Tired of Wrinkles? We Can Help
By ATLANTA CENTER FOR DERMATOLOGY
April 09, 2019
Category: Skin Care
Tags: Wrinkles  

No matter how well you care for your skin, wrinkles are inevitable. Luckily, the dermatologists at Atlantic wrinklesCenter for Dermatologic Diseases in Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, and Cumming, GA, offer several wrinkle treatments that will help your skin look younger and smoother!

 

Botox

Botox injections prevent facial muscles from contracting, which allows wrinkles in the skin to relax. The injections temporarily minimize the appearance of crow's feet, vertical lines between the eyes, forehead furrows, and lines around the mouth. The effects of these injections usually begin to fade after about three or four months. Scheduling regular Botox appointments with your dermatologists in Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, or Cumming will keep your skin line free.

 

Dermal Fillers

Fillers plump up the skin and increase collagen production, making wrinkles much less noticeable. Fillers are often used to make thin lips fuller and improve volume in the cheeks. When your skin is fuller and firmer, lines and wrinkles smooth out and become less noticeable. Fillers can also improve nasolabial fold lines, lip lines, chin creases, and crow's feet. Fillers last six months to two years, depending on the type.

 

Chemical Peels

Chemical peel treatment sloughs off the outer layers of your skin revealing the smoother, blemish-free skin underneath. Peeling begins a few days after your treatment and usually lasts about three to five days. Your skin doctor may recommend a superficial, medium or deep peel, depending on the depth of your wrinkles.

 

Interested? Give Us a Call!

Banish wrinkles with a visit to the skin doctor! Schedule an appointment with the dermatologists at Atlantic Center for Dermatologic Diseases by calling (404) 252-4333 for the Sandy Springs, GA, office, (770) 751-1133 for the Roswell office, (770) 664-5225 for the Alpharetta office, or (770) 844-1902 for the Cumming office.

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