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Forehead Wrinkles

A brief summary of the article written by Dr Riekie Smit in the Summer Issue of the Aesthetic and AntiAging Magazine: found here.

The forehead is one of the most common areas that patients request to be treated. More often than not, there are unrealistic expectations placed on the doctor to take away all of the wrinkles or to make their foreheads completely smooth. The face of the matter is that if you take away all the wrinkles and create a completely smooth forehead, you also take away 100% of the function of the forehead muscle.

So what exactly does the forehead muscle do? Simply put, it lifts up the eyebrows. That said, every face is completely different. Some forehead muscles are strong and some are week, some are asymmetrical and some are symmetrical and finally some serve a purpose (like keeping the eyebrows lifted in people with saggy skin on the upper eyelid) and some have no purpose at all (some males can get away with almost freezing their foreheads – although it is not recommended).

So it is important to keep this all in mind deciding how to treat and how much to treat the forehead wrinkles. so in a nutshell, there are several options:

  1. Botulinum Toxin Type A – This is a good place to start as most of the time people are happy with the amount of wrinkle reduction. If there are still some bothersome wrinkles – a small amount of a thin filler can be used to fill the gaps.
  2. Facial Fillers – the thinnest type of fillers need to be used here – if anything else is used there is the chance that lumps and bumps can develop. Fillers treatments to the forehead and frown must be done with great care – there are complications and patients must be made aware of this. That said, a product like Restylane Vital is great for this area when used correctly.
  3. Peels, Needling, laser and mesotherapy all help to improve the texture of the skin and soften fine lines and wrinkles.
  4. PDO threads increase the collagen content in skin and in so doing help with tightening and fine lines.

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Contact us today if you would like to know more about treating wrinkles or if you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the various aesthetic treatments we offer. Dr Wade practices in Green Point and Somerset West, Cape Town. To book an appointment please contact:

Telephone: 087 135 3017
Email: bookings@naturalcape.com


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Forehead Botox

Forehead Botox treatments aim to reduce the amount of wrinkles found on your forehead. The forehead muscle is unique in the sense that it is the only muscle in the upper face that lifts the eyebrows. So, without its action, the eyebrows will be droopy. Therefore, when treating this muscle we need to be very careful so as not to over-treat the area as this would risk lowering the eyebrows, which can actually make you look older.

It is for this reason that Dr Wade has created a treatment system whereby the risk for droopy eyebrows is reduced. As we are all different, and our muscles are all different, there is no clear way of estimating how much forehead Botox will be required. Rather than over-estimating and creating an unnatural result, we place a set dose of Botox into the forehead and then review the results in 2 weeks. If there is inadequate relaxation we inject a micro-dose of forehead Botox in order to get the desired effect.

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Botox Forehead: 5 Injection sites on the forehead.

Botox is FDA approved for frown and eye wrinkles. It has yet to be approved for the forehead – so we use it as an off-label medication. That is, it works to relax the forehead muscles, but it has yet to be approved by the FDA for that area. Clients must understand this fact – it is also the reason why we take a much more conservative approach to avoid any complications. That said, when done correctly, forehead botox works really well to reduce forehead lines and wrinkles.

– Dr Wade

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Botox Injections

Some people tell me that they are afraid of needles and that they are scared of getting Botox injections because of this. Yes, some needles can be scary, but Botox injections definitely are not those!

Botox is injected using a very small needle – it is only 8mm long. It is also extremely fine and thin. These two facts make Botox injections the least scary injections out there. What we actually use is an insulin syringe. Diabetics that require insulin to keep their blood sugar normal use insulin syringes sometimes 3 times a day. Now you can imagine that if they are using it 3 times a day without fail, these Botox injections are most likely pretty painless.

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Insulin Syringes – for painless injections.

The choice of the syringe and needle are very important when it comes to painless Botox injections – but even more important is the injectors technique. Having a steady hand and injecting the Botox slowly ensures that the injections remain painless. Avoiding blood vessels and veins when injecting is also important as busing and swelling can make create pain in the client. As much as technique is important, feeling comfortable with your doctor releases endorphins which are the bodies natural pain-killers – so choose a doctor that you feel comfortable with!

