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Technology has advanced in recent years, paving the way for new research in the medical field. This research has become a gateway for individuals interested in the aging process. Through research, it is evident that combining certain modes of treatment has been beneficial. One excellent combination is that of fillers and wrinkle relaxers.

Roles of Each

When used separately, both fillers and wrinkle relaxers each have their role to play. Wrinkle relaxers are most commonly used to prevent or slow down signs of the aging process. As one gets older, wrinkles begin to form, and they can either be dynamic or static. Wrinkle relaxers are used to smooth out the dynamic wrinkles by relaxing the muscles in that region. As a result, creases are eliminated.

Fillers, on the other hand, are used to add volume and contour to the face. A great example is lip fillers that are used to add volume to the lips, making them full instead of slim and thin. A loss of volume, primarily in the facial area, can result in static wrinkles. Therefore, fillers can be used in regions where static wrinkles and hollowness have formed.

What are the Benefits of Combining Treatments?

Combining fillers and wrinkle relaxers can enhance your overall appearance and give you a fresh, younger look. The treatment provides long-lasting results as compared to just using each product individually. And the results are dramatic and pronounced. The combination treatment allows you to get rid of dynamic wrinkles while also adding volume to certain areas and filling in static wrinkles.

This type of combination treatment can be highly beneficial to any person that does not want to undergo surgery to enhance their appearance. To learn more about fillers and wrinkle relaxers, talk to our team at The Bougainvillea Clinique in Winter Park, FL. Contact us today to book a consultation and get started!

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