I have fine horizonal lines that run across my entire forehead and deeper vertical wrinkles. Would a combination of laser treatments and fillers or botox treat the wrinkles. If not, what would work best to treat this type of wrinkles?
Fine Horizontal Lines and Deep Wrinkles Across Forehead
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Treatment of horizontal wrinkles across the forehead
In most cases the primary treatment for transverse wrinkles across the the forehead would be the use of Botox or Dysport, which would relax the hyperactive muscles of the forehead and relax the wrinkles. Depending on the severity of the wrinkles other treatments such as skin resurfacing (laser or chemical peels), fillers (Restylane, Juvederm) or surgical procedures (forehead or brow lift) could be considered.
All are good options
All the tools you describe are great options for the right condition.
Botox or Dysort are great for dynamic wrinkles(formed by muscle movement).
Fillers work more for static wrinkles (Formed by gravity and loss of elasticity of the skin or loss of volume).
Laser works for sun blemishes and superficial and deep layers of the skin depending which type of laser are used.
Hope that helped!
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Without a photo or physical examination it is impossible to say from just your description. Botox works well on dynamic lines that are caused by muscle movement and are not too deep. Other types of lines may be helped by botox but require additional types of treatments. Adynamic lines which have nothing to do with muscle movement are not affected by botox and injecting them with botox would be a waste of money.
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