Is There Any Other Way to Get Rid of the Wrinkles Rather Than Injecting Neurotoxin Products?

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There are many options. I would recommend following up with a reputable Aesthetic provider for a consult.

Many Ways to Treat Wrinkles Besides Botox

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There are a lot of ways to treat wrinkles, and we would recommend you see a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon to evaluate your wrinkles and to come up with a treatment plan that works with you. This should involve a skin care program and a sunscreen without question. Then, depending on your wrinkles, you and your clinician can determine whether a filler, a particular laser procedure, a skin tightening procedure or something else is the best plan for you.

Michael Gold, MD
Nashville Dermatologic Surgeon
3.9 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

Treatment for wrinkles

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Superficial wrinkles can be treated with quality skin care products containing Retin-A, such as Renova®(available by prescription) or Vitamin C, such as Obagi® serum, or by growth factor creams, such as Regenica® (available at your aesthetic dermatologis's office). Superficial wrinkles may also be successfully resurfaced using the Fraxel® laser, particularly around the eyes and mouth. Deeper wrinkles can be filled, particularly in the lower face by hyaluronic acid filers such as Belotero®, Restylane® or Juvederm®.

Manjula Jegasothy, MD
Miami Dermatologist

Wrinkle Reducer

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The best way to eliminate "dynamic" wrinkles is Xeomin.  These are wrinkles that form when you smile or frown or raise your eye brows.  For "static" wrinkes, which are wrinkles that are there when your face is at rest, the best answer is some sort of resurfacing with a laser or chemical peel.

Jessica Lattman, MD
New York Oculoplastic Surgeon
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Neuromodulators in combination with other cosmetic treatments can help get rid of wrinkles.

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There are two types of wrinkles: 1) Dynamic wrinkles, which means wrinkles that appear only when you move, and; 2) Static wrinkles, which are wrinkles that are always showing when you are at rest and not moving. There is also deep creasing, such as the deep "smile lines" around your mouth, which is caused by volume loss. 

A neuromodulator such as Xeomin, Botox, or Dysport can help to relax your muscles and prevent dynamic lines. Over time, they may also improve the appearance of static lines, but sometimes the lines are etched in too deeply to be corrected by a neuromodulator. In this case, your doctor can add some filler to smooth away the fine lines - the best product for this is currently Belotero.

A more involved approach would be laser resurfacing, which can include non-ablative fractional (like Fraxel re:store) to carbon dioxide ablative fractional (like Fraxel re:pair). Downtime is more significant for these treatments but in general these provide the most improvement for fine lines.

A combination of all these treatments and good skincare and sun protection can provide you with the best results! 

Please be sure to visit a reputable board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon to make sure that you have optimal results.

I hope this helps!

Andrea Hui, MD
San Francisco Dermatologic Surgeon

Is There Any Other Way to Get Rid of the Wrinkles Rather Than Injecting Neurotoxin Products?

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Yes, there are a variety of options. The best option really depends upon what the wrinkles are caused by. Some wrinkles are caused by muscle activity. (Crow's feet, frown lines at the "11"s, forehead wrinkles) These are the ones ideally treated with neurotoxins. The wrinkles around the mouth are volume issues that can be treated with fillers. Other fine lines and wrinkles can improve with smoothing with lasers, peels, etc.

Eric Desman, MD
Alexandria Plastic Surgeon

Getting Rid of Wrinkles Other Than Xeomin or Neurotoxin

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Thank you for your question.

Yes, a combination of injectable fillers and laser resurfacing can help fix wrinkles. However, if the muscles underneath the skin are very active, then the wrinkles are likely to come back.

To be sure what might be right for you, see two or more board certified and experienced plastic surgeons in your area for a full and complete evaluation.

I hope this helps.

J. Jason Wendel, MD, FACS
Nashville Plastic Surgeon
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Getting Rid of Wrinkles Xeomin

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There are a variety of ways to get rid of wrinkles depending on there location, cause and severity. For very fine lines and wrinkles skin care with a retinol may help. Moderate wrinkles can be treated with laser resurfacing. More severe wrinkles and loose skin usually require surgery. Xeomin and other neurotoxins are effective at treating wrinkles that are caused by muscle activity.

Xeomin injections over Botox in Los Angeles

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Xeomin is an excellent modality to treat dynamic wrinkles and our office recommends the injections for first-timers over Botox. 

Raffy Karamanoukian MD FACS

Los Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 95 reviews

How to Minimize Wrinkles

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There are many ways to minimize the appearance of wrinkles without injections! Depending on your individual skin condition and the types of wrinkles you have, laser skin resurfacing with ablative or a series of non-ablative fractionated lasers may be a good option. Ulthera skin tightening is also another way to minimize wrinkles and tighten skin without injections or surgery. High quality skin care products are also important in maintaining youthful looking skin. I suggest you visit a board-certified dermatologist for a consultation.

Mitchel P. Goldman, MD
San Diego Dermatologic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 26 reviews

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