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How Many Units of Botox are Needed for Forehead Wrinkles?

How Many Units of Botox are Needed for Forehead Wrinkles?
May 9th 2018
The use of Botox is only FDA-approved for treating glabellar lines, also known as the 11 lines, between the eyebrows. It is not illegal to use it in other areas, though, such as in the forehead and facial areas that are prone to dynamic expression lines. Physicians may use it off-label to treat other areas, as long as they are trained and licensed to inject botulinum neurotoxin. Patients who seek treatment for the horizontal lines in their forehead would often ask for additional injections in their glabellar lines. The broad muscle that extends above the brows to the hairline is called the frontalis muscle. It is the muscle responsible in elevating the brows. A skilled physician must adjust his or her technique to suit the patient’s anatomy and goals. People may have a slightly different contraction of their frontalis. That’s why wrinkles in this area may look different from person to person. How Many Units of Botox are Needed for Forehead Wrinkles? There is no standar ...

What is the Difference Between Restylane vs. Juvederm?

What is the Difference Between Restylane vs. Juvederm?
May 8th 2018
What is Restylane? Restylane is a brand of dermal fillers designed and produced by Q-Med. This brand is well known for its active ingredient—non-animal stabilized hyaluronic Acid (NASHA)—used across its wide range of products. The hyaluronic acid is harvested from fermenting bacterial cultures and purified to be free from disease-causing contaminants. The range includes:   Restylane Skinboosters: This collection of homogenised aesthetic solutions is intended to boost exhausted and dehydrated skin via biorevitalization process. Restylane Lyps: As the name suggests, this filler is perfect for plumping and sculpting the lips. Restylane: This filler is made of intermediate sized NASHA particles, perfect for treating moderate wrinkles. Restylane Lyft: The fillers in this collection contain large NASHA particles to volumise more severe facial creases like nasogenian furrows as well as hollowed regions. Restylane SubQ: This class of implants contains the large ...

Benefits & Side Effects of Hyaluronic Acid Injectable Dermal Fillers

Benefits & Side Effects of Hyaluronic Acid Injectable Dermal Fillers
May 8th 2018
What is a hyaluronic acid injectable dermal filler? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a highly sought-after ingredient in the medical and cosmetic industries. These complex carbohydrate molecules have been researched upon for decades and are found to deeply hydrate cells. Hyaluronic acid-based injectable fillers refer to aesthetic implants that are administered intradermally to correct skin problems such as wrinkles and sunken areas. Some globally renowned brands of HA fillers include Restylane and Belotero. Though they are reserved for aesthetic procedures, the fillers can only be implanted by a professional with vast experience in dermal filler injection techniques. What are the benefits of hyaluronic acid injectable fillers? A benefit of hyaluronic acid injectable fillers is that they are tissue-friendly and biodegradable. Since HA exists naturally in the human body, fillers with this material are well-tolerated with minimal risk of rejection. Besides that, HA injectables will be metab ...