Eradicating the Look of Fine Lines

For many, the visibility of fine lines along your cheeks and eyelids can be an uncomforting sight. Although these fine lines are typically accentuated when you smile, over time, wrinkles can become deeper and more visible. As a result of modern technology, there are now many treatments available to assist those who wish to minimize the appearance of wrinkles. As a leading facial plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, Dr. Moradzadeh offers the latest and most advanced treatment options which include both non-invasive and minimally invasive treatments.

When determining which treatment option is best for you, it is important to understand the various types of wrinkles which vary from dynamic, static, and wrinkle folds. Wrinkles that are designated as dynamic wrinkles are causes by muscle contractions which typically occur across the forehead, between the eyebrows, and near the outer corner of your eyes. Eyelid surgery is sometimes an appropriate treatment option for such wrinkles. Other options may include a forehead lift or brow lift, as well as Botox injections.

Static wrinkles are the result of a loss of elasticity in the skin. This can occur due to smoking, sun damage, poor nutrition, or genetics. Static wrinkles are typically most visible around the eyes and on the cheeks. There are now a number of effective treatment options that Dr. Moradzadeh and his experienced staff are trained to provide, including chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing. The use of certain ointments, including collagen growth formulas, may also prove to be beneficial as a maintenance program.

Wrinkle folds are often the result of sagging that occurs beneath the facial structure. This typically causes deep wrinkles between the nose and mouth. Procedures such as a neck lift, cheek lift, or mid-face lift can help to correct these types of imperfections. Another alternative to improve the appearance of wrinkle folds includes the injection of collagen into the affected areas which can provide temporary relief.

Most individuals experience a combination of different types of wrinkles. No matter the type, Dr. Moradzadeh will provide an effective solution to minimize the look of aging and bring back a youthful glow. For a complimentary consultation or for more information please visit or visit or contact us at 310.659.9900.

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