Infographic: Neurotoxins or Fillers?

Not sure if you need Neurotoxin or Filler treatments? This infographic breaks down which one to use based on your skincare needs.


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  • Dr. Adebola Dele- Michael
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    Fillers and neurotoxins are very popular non-surgical preferences for solving facial volume loss due to aging. Depending on whether you are trying to fill in a wrinkle that is there at rest or weaken a wrinkle that is caused by animation of facial muscles or both, fillers and neurotoxins can both help rejuvenate the face. If you are looking to improve or restore facial contours, or reduce the appearance of lines and creases, fillers and neurotoxins may be right for you. Fillers and injectable neurotoxins can plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, soften facial creases and wrinkles, and, in some cases, improve the appearance of recessed scars. The result is a smoother, fuller and more youthful facial appearance. Because every case is unique, it is wise to consult with a board certified dermatologist and an expert injector that can advise you on which treatment is best for you.

  • Tatiana Khrom Tatiana Khrom
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    This is a very good graph, but as always, nothing would replace an in person consultation. Each person is unique and their treatment deserves an individualized approach. This approach may include fillers or neurotoxin or both. For example, a woman who is in her fifties with deep lines across the forehead and in between the eyebrows may require a combination of a neurotoxin to stop the muscle from causing the lines and then filler will need to be injected to smooth the lines. Someone who is young and wants to start preventing the signs of aging will do well with just a neurotoxin.

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