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The signs of aging can make men and women feel self-conscious in their own skin. However, thanks to continued advances in dermatological care, patients now have a way of reducing the appearance of these fine lines and wrinkles without the need for extensive and pricey plastic surgery. Instead, many patients are enjoying facial rejuvenation with solutions such as neuromodulator injectables.
Neuromodulators can be injected into muscles to relax them and limit their contractions. Common brands of neuromodulator injectables include Botox, Xeomin and Dysport. We encourage patients to take the time to learn about the ways in which they can address facial imperfections with treatments to the muscles.
Botox, Xeomin and Dysport help smooth the skin by reducing muscle contractions on specific areas of the face such as around the eyes and on the forehead. This reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By doing this, patients can look more youthful and enjoy improved aesthetics. All of these neuromodulators have been approved by the FDA for cosmetic enhancement. Our team works closely with patients to determine if neuromodulators can be used to improve their appearance or if they may benefit from other injectables such as dermal fillers.
These injections work wonders on crow’s feet. Patients who are interested in reducing the appearance of the fine lines around the eyes may be told that neuromodulators can help tremendously. Other solutions may include dermal fillers or a combination of both, for optimum results. These options are discussed with patients when they visit our practice for assistance.
At the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, we are pleased to offer treatments available from board certified dermatologist, Dr. Cheryl Burgess. If you are interested in comprehensive, quality care from an experienced professional, contact our practice today to book a consultation visit and examination with our team. We welcome men and women, into our state-of-the-art practice!