Wrinkles in the skin are creases, folds, or ridges. As humans grow older, they develop organically. The first wrinkles on a person's face usually form in regions where the skin folds naturally during facial expressions. They form as the skin thins and becomes less elastic over time. Wrinkles also occur on areas of the body that are exposed to the sun the most, such as the face and neck, the backs of the hands, and the arms. Wrinkles are an unavoidable aspect of aging and impact everyone.
What are the treatments available for anti-wrinkle injections?
There are a variety of treatments that can help you decrease fine lines on your skin. More severe procedures, like plastic surgery or filler injections, may be required for deeper wrinkles.
Frequently Asked Questions
Because most patients find the injections to be practically painless, a local anesthetic is rarely required. If you're worried, you can ask for an anesthetic (numbing) cream before the procedure.
Although the effects are noticeable, a treatment will not dramatically alter your face appearance or give you the appearance of having "work done." Our skilled professionals will work with you to get your desired results, resulting in a natural, youthful appearance.