my nose to the corners of my mouth are deep, they look as if they are drawn on my face. No amount of foundation helps. What treatments are available to
Which offers a better treatment for facial wrinkles, a fat transfer or a face lift? I have deep wrinkles on my forehead and around my mouth. Will a face lift be effective to get rid of these facial wrinkles, or would injecting fat give me longer lasting r
Wrinkles: Although the technical name for a facelift is rhytidectomy, it does not remove wrinkles, per se. However, by replacing sagging tissues and removing excess skin, some wrinkles are less apparent. After facelift surgery, there is less of an accordion effect of the excess skin falling on itself. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Similar Results: In my experience, both give very similar results. I've had some patients say that Dysport is a bit more natural (i.e. less "frozen") than Botox. Dysport also comes on faster (3-5 days instead of 7-10 with Botox.) I have quite a few patients who request Dysport over Botox and I prefer it when I treat my own lines. FYI you can get a really great deal on Dysport right now with Aspire. (google it) ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Maybe...: The frown lines develop when you repeatedly furrow your brow. This could be in anger, but also when you squint in the sun or when you're concentrating or confused. Everyone is different in how long it takes to develop the lines and how much frowning is needed to cause it, so there really isn't a good correlation between "how angry" someone is and how deep the lines are. ...Read more
What can cause a person to look older than what they really are? Like wrinkles? And frown lines in their 20' s
Can a botox treatment for frown lines make your forehead/face feel any different then if a person didn't have?
Yes: The goal is to relax the muscles not to freeze the face. So initially it will feel different but not in a bad way but more like less stress or relaxed like when you are at peace. Remember , it is not immediate but takes a few days and you may notice a headache in the first day but that is not true all the time. But don't be surprised by it. ...Read more
When i get dysport to decrease forehead frown lines will my skin feel numb later in the day and for weeks longer or not?
Hyperpigmentation in frown lines? Best way to get rid of it without Hydroquinone use. No fillers please.
A facial wrinkle is a small ridge or furrow in the skin caused by age, sun damage, smoking, poor diet, lack of sleep, and repetitive use of certain facial muscles (frown lines, smile lines, crows feet). To minimize wrinkles, eat well, drink plenty of water, get 8 hours of sleep, wear sunscreen daily, wear sunglasses in bright ...Read more