What type of treatment is recommended for the effective but non-surgical removal of wrinkles around the eyes? Will Botox ensure a better result than other dermal fillers?
Depending on your condition, a combination between Botox and dermal fillers may be what you need. A loss of volume to the temples and tear trough area, combined with fine lines is best treated with both of these alternatives. Dermal fillers can restore volume and support, because they fill the area which surrounds your tear troughs which causes you shadows and dark circles under and around the eyes and Botox is the one that softens your wrinkles (let’s take for example the crow’s feet wrinkles that appear in the corner of the eyes).
Also, keep in mind that not only age can affect your skin but also stress, worries and excessive sun exposure. The suitable treatment can be best decided by a specialist after a thorough consultation, both ensured at our Renew Skin & Health Clinic branch in Manchester. Neither one of these treatments is not a bad choice and none will cause you damage. They are both safe, painless, scarless and non-invasive procedures whose effects wear off in time, despite the fact that fillers can last up to 12 months or more and Botox from 3-6 months, depending on the severity of your wrinkles, the amount injected and your skin’s capacity to fully absorb the filler, either Botox or hyaluronic acid. So, people in Manchester can be sure to receive the treatment that best suits them at Renew Skin & Health Clinic as our practitioners are fully qualified and have a vast experience in the field, and after the consultation will know exactly which treatment will provide you with the best results.
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