– Dr Wade

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers go by many names; Fillers, Facial Fillers, Injectable Fillers – essentially they are all the same thing. And that thing is a very broad category of products that can be very different to one another. Now that I’ve made it look complicated, let’s take a step back to review what exactly a filler is.

A filler fills. It’s as easy as that – although where it fills and how it fills are the more difficult questions! A filler can either be permanent or non-permanent – that is they either get absorbed over time or they last for life.

Dermal Fillers

Permanent Vs Non-Permanent Dermal Fillers – Table courtesy Wollina and Goldman (Fillers in the improvement of acne scars).

The current thinking is that non-permanent dermal fillers such as Hyaluronic acid based fillers are the safest to use. As they are not permanent, if you don’t like the result, it will eventually go away. Also, in special circumstances if the dermal filler needs to be removed, it can be dissolved using an injectable enzyme. So for the most part, most doctors today use Hyaluronic Acid based dermal fillers.

And what is Hyaluronic Acid you may ask? Hyaluronic acid is a carbohydrate that is found naturally in our skin. It is a water holding molecule (so it hydrates) and fills the spaces between our collagen and elastin fibers in the dermis of our skin.

Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is a molecule made up of N-acetyl glucosamine and Glucuronic acid. It provides hydration to the deeper layers of the skin. Image: source unknown.

Initially dermal fillers were used to fill the lines associated with facial aging. So doctors would typically inject the lower face (nasolabial folds and marionette line). This would reduce the visibility of the lines but it never dealt with the cause of the line – which is facial fat loss.

Dermal Fillers

Over the decades our faces lose fat from the fat pads in our cheeks. Image source: unknown.

The current thinking is that instead of injecting the lines in the lower part of the face, we inject the cheeks first – to replace the fat that has been lost. What happens when we do this is that the cheeks are lifted and the lines under the eye, between the nose and mouth and below the mouth are all reduced. If then the person still has lines in these areas, the second treatment would be to directly inject these lines – although most of the time this is unnecessary as the client looks and feels rejuvenated.

The type of Hyaluronic Acid dermal filler we use depends on where we inject it and how deep we inject it. All filler brands have a variety of different fillers within their brand – from the thick gel-like ones to the thin silk-like ones, each has its use. The thicker gels tend to be used for deep injections in the cheeks – they provide the “foundations”. The thinner silk-like ones are injected more superficially – they are like the “curtains”. Foundations of a house provide support and generally last a long time – cheek fillers lift the cheeks (support) and last longer than thin fillers. The curtains of a house get blown around in the wind (thin fillers can easily be moved by the injector) and are usually changed frequently (thin fillers only last around 9 months to a year).

Dermal FIllers

The size of the Hyaluronic Acid particle influences whether it’s a thick or thin filler. As seen above, large sized particles like Restylane Sub Q are thick fillers, which are injected deep. Small sized particles like Restylane Touch are thin fillers and are injected superficially. Image courtesy Galderma.

All of the above is just a very small introduction into the world of Dermal Fillers. There are so many more things to know! At the end of the day, one thing stands true: For the most part, it is the injector that you should be concerned with and not the dermal filler choice!

 

–  Dr Wade

 

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Botox Injection Sites

Botox injection sites are found in the frown, on the forehead and around the eyes. When these sites are injected, the muscles are relaxed and the overlying wrinkles are treated. Different muscles have different functions – so one must be aware that if you relax a muscle too much, it will lose its function and the resulting look will be unnatural. That is why the current trend in Aesthetic Medicine is too inject less Botox and create natural results. You can always visit your Doctor for a top-up, but if you have had too much Botox, you would have to wait 4 months for the effect to wear off.

Botox Injection Sites

Men have finally caught on to the benefits of Botox!

Having a standard set of Botox injection sites is important for any practitioner – it allows your doctor to treat 99% of the population effectively. That said, some people are born with muscles that are either bigger or in a slightly different place than those found in the text books. Thus, for Botox, each client should be thoroughly assessed to ensure that the placement of the Botox injection sites is correct for them. This ensures that the best results are achieved.

The following are a general guide as to where your doctor may place your Botox injection sites:

Botox Injection Sites

Frown: 5 injections spread across the frown to relax the procures and corregator muscles.

