Fight Aging with Injectables and Fillers

Published on: September 8, 2018

There are many changes that happen on your face that make you look older. Lines and wrinkles appear around the eyes, on the forehead and surrounding your mouth. You can start to look tired as your cheeks droop, causing bags under your eyes. Lips can become thin in comparison to the plump lips of your youth. What can you do to stop the signs of aging on your face? One option is fighting back with injectables and fillers to turn back the hands of time.

Botox, Juvederm, Radiesse and Restylane are some of the name-brand injectables and fillers that can improve the appearance of your skin as you begin to see signs of aging. Each has their own benefit – some fill in fine lines or wrinkles, while others also help increase collagen production in the skin. Some of the basic benefits of these options include:

  • Botox. For frown or brow lines, Botox is the leading option for softening this area of the face. Botox restricts muscle movement to stop lines on the brow and around the eyes.
  • Juvederm. As a dermal filler, Juvederm can fill in small lines or be used to plump lips – there are different formulas for different uses.
  • Radiesse. Another facial filler, Radiesse injection can fill in lines and wrinkles or add volume to the lips; plus, it helps enhance collagen production.
  • Restylane. For deep laugh lines around the mouth, Restylane Defyne can fill and smooth these lines – there are other formulas for different skin treatments.

If you are interested in learning more about injectable anti-aging cosmetic procedures, schedule a consultation with a plastic surgeon. Most facial plastic surgeons offer non-surgical options like injectables for their patients who want to look younger without surgery.

Posted on behalf of:
Sanaz Harirchian, M.D.
9230 Katy Fwy Suite 600
Houston, TX 77055

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