✓ Medical Grade Skin Care
✓ Chemical Skin Peels
✓ Neuromodulators (Botox/Xeomin/Dysport)
✓ Dermal Fillers
✓ RF Microneedling (Morpheus8/Fractora)
Wrinkles are formed by dermal atrophy and repetitive contraction of the underlying facial muscles. When facial muscles contract, the overlying skin also moves, forming wrinkles.
Dynamic wrinkles appear when you are expressing emotions, so you will notice them when you smile, laugh, frown, cry, etc. Dynamic wrinkles fade as quickly as they appear. Common examples of dynamic wrinkles include: frown lines, forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, smile lines.
Static wrinkles remain on the face even after our facial muscles relax and tend to deepen with age. Common examples of static wrinkles include: lines at the corners of the mouth, across the cheeks, and along the neck.
Treatment options depend on the type of wrinkles you have. Often a multifaceted approach is the best way to improve your wrinkles.