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Which Wrinkles Does Botox Treat?

Published on March 18, 2020 by

Wrinkles are an inevitable sign of aging. As you grow older, collagen metabolism in your facial muscles decreases. This, along with increased tone in our facial muscles, are the main cause of wrinkles. There are two kinds of wrinkles you encounter as you age:

  • Static wrinkles: Wrinkles that remain on the surface when your facial muscles are relaxed.
  • Dynamic wrinkles: Wrinkles that show after you give off a facial expression such as smiling or frowning.

 
 
 
 
 
The first kind of wrinkles can be easily resolved with the help of botulinum toxins. This is most commonly found in Botox injections. Listed below are some wrinkles this injectable addresses:

Crow’s Feet

These are wrinkles that branch out from the inner corners of your eyes. They are a result of both static and dynamic wrinkles.

Glabellar Lines

These lines form above your nose and between your eyebrows. They are the result of frowning a lot throughout your lifetime.

Bunny Lines

These wrinkles occur on the bridge of your nose. While they are not noticeable themselves, they become quite prominent when you treat your crow’s feet or glabellar lines. It is recommended that you treat these lines with the former ones.

Chin Dimpling

When your chin starts dimpling, it takes on the appearance of an orange peel. They can be treated quite easily with Botox injections.

Botox injections have been the most common injectables for wrinkles for years. They treat static wrinkles and cause your face to look younger and wrinkle-free.

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