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The product selected works to temporarily paralyze/relax the muscle and reduce the appearance of wrinkles for a more youthful look.
Each product will differ slightly on when most people begin to see a softening of their lines. However, full activation of the product is typically achieved in 14 days.
The ideal time frame for neuromodulators is between 10-14 weeks, but this will vary from patient to patient.
This is patient dependent. At your appointment the provider will perform an assessment to determine what areas you want treated, as well as what your desired results are.
The most popular areas treated are between the eyebrow, forehead, and crows feet. Many people use neuromodulators to help treat gummy smile, dimples in the chin, corners of the mouth for frowning, masseters to help slim the face, etc.
Many fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid and are injected into the tissue to help fill in deep lines and wrinkles, restoring volume in area's where it has been lost, and restoring a more youthful appearance. HA's are hydrophilic (meaning they attract water) and can help stimulate natural collagen production.
This will vary based on which product is used, the area of injections, and the patients metabolism.
The most popular places that fillers are used is in the lips, cheeks, nasal folds, chin/jawline, temples, under the eyes, and hands.
There are many misconceptions that surround neuromodulators and fillers. When treated properly and with a practitioner that has the experience and knowledge to do so, a natural result can be achieved.