 

Botox Injection Sites

Botox Eye Wrinkles: 3 sets of injections for both sides – to treat the obicularis oris muscle.

 

Botox Injection Sites

Botox Forehead: 5 Injection sites into the frontalis muscle.

Botox injections are typically pretty pain-less. That said, if you are at all worried ask your doctor for a numbing cream to be applied prior to the treatment.

 

– Dr Wade

 

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Does she have Botox Lips?

One common misconception that pops up when talking to people is that they actually don’t know the difference between Botox and Fillers. Recently, one of my friends asked me if I thought that the lady sitting across from us in the restaurant had Botox in her lips. To clear up all of the confusion – there is no such thing as injecting Botox into someones lips. Botox Lips are a fallacy!

Botox is a protein that is used to block muscle movements and in so doing treat the wrinkles that are formed by muscle movements. The following wrinkles can be treated with Botox injections:

  • Frown – Glabellar
  • Forehead – Frontalis
  • Eyes – Crows feet
  • Brow Lift
  • Nose – Bunny lines
  • Gummy Smile
  • Mouth – Smoker’s lines
  • Chin – Dimple reduction
  • Neck – Nefertiti lift and contouring

Botox Lips

Botox has no volumising effect – that is, it can never add volume to the area that it is injected. Fillers on the other hand are the treatment of choice for volumising. When you think of Kylie Jenner and her full, plump lips it is not Botox that has created them. Botox Lips are a fallacy – it is Filler Lips that you want. Fillers volumise lips  – the extent of volumising is determined by how much filler you use. Kylie Jenner may not have a natural result, but she definitely has filler in her lips. Lip Filler treatments can in fact be very natural looking.

Botox Lips

Kylie Jenner – Here too much Lip Filler has been injected into the upper lip – creating a sausage like appearance.

 

Botox Lips

The ideal lips – the natural dimensions have been maintained.

So the answer to the question, Does she have Botox Lips…

Definitely not!

– Dr Wade Merchant

 

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Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

 

What causes the skin to age?

External factors such as increased sun exposure, wind exposure and pollution can all result in wrinkles and discolorations. Wrinkle Treatments by Dr Wade can be done in Somerset West and Cape Town. Diet and poor lifestyle habits such as smoking and not exercising also play a role. A lifetime of stress (in some cases only half a lifetime!) results in the repetitive muscular movements of facial expression – these cause wrinkles. Sudden weight loss, although great, can also cause the skin to age as you lose fat within the facial fat pads – and your face droops and sags.

 

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

When we are born we have the most beautiful young, supple skin – the reason being as our skin is full of a substance called Hyaluronic Acid which acts to hydrate the skin. As we age, we lose Hyaluronic acid and our skin loses the soft supple nature that it once had. This is an internal factor as to why we look older. This process accelerates from the age of 30 – our skin produces less and the rate of destruction is higher.

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

The above factors cause lines, wrinkles and folds to develop. Your skin loses volume and your face changes shape. How fast all of this happens is dependent on what we have already mentioned. Living a healthy life today and protecting your skin from the sun can help to reduce the speed to which you age. In anti-aging medicine it is never to late to change your life and see results.

What are wrinkles?

Wrinkles are folds in the skin and there are two types. Dynamic wrinkles occur over time from repeated muscle use like frowning and smiling – if present for long enough they can develop into static wrinkles. Static wrinkles are always visible and are due to a lack of skin elasticity. They are caused by sun damage, smoking, genetics and prolonged dynamic wrinkling.

Frown Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Frown Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Forehead Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Forehead Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Static Wrinkles – notice the Tear Troughs, Naso-Labial Lines and Marionette Lines

 

Injectable Treatment Options

Botox

Botulinum Toxin (Botox) is a purified protein derived from Clostridium Botulinum that is used to reduce unwanted dynamic facial wrinkles. It acts by blocking the signal from the nerve to the muscle and in so doing prevents muscular contraction. Botox only works on dynamic wrinkles – static wrinkles will need different treatment options. The effects of Botox last anywhere from 3 to 6 months – it really just depends on the dose, your metabolism and if you have had Botox before. The more often you have Botox, you will need less amount of treatments per year.

