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People are always talking about wrinkles. It's because they're easy to identify, everyone has them, and nobody wants them. ...
Luckily, there are two products that dermatologists can use to get rid of your wrinkles: Botox and fillers. However, many people confuse the two. In this episode, Dr. Schultz will compare and contrast these two wrinkle removing options and discuss which option fixes which types of wrinkles.
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Dr. Neal Schultz: Hello I'm Dr. Neal Schultz and welcome to DermTV.
Everybody is always talking about lines and wrinkles. Why are they talking about them? They recognize them, they have them, and they don't want them. Your dermatologist could help you get rid of these lines and wrinkles, make you look better and make you look younger by using Botox or filler. Let me explain the difference between Botox and fillers. Botox is used to make lines go away that are caused by muscles or facial expression, but muscles that you don't need.
If I raise my eyebrows and causes horizontal lines if I found close vertical lines that make me look sad or unhappy. Those muscles are doing nothing else for me, I don't need them. Botox weakens them and stops them from making those lines and wrinkles. Botox takes three to seven days for 90% of the effect, up to 10 days or 14 days for 100% of the effect, and it's very easy to use. Fillers are different.
Fillers are used for lines that are there all the time or for lines that are caused by muscles that we need. We can't afford to weaken certain muscles or facial expression. For example, when I smile, I can't afford to have that muscle weaken. I want to be able to smile. Different lines have different thicknesses. Thin fillers like collagen I use for fine lines. Thicker fillers like Evolence or Juvéderm or Restylane I use for thicker lines, but fillers, being different from Botox have their effect immediately. Before you leave the office, you see the full effect of the treatment. The treatment can last three months, 6 months or even 12 months. I hope that helps to explain the difference to you between Botox and filler.
Please join me again at dermtv.com. If you have a question please send me by visiting dermtv.com/question. I'm Dr. Neal Schultz and thank you for watching today.