Fine Lines & Wrinkles
Frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles and neck creases are a common result of the aging process and are a result of skin losing elasticity and collagen over time.
Over time, temporary lines we’ve made can remain etched on our skin.
What are the different types?
Dynamic lines are fine lines that result from a lot of activity in the muscles involved in facial expressions. These lines will be apparent while you are making the expression, for example while scowling or squinting in the bright sun but will disappear when your face is neutral.
Static lines are the lines that remain after you’ve made the facial expression and are visible while the face is neutral. Static lines are best treated with a combination of anti-wrinkle injections, resurfacing skin treatments and medical grade skincare.
Deep wrinkles and folds occur when areas with static lines also experience fat loss and facial skin laxity.
The photo shows the before (pictured left) and after (pictured right) of Botox injections for frown lines.
works best on dynamic lines and light static lines.
smooths fine lines and wrinkles and softens creases hyaluronic acid injections.
a non-surgical treatment that prompts skin's natural, collagen-stimulating healing process to improve signs of aging.
NCTF Boost 135HA
smooths fine lines, restores radiance, deeply nourishes the skin and increases the density of skin.
addresses signs of aging, such as fine lines, by stimulating new collagen and elastin production.
combines micro-needling and radiofrequency technologies for advanced skin tightening and rejuvenating effect.
combines the energy of the non-ablative Yag laser with Pixel Q Switch to reduce appearance of wrinkles.
Before and after results of Vbeam for acne and inflammation.
Before and after results of 5G Max Lifting for face lifting and skin brightening.
Before and after results of PicoWay for fading hyperpigmentation.
Before and after results of Botox for masseter muscle reduction.