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Frequently asked questions about stress line injections
How do frown line injections work?
The muscles that control movement across your forehead are called the frontalis and corrugator muscles (see facial muscle diagram, right). These work together to do many things for your face - including lifting your brow by pulling upwards, and furrowing the brow using a downward pulling motion. Through strategic placement of anti-wrinkle injections into the muscles, horizontal lines across the forehead and vertical lines between the eyebrows can be removed or softened. Muscle relaxing injections allow the skin in the effected areas to essentially relax, creating the appearance of fewer lines and wrinkles.
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Are there any side effects of frown line injections?
How often will I need maintenance treatments?
Do stress line injection hurt?
How much improvement will I get from forehead wrinkle reduction injections?
For these lines, Dr Sharp recommends working on the skin’s surface and collagen/elastin with Fraxel laser – or Dermapen microneedling to stimulate the skin’s own anti-ageing response and improve skin condition in these areas.
It’s important to remember that dynamic lines (that appear when you move) usually form into static lines and wrinkle (which are always there, even when you aren’t moving) over time as the face ages. It’s never too late to reduce static lines, most people always achieve some improvement even with deep established static lines, however preventative action with the subtle use of injectables to reduce dynamic lines can help to prevent static lines from forming.
Can I treat only the forehead or do I have to have my entire upper face treated?
Can dermal fillers also be used in the forehead?
Dermal fillers are sometimes used in the upper face region, but typically to replace lost volume in the temporal (temples) area and just inside the eyebrows to restore lost tissue and soften the bony orbital rim around the eyebrows. In some cases where there are extremely deep vertical lines between the brows and evidence of volume loss in this area, a small amount of dermal filler may be applied to plump-out deep wrinkles.
Do I need frown line injections or a blepharoplasty?
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