SkinTyte or Botox?
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Choosing between SkinTyte and Botox.
Botox and other treatment options
Botox in great for treated dynamic wrinkles caused by muscle activity. It can be used to improve horizontal forehead lines, crow's feet, frown lines, vertical lip lines, and plastymal bands (on the neck). There are other indications as well, too many to name. SkinTyte is a totally difference procedure. It is a nonsurgical skin tightening procedure and will not help with dynamic wrinkles. It is hard to tell you which one you need more without photos. And remember, sometimes, combination treatments works best. For example, it is not uncommon for me to address dynamic wrinkles with Botox, static lines and volume loss with fillers, and photodamage with a laser, all in one treatment session. See an experienced aesthetic physician for an in-person evaluation. The physician should be able to help you decide what you need more.
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Skin Tightening procedure versus Botox
It is difficult to suggest the best treatment on a limited budget without a photo. Thermage is great for tightening the skin around the lower neck, jowls, and face to produce new collagen and rejuvenate the face. Botox works well on the neck for platysmal bands and the crow's feet of the eyes and the creases in the forehead. It really depends on what areas bother you more. An expert should be able to help guide you. Best, Dr. Green
Treating wrinkles with Botox and SkinTyte
Thank you for your question blink4. Botox and SkinTyte are great cosmetic treatments for various concerns. Botox is a purified protein used to address wrinkles associated with facial expression such as those on the forehead and around the eyes. Botox can also be used to treat the vertical bands on the neck. For horizontal wrinkles on the neck a tightening treatments such as SkinTyte, Ultherapy, or radiofrequency provide good results. Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
Botox and the neck
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