How to Get a youthful look at Longevity

If you want to Get a youthful look at Longevity, there are quite a few good options available today. Although in years past the only real option might have been a facelift, today you just don’t have to deal with invasive or difficult procedures just to get the results that you want. One of the most popular options for non invasive wrinkle treatment today is Botox. Botox, as well as its cousin product Dysport, is an extremely effective way to control the muscles that cause wrinkles. Botox and Dysport are injected into the muscles of the forehead, as well as the muscles that are at the corner of the eyes. The product will stop the muscles from contracting normally, thus preventing wrinkles from being created.

Another way to Get a youthful look at Longevity is to have dermal fillers injected in areas where you have lost volume. The most common areas for lost volume are the cheeks and the lips. Products like Juvederm and Restylane can plump up the parts of the face where you are suffering from volume loss. Juvederm and Restylane are injected into the portion of the face where the volume is lost, as well as the areas directly beneath or below the problem areas.

In some cases, patients get a combination of Botox and dermal fillers. This is a process commonly called a liquid facelift. This process is completely non surgical and requires almost no downtime. Generally, you can get both Botox and dermal fillers in the same appointment, and the total time investment may be as little as half an hour to one hour. Recovery from Botox and dermal fillers is usually quite easy. Many people experience very little pain, but ice packs can alleviate any discomfort directly after the procedure. Some patients may experience a small amount of redness in the areas where the products were injected, but this will generally fade away after only a day or two. A very small percentage of Botox or dermal filler patients experience some minor bruising. However, the bruising tends to be extremely minor and will typically abate within only a day or so.

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