I Have Deep Glabella Lines Between my Eyes. Will Juvedurm Work Without Botox?
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Lines between the eyes. Botox vs. Juvederm
In this area, Botox is my first line of defense. We wait two weeks to see the effects and then follow with filler if needed.
Botox/Filler combo works
Whether Juvederm would work in the glabellar area would depend on the depth of the lines. If they are superficial Juvederm will work. However, even in this circumstance, Botox will work better. It relaxes the muscles that cause these lines. Juvederm is usually used to complement the Botox injections rather than to replace them.
If Juvederm is placed there be sure your injector is an experienced physician. If the injections are too deep, dire consequences may result. Such as embolism of the material into the Retinal artery causing blindness or compression of the vasulature caused necrosis.
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I Have Deep Glabella Lines Between my Eyes. Juvedurm Work Without Botox.
Very hard to answer because you failed to post a photo. So my guess is not really because you are only addressing the depression in the dermis not the muscular action on the "11's". That is treated by the Botox injections. Seek in person opinions.
Deep glabella line
I usually start off with Botox and see how it works. If the line is still prominent, I may consider a filler like Juvaderm or Perlane. But this is used off-label.
Can Glabella wrinkles be treated Only with Juvederm Without Botox?
Regarding: "I Have Deep Glabella Lines Between my Eyes. Will Juvedurm Work Without Botox? "
Juvederm FILLS the tissue void under wrinkles and lifts them while Botox weakens the muscles whose contractions cause the wrinkles. Placing Juvederm under the glabella wrinkles will smooth them somewhat but muscle contractions will squeeze it out like a fist squeezing a tube of tooth paste. That is why we combine the treatments; to weaken the muscle, smooth the wrinkle and prolong the effect
Dr. Peter Aldea
Juvederm for glabella
a filler such as Juvederm or Restylane can fill then lines between the eyebrows without Botox, but the Juvederm may last longer if Botox minimizes the muscle movement, and Botox is the treatment of choice before the fillers for this area. Care must be taken to not inject too much material of the filler because of risk of ulceration in this area.
Improvement will be more noticeable with both
There is a synergy of benefits with neuromodulation with Botox and Dysport (to relax the lines) and dermal fillers like Juvederm and Restylane (to replace lost or damaged collagen). Using both will make the filler work much better and longer. This has been proven in clinical studies. Good Luck.
Juvederm plus Botox for complete result on deep lines
The cause of the deep furrows that develop between the eyebrows is muscle hyperactivity, so the first logical step is usually Botox. Juvederm and other fillers help with lines that are 'etched" into the skin, so they are most often done with Botox for that specific area. Juvederm alone can help in some cases but it doesn't address the underlying problem completely.
Botox and Juvederm both help lines between your eyes
The deep lines between your eyes are most likely due to the action of muscles in your brow that contract when you frown. After years of making that expression you probably also have permanent winkles in that area even when your muscles are relaxed.
To get to the root of the problem, your best bet is Botox (or its cousin Dysport). That will keep the muscles that are making the lines from making things worse. To fill in the lines that are left even when the muscles are relaxed, Juvederm works well.
If the lines are very deep, you will probably get the best result with both Botox and Juvederm because each treats a different part of the problem.
However if you want to choose one, Botox is probably your best bet. You'll get the best answer, customized to your specific problem, by seeing good doctor who is experienced in both of these treatments.
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