Will Botox remove wrinkles on the forehead?
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Botox for the forehead
Will Botox remove forehead wrinkles?
Will Botox remove wrinkles on the forehead? = Botox alone will NOT #fb #botox #wrinkles
Deep wrinkles in the forehead are usually the result of contraction of the forehead muscle and cracks on the forehead skin itself.
Botox by weakening the forehead muscle, can improve the deep wrinkles in the forehead, but won't remove them because the problem also resides in the skin itself
Weep forehead wrinkles could potentially disappear if treated with dermal fillers like Belotero in addition of Botox.
Dermal fillers like Belotero, by filing the skin wrinkle itself can significantly improve and sometime remove deep wrinkles i the forehead.
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Please consult a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who has significant cosmetic injection experience. Novice injectors often inject just the forehead and make your eyelids / eyebrows feel heavy or droop. If deep static lines are the issue, you may need other options.
Best of luck,
Suneel Chilukuri, M.D.
Thank you for your question.
Botox works by weakening the muscles that cause wrinkles. Based on your goals, you may want to consider a combination of both Botox and a dermal filler. Injected dermal filler focus on restoring volume and rejuvenating the look of your features.
I recommend you book a consultation with a qualified injector, to discuss your options.
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Thank you for your question. Botox works great by relaxing the muscle which is causing your wrinkles. Botox works about 3-7 days after the injections and only lasts 3-6 months. It is best to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to find your best treatment option. Best of luck
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