Wrinkles are creases, folds, or ridges in the skin. They normally appear as people get older, but they can also develop after spending a long time in water. It was traditionally believed that wrinkles fell into just two categories:
Dynamic Wrinkles Those lines that result from repeated facial movements (such as smiling) that form creases in the skin. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by contraction of muscles that are attached to the overlying skin. The most common locations for dynamic wrinkles are between the eyebrows, forehead wrinkles, and on the cheeks near the outer corners of the eyes
Static Wrinkles The lines that occur from your skin losing elasticity .Static wrinkles are caused by damage to the skin from sun, smoking, genetics, poor nutrition, or from prolonged dynamic wrinkling.
Wrinkle folds The third type of wrinkles, called wrinkle folds, is often due to sagging of the facial structures, which cause deep grooves between the nose and mouth known as the naso-labial groove.
Treatment of wrinkles
Topical retinoids are derived from vitamin A, and they are said to reduce fine wrinkles, some pigmentations, and skin roughness.
Alpha-hydroxy acids: These so-called “fruit acids” include glycolic and lactic acid. They produce only subtle improvement though.
Antioxidants: These include preparations that contain vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E, as well as beta-carotene. There is very little compelling evidence that these sorts of creams produce a significant cosmetic improvement. In most cases, if there are results, they do not usually last long.
A number of surgical options are available.
A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a type of cosmetic surgery that aims to make people look younger. It usually involves removing excess facial skin and fat, with or without tightening the underlying tissues.
In this treatment, one of a variety of different chemicals is used to “burn” away the top layer of skin, creating damage that causes the body to respond by making more collagen. You end up with younger-looking, smoother skin.
Dermabrasion is a surgical procedure that involves the controlled wearing away, or abrasion, of the upper layers of skin with sandpaper or some other mechanical means.
Doctors fill wrinkles with a variety of substances, including collagen, hyaluronic acid, and other synthetic compounds. Popular treatments include Restylane, Juvederm, and ArteFill, among other.
Botox injections work by targeting and “freezing” muscles that cause wrinkles. Treatments generally last three to six months. Botox can fix the lines between your eyes and diminish those smile lines along your eyes.
Laser, light source, and radiofrequency (RF) treatments destroy the outer layer of skin with a laser beam, while the dermis, or underlying skin, is heated up. This stimulates the development of new collagen fibers. The skin feels firmer and appears refreshed after several treatments, and recovery times are faster, but more treatments are needed and results are more subtle.
Non-ablative laser treatments cost about $1,031 per session, while ablative treatments are about $2,330 per session. Your overall cost also depends on how many sessions you need.
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