Everyone develops wrinkles at some point in their life. Wrinkle development can be delayed with the right lifestyle and skin protection, but they are an unfortunate fact of life. Wrinkles become deeper and deeper as we get older and continue making our everyday expressions – but they can be treated effectively and safely with dermal fillers! The board-certified dermatologists at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology in San Diego are experts at treating deep wrinkles while allowing the patient to retain a natural appearance. Patients who visit Cosmetic Laser Dermatology need not worry about leaving looking “frozen” or unnatural!

Treating Deep Wrinkles

Deep wrinkles can be treated with neuromodulators, dermal fillers, or a combination of both, depending on the type and depth of the wrinkle. Dynamic wrinkles, such as crow’s feet or frown lines are best treated with a neuromodulator, such as Botox, which will target the root cause by relaxing the specific muscles that create the wrinkles, allowing them to smooth out and future wrinkling is prevented. Static wrinkles, on the other hand, that are not caused by specific muscle contractions, are best treated with dermal fillers. Static wrinkles include marionette lines and laugh lines. In cases where dynamic wrinkles have already become too deep and Botox can only go so far, dermal fillers can help to smooth any remaining wrinkles.

Deep wrinkles can cause distress to men and women both who don’t like the reminder of their age. With Botox and dermal fillers, deep wrinkles can be smoothed out and people can look on the outside how they feel on the inside: young, dynamic, and vibrant. There is no need to let wrinkles take over your face when we live in a society so technologically advanced and there are so many safe and effective options to reduce their appearance.

Reshape & Tighten Your Neck With ThermiSculpt
In this webinar, Dr. Groff will educate you on how the experts at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology can provide life-changing results without surgery through ThermiSculpt.

Speaker: Dr. William F. Groff
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 30th, 2024 at 5:30 pm PST / 8:30 pm EST

Register here.