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How Can Smile Lines from Premature Ovarian Failure Be Corrected?
I'm 24 years old, and I've had deep smile lines for as long as I can remember. In the past, I simply accepted them as a minor, tolerable flaw. However, in the last few months, they've become much deeper due to loss of collagen caused by premature ovarian failure. I'd like to know, can these lines be completely corrected? If so, about how much would it cost? Also, will hormone replacement therapy be able to help with the collagen loss? I want to look my age again!