Frown lines, glabellar lines, and even crow’s feet can begin to develop in the early 30’s and beyond. Men and women who are noticing the development of these imperfections on their skin may find themselves struggling with what to do about them. Fortunately, Dr. Betty Bellman of Miami Beach, FL is available to help patients determine if they could benefit from certain cosmetic injectables at her office to smooth away fine lines, wrinkles, and any signs of aging that may develop. This can often be done with the use of neuromodulators such as Xeomin.
Understanding how Xeomin works
Xeomin is a treatment that works by reducing muscle contractions. The muscles of the face can, over time, cause the formation of fine lines and wrinkles due to dynamic tension. This results in folds and wrinkles around these areas. With Xeomin, a special medication formulated with an ingredient called botulinum toxin type A is injected into the muscles and reduces the ability for these muscles to tighten and contract. By reducing these muscle contractions, the skin of the face can smooth, eliminating the appearance of deep wrinkles and folds that are known as dynamic wrinkles.
What other methods are available for addressing the signs of aging?
Patients might also want to consider other treatments available at the practice of Dr. Betty Bellman to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and folds. These includes dermal fillers, which are primarily used to add volume where needed. Dermal fillers are formulated with hyaluronic acid and add a gel-like injection where it is needed to immediately reduce wrinkles and folds. Many of these dermal fillers can be combined with Xeomin for optimum results.
Call Dr. Betty Bellman to find out if you are a candidate for Xeomin injections
Whether you want to address from lines or other imperfections of the skin that are caused by muscles of the face, Miami Beach, Florida area patients can find a solution without plastic surgery and instead with injectables. Xeomin is just one of several cosmetic injectables available at the practice of Dr. Betty Bellman and can assist individuals in turning back the hands of time. Call (305) 534-8480 to request a consultation appointment at 4302 Alton Road, Suite #705. New and returning patients are invited.