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Botox vs. Fillers: Which Is Right for Me?
Wednesday, 03 February 2021

There are now hundreds of cosmetic injectables on the market, and those products can quickly and safely address a wide array of cosmetic issues. If you think that you might be interested in injectable treatments, then you are probably wondering which product is right for you. Even though Botox is one of the most popular injectable treatments, facial fillers can be incredibly effective as well. Here is a closer look at how these two types of injectables work and some signs that you might be a good candidate.

Understanding Damaged Skin

 
Your skin is one of your most resilient organs, but that tissue must stand up to quite a bit of damage over the years. Even if you go to great lengths to protect the outer layers of your skin, you will still probably develop at least a few imperfections as you grow older. Everything from powerful UV rays to harsh beauty products can damage your skin, and that often results in fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, and other cosmetic issues. When those blemishes develop, it will be very difficult for you to get rid of them on your own. While you can mask them with expensive beauty products, there may come a point when you need to seek out professional assistance. Botox injections and other similar treatments will quickly and safely rejuvenate your appearance and restore your youthful beauty.
 

A Look at Botox

 
Over the last few decades, Botox injections have continued to be one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world, and millions of doses are administered every year. When Botox was first being studied, doctors believed that it would be a great option for various eye disorders. After that product is injected into the skin, it immediately blocks nerve impulses, and that can help with a wide array of problems around the eyes, and that includes involuntary twitching. Doctors also realized that Botox seemed to help with dynamic wrinkles throughout the face because it stops muscles from automatically clenching.
 
In most cases, Botox is used to treat wrinkles around the eyes, but it is also a good option for deep forehead wrinkles that are caused by tensed muscles. Depending on the severity of the wrinkles, the effects of Botox can last for up to six months. That being said, most patients need to schedule follow-up treatments every three to four months. This product can also be combined with a variety of other treatments, and that includes fillers.
 

Facial Fillers

 
Injectable fillers are more popular than ever, and those products can treat a myriad of cosmetic issues throughout the face. While facial fillers can minimize or completely erase wrinkles, they aren’t a good option for dynamic wrinkles that are caused by clenched muscles. Instead of immobilizing the underlying muscles, fillers will physically add volume to the face. As you grow older, some of the fatty tissue throughout your face could begin to disappear, and that can result in fine lines around the mouth, deep folds near the nose, sunken cheeks, and loose jowls. Fillers will restore that lost tissue and stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin.
 

Rejuvenating Your Face

 
If you are interested in rejuvenating your appearance but aren’t ready for an invasive operation, then you might want to speak with a cosmetic surgeon about injectable treatments. Those products are more effective than ever, and they can help you address a wide array of blemishes throughout the face. You can also combine various injectables to treat multiple imperfections during a single appointment.
 
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