Any suggestions for procerus muscle? (photos)
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Glabella Treatment - Fillers, Botox, Brow Lifting
Deep Lines Between the Eyebrows
Hello! Thank you for your question, and for sharing your photos. The answer to your question is that yes - there are things that can be done for a line such as yours. As several of the other physicians here noted - Botox will help a line above the bridge of the nose - but it takes several treatments, over the course of about 9 months to see the full effect. I suspect that you will need a relatively high dose - 20-24 units - in your procerus and corregators, and a bit of patience. :) After about 9-12 months, if you are not satisfied, a small amount of a filler such as Juvederm can be place in that line to lift it the rest of the way to the surface. I hope that helps, and good luck!
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The crease you have can be treated by using Botox to relax the muscle motion , and then I would add a filler to the area to fill in the transverse line. You may want to do this incrementally so you can gauge the results. Hope this helps.
Transverse nasal crease
It can be difficult to treat and make perfect but it should be able to make it dramatically better fairly easily. Botox to the crows feet and frown area (glabella) both serve to lift the eyebrows and can take a very long time done alone to correct a deep etched in crease. If combined with a filler, which only frequently needs to be done once in the deep crease, the line improves dramatically. Then if you continue just with the Botox. the crease should stay much better if not near perfect. Good luck.
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