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Hyaluronic Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in our skin. As we age we lose this substance and our skin loses its once youthful tone and appearance. Aging also results in loss of fat from our facial fat pads. A young-looking face has round contours, high cheekbones and a well-defined jawline. The reason we look the way we do is partly because of the bones in our face but partly due to these fat pads beneath the skin. As they lose fat the skin above them begins to sag and as a result our cheek bones move down our face and we get static lines around our nose and mouth. The pulling of the sagging skin then also creates depressions and bags under our eye.

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Juvederm Filler Range

The treatment of facial sagging and static lines is Fillers. These fillers are injected with a very fine needle into the area overlying the cheek bone. Once injected the results are immediate and a gentle lift occurs whereby a new cheek is pulling up the skin from the lower face and as a result the lines around the mouth and nose are visibly reduced.

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Wrinkle Treatments Cape Town Somerset West

Before and After Cheek Fillers

Fillers generally last from 9 to 18 months depending on where they are placed. Over time they are naturally reabsorbed by our body. The old way of injecting fillers was to inject only in the facial wrinkles of the lower face – this would remove the wrinkles but leave the client with an unnatural result. Current science and thinking points towards the cheek injections as the most effective method to give the most natural results.

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Below is a video explaining cheek fillers for rejuvenation:

– Dr Wade

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Botox and Fillers: The next generation in treatment styles.

Dr Wade Merchant uses Botox and fillers to enhance the facial aesthetics of his patients. The medical name for Botox is Botulinum Toxin Type A (BTX). They are both injectables but they act in different ways:

BTX: Acts by deactivating muscles that cause wrinkles. The wrinkle then cannot form and the line disappears over time.

Fillers: Hyaluronic acid gels that are injected into the face in order to provide volume to  certain areas where it may be lacking or has been lost as a result of the aging process.

Botox and Fillers

BTX lasts around 3 to 4 months if the recommended units are used – if less than recommended units are used, the results will not last as long as they should. This is important to remember when attempting to reduce the amount of units because of cost – if you use less units now you will need more units sooner, and will probably end up spending more money than if you had just received the recommended units. Medical doctors are specially trained to assess and prescribe the amount of units needed – just in the same way that they know which dose of your anti-depressant to give you.

Filler treatments last different amounts of time depending on the filler used as well as your particular metabolism:

Voluma (Cheeks): 18months.

Volift (Lips and nasolabial folds): over 1 year to 15 months.

Volbella (under eyes and lip border) – 9 months to a year.

At the end of the day, each face requires a different approach and normally a combination of both BTX and Fillers are used.

 


 

APPOINTMENTS

Contact us today if you would like to know more about treating wrinkles or if you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the various aesthetic treatments we offer. Dr Wade practices in Green Point and Somerset West, Cape Town.To book an appointment please contact:

Green Point Practice (Based at Legs 11 Aesthetic Centre):

Telephonic: 086 132 4752
Email: greenpoint@legs11.co.za

Somerset West Practice:

Telephonic: 081 301 3277
Email: bookings@naturalcape.com


NATURAL AESTHETICS – Botox and Fillers

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Although there are no published statistics when in comes to the use of Botox in Cape Town, one can speculate that we have one of the highest rates of usage in the country. Not only is Cape Town a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, but it also tends to be slightly more liberal than the rest of the country when it comes to aesthetic treatments. For the vast majority of people that use Botox in Cape Town, their use of it is no secret to their friends and family. This stance in Cape Town contrasts the common scenario in the rest of the country whereby Botox injections are frowned (pun?) upon by society at large. The rest of the country has no problem getting Botox – the only difference is that unlike Cape Town residents, they keep it a secret.

 

Botox in Cape Town - Before and After

Botox in Cape Town: Frown

 

Botox in Cape Town – Look for natural results.

 

There are many reason as to why clients keep their Botox treatments a secret. I have found that even some people using Botox in Cape Town keep their visit to my office a secret. That said, the number one reason why they do this is because they are worried about what other people might think. Society has a skewed view of Botox treatments – the media, celebrities and people that walk around looking like plastic all give them the idea that Botox isn’t something that a normal person does. The problem here is that all of the people that you see on the street that look like they have had Botox, have in fact had a poorly executed treatment. The people walking around with natural results are the ones that you would never even suspect have had a Botox treatment. This skews the public’s judgement. Getting Botox in Cape Town doesn’t have to mean that you end up looking frozen!

