Improving the signs of ageing with wrinkle reduction injections
Getting older is something that comes to us all, and a part of growing older is developing signs of ageing within the skin, including sagging and wrinkles. This is an element of the ageing process that most of us are unhappy with, and as a result, many people look for a solution to their ageing skin. Wrinkle reduction injections including dermal fillers and muscle relaxing injections can offer this solution.
There are plenty of options out there but it’s important to consider which type of wrinkle reduction injection is right for you. Here you’ll find the top non-surgical solutions to reduce the signs of the skin’s ageing process and Dr. Thevendra’s opinion on these wrinkle reduction injection options.
Muscles relaxing injection treatment is a non-surgical wrinkle reduction injection treatment that allows patients to improve the look of ageing within the skin, such as lines and wrinkles, whilst also preventing the formation of further signs of ageing. Muscle relaxing injections are an effective tool in the fight against ageing as it is due to combination of overuse of facial muscles and a reduction of collagen within the skin that causes lines to develop.
Muscle relaxing injections are a great tool in the fight against the signs of ageing. They paralyse the facial muscles, making it harder for them to cause strain to the skin and therefore making it virtually impossible to crease or stretch the skin further. Muscle relaxing injections remain the most popular form of wrinkle reduction injection in the UK.
Dr. Thevendra from APSARAS Clinic in Coventry is a cosmetic doctor who specialises in non-surgical wrinkle reduction injections such and had this to say about Botox treatment.
“Muscle relaxing injections are a wonderful treatment to reverse the signs of ageing. What’s great about wrinkle reduction injections is not only do they visibly improve the look of lines and crows feet already visible on the forehead and around the eyes, but they also allows patients to prevent the formation of the signs of ageing from forming. Wrinkle reduction injections are hugely popular with my patients and are one of the most practiced non-surgical cosmetic treatments worldwide, so there must be something that brings patients coming back for more.”
Other non-surgical wrinkle reduction injections that can be used to reverse the signs of ageing are dermal filler treatment. Dermal fillers are a wrinkle reduction injection treatment like Botox and muscle relaxing injections, but they improve the look of visible lines and wrinkles by plumping up the skin in order to smooth out the wrinkles.
Dermal fillers are also an extremely flexible cosmetic injectable and can be used for various different reasons in many different cosmetic treatments. For example, dermal fillers can be used within lip augmentation treatment (where they are used as a plumping tool in order to enhance size and shape of lips), and are also used within non-surgical nose reshaping as a contouring tool to effectively help reshape the nose tip without the need for surgical intervention.
“Dermal fillers are a great option for those who are looking to reverse the already visible signs of ageing and create a more natural look to your treatment. Although muscle relaxing injections do help to improve the visible signs of ageing, it’s not their primary job unlike dermal fillers, which can improve even the look of deep set lines and wrinkles vastly and quickly,” Dr. Thevendra concludes.
Both dermal fillers and muscle relaxing injections are great wrinkle reduction injection options and it’s really down to your personal preference and ageing concerns which one is best for you. In fact many patients opt for a combination of both wrinkle reduction injections as the ultimate anti-ageing team – with fantastic results! Both forms of wrinkle reduction injections are available at APSARAS Clinic in Coventry now.
If you would like more information on dermal filler or muscle relaxing injection treatment then book your free 30 minute consultation with Dr. Thevendra today by calling the clinic on 0247 6693700 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.