The Benefits of Botox and Dermal Fillers

Botox and dermal fillers address various issues, but they complement each other very well: Botox fixes the problem of dynamic wrinkles, and dermal fillers fix volume loss

Our specialists at Colorado Skin Care often use Botox and dermal fillers in tandem to create a more youthful appearance. Read on to learn about the benefits of these injectables and find out how they work.

Smooths out wrinkles in the upper area of the face 

Botox can smooth out the wrinkles around the eyes, on the forehead, and between the eyebrows in just one office visit.

Botox results last between four and six months, so if you want to try more or less Botox, you don’t have to wait long to do it. 

Reduces the appearance of smile lines and enhances the look of the lips 

Dermal fillers can easily fix lines around the mouth. As you age, the tissue in your lips diminishes, but dermal fillers can add volume to your lips and create a more youthful appearance.

Adds volume to sunken cheeks 

Loss of fat tissue may cause your cheeks to look hollow and sunken. It may also lead to lines and folds around the nose. 

Dermal fillers contain a substance that attracts moisture, adding volume to your skin and filling in hollow areas.

Fixes signs of aging

Most people want to look younger, but few are willing to get a facelift. Although plastic surgery complications are rare, they can occur. Plus, plastic surgery comes with permanent changes to your face, so you must undergo further surgeries to address issues. 

Both Botox and dermal fillers are reversible and only last a few months, allowing you to experiment with different dosages and obtain the results you want.

Significant results with minimal side effects 

Botox and dermal fillers are minimally invasive treatments that come with very few side effects. Bruising and redness can occur at injection sites, but topicals can mitigate these side effects. 

Injectables also allow you to go right back to your daily routine, as they don’t require any recovery time. 

Find out if you’re a good candidate for Botox and dermal fillers 

If you aren’t pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from a muscular disease, you may be a good candidate for injectables. 

Contact us to schedule an appointment. Discover the results you can expect and what injectables work best for your cosmetic goals. We look forward to hearing from you.

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