Most skincare products you have probably promised to eliminate wrinkles on your face. While some did little to enhance the wrinkles’ appearance, some achieved a reasonable success level. Aging is an inevitable life phase. Unfortunately, exposure to sunlight dramatically improves the aging process, resulting in the appearance of fine lines in certain areas of your body. Aging-related wrinkles appear on your body parts where exposure to the sun’s rays is most significant, like your neck, face, and the back of your hands. Boca Raton wrinkle relief expert team at Sanctuary Medical Center, led by Dr. Pozner, uses safe and effective neuromodulators to subdue your muscles, causing wrinkles to help you flaunt smooth, voluptuous, and youthful skin.
What prompts wrinkles to appear on your face?
Wrinkles are a natural occurrence with aging. As you grow older, your skin becomes dry, thin, and less elastic, making it susceptible to damage. As a result of thinning, fine lines, creases, and wrinkles start to appear on your skin. You are likely to develop fine lines at a young age when you squint, smile, or frown. Unfortunately, the fine lines develop into deep furrows as you age. While most of the aging factors are beyond your control, your preventive measures could include minimizing your exposure to the sun’s rays and quitting some of your bad habits like smoking. Though the preventative measures your doctor will recommend will not stop you from aging, they could delay wrinkle formation.
The following factors promote wrinkle development:
- Exposure to the sun’s UV rays
- Your body’s reduced levels of subcutaneous fat
- Some treatments and medications
What treatment options will your doctor recommend to eliminate wrinkles?
There are various treatment options a wrinkle specialist could suggest to help eliminate facial wrinkles and they include:
Vitamin A Acid. Your doctor will prescribe the vitamin and advise you to use creams containing tretinoin continuously.
Dermabrasion. The surgical procedure prompts your doctor to control your upper skin’s layers wearing away with a rotating device. The specialist will suggest dermabrasion when dealing with tattoos, acne scars, and fine lines.
Botox injections. Your doctor will use the chemical signals to prevent your muscle from contracting. By injecting small Botox doses on your treatment areas, the muscles in the specific areas tighten. When your muscles tense, your skin will flatten, making the wrinkles less visible.
Chemical peels. The treatment forces your doctor to apply a chemical solution to your treatment areas, causing your dead skin to peel and fall off.
Facelift. Cosmetic surgery entails removing parts of your facial skin and fat to give you a more youthful look.
Fillers. Your aesthetic professional will inject fillers into your deep wrinkles during the cosmetic procedure to give them volume, resulting in plump and glossy skin.
Wrinkles are inevitable with aging. You will initially spot fine lines before they deepen as your skin continues to lose its elasticity. While you are likely to dash for various treatments to eliminate the aging signs, lifestyle changes could help you delay the wrinkles’ appearance. Book an appointment with the experts to learn about treatment options to enhance your wrinkles’ appearance.