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Skin care for men BOTOX VS. DERMAL FILLERS: WHICH IS BETTER AT FIGHTING WRINKLES? By Katie Fowler, MPAS, PA-C • May 2, 2017 • One Comment Share 13 Tweet +1 Pin botox vs dermal fillers Neurotoxins (such as Botox) and dermal fillers (such as Juvederm and Restylane) are sometimes discussed interchangeably as “injectables”, which are great non-surgical methods for treating fine lines and wrinkles. Indeed these treatments share some similarities: they have the power to create quick and dramatic results, with relatively no pain and no downtime. Fillers and Botox, however, are very different in terms of how they work and which types and severity of wrinkles they treat. BOTOX AND OTHER NEUROTOXINS There are several neuromodulators available for patients – the most popular being Botox, but there are also Dysport and Xeomin. Among various uses, these products are effective at eradicating wrinkles that stem from repeated facial expression including frown lines and crow’s feet. Using low doses of a purified protein, Botox and the other neurotoxins work by temporarily relaxing the underlying facial muscles that cause wrinkles when they contract. When properly injected, with these muscles relaxed, patients can smile, frown, or look surprised without the wrinkles and creases. DERMAL FILLERS Dermal fillers have become one of the most popular tools in the fight against aging. Today, there are many different kinds of dermal fillers, each with the ability to treat various signs of aging like volume loss, overly thin lips, and fine lines and wrinkles. Instead of relaxing facial muscles like Botox, dermal fillers work by adding temporary volume under the skin in order to fill wrinkles and plump the skin.


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