 

Botox in Cape Town - Natural Results

Botox is typically used in the upper third of the face.

 

One thing you need to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to get Botox in Cape Town is to look at what your Doctor stands for. If your Doctor is still pushing the plastic and fake look out of their offices, then, they may not be the right choice for you.

When you visit the Doctor that you have chosen make sure that you have a mental list of all the questions you would like to ask them. It is important that when getting Botox in Cape Town you make sure that you understand everything and that you feel comfortable. If you are worried about looking different after you have received your Botox in Cape Town then ask your Doctor if they can give you a test dose – so that you can see how it feels. A great place to get a test dose is in the frown – if after a week you are happy with the result you can always go back to your Doctor for more Botox in Cape Town.

– Dr Wade

 

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Contact us today if you would like to know more about Botox in Cape Town, Somerset West, Green Point or Camps Bay.  Let us know if you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the various aesthetic treatments we offer. Dr Wade practices in Green Point, Camps Bay and Somerset West, Cape Town.

For Bookings:

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081 301 3277

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Botox Somerset West Cape Town

 

The most common question that patients ask Aesthetic Doctors is whether or not they will look like they have had Botox after having had their Botox treatment. What a strange question to ask! Of course you will look like you have had Botox – you will look fantastically refreshed and rejuvenated!

In all seriousness, Botox has been given a terrible name over the past few years. There was a trend where doctors injected too much Botox in the incorrect places – and this resulted in the weird and unnatural (alien) look that the general public mistake with Botox injections. One example that I like to tell my patients is to think about the fashion industry. A beautiful woman can become even more beautiful when she wears an outfit that suits her figure. On the other hand, if she were to wear an ill-fitting dress, she would feel less confident and by extension less beautiful. In the same way that a dress can either enhance or detract from natural beauty, Botox has the same effect on facial beauty. When injected incorrectly or in excessive amounts, an already beautiful woman can look strange and unnatural. But when done correctly, Botox only enhances natural beauty!

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Sharon Osbourne – Too much Botox.

The number one reason why patients look strange after Botox injections is related to their eyebrows. Eyebrows are an extremely important feature on our faces. They help us to communicate with the world in a non-verbal manner – and according to scientists most of our communication is non-verbal. With this in mind you can understand how important the eyebrows are. If too much Botox is injected, the eyebrows will drop and they will have very little movement. In this type of situation the patient is unable to show the facial expressions of surprise, worry or concern. When we interact with other people we rely on these subtle expressions to effectively communicate our already spoken words. If your friend cannot move their eyebrows and forehead they will look strange and you will suspect that they have had Botox. The truth of the matter is that they haven’t just had a normal amount of Botox – they have had too much Botox injected.

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Kylie Minogue – she has had far too much Botox in her forehead. This has created a frozen and plastic appearance. Her right eyebrow is also higher than the left – this often happens when over-treating the forehead.

Botox Somerset West Cape Town

 

In my practice I have 3 steps to injecting Botox for natural results:

  1. Only small amounts of Botox are injected in the Forehead. Too much results in the frozen, fake and plastic look. I want people to show expression while still looking refreshed and rejuvenated.
  2. Frown Botox – small amounts in this area reduce the lines between the eyes. It has also been shown that people who frown less are happier!
  3. Eye Botox (Crows feet) – Small amounts of Botox are injected to soften the lines around the eyes. Patients will still be able to move these muscles – this is to ensure that when they smile they also smile with their eyes.
Botox Somerset West Cape Town

Correct frown injection.

Botox Somerset West Cape Town

Natural results for eyes.

Botox Somerset West Cape Town

Before and After Frown Treatment

I have generally found that when I follow these 3 steps my patients end up with natural results. The kind of results that don’t make people ask “Have you had Botox?”.

Botox is just one of the many tools in my aesthetic tool box – and when we only use one tool, we neglect the others. That is why it is so important to combine Botox with other treatments like Fillers, Peels and Micro-needling. The most natural results happen when we do this.

 

Botox Somerset West Cape Town – Frozen faces are a thing of the past!

– Dr Wade

 

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