Neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin) and dermal fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Belotero) are the most popular products for facial wrinkles and fine lines. While people often talk about these products interchangeably, they’re actually extremely different products. Besides having different properties, they also affect your facial skin in different ways.

Botox and other neurotoxins are generally used to address forehead wrinkles and lines caused by the overuse of facial muscles. Dermal fillers are generally used to restore facial volume and “fill” wrinkles and fine lines caused by the loss of collagen, hyaluronic acid, and elastin. Finding the right treatment for your wrinkles can be challenging.

This article aims to help you decide if you need Botox or dermal fillers for your forehead wrinkles.

Understanding Facial Wrinkles: Dynamic Vs. Static Wrinkles

Before discussing the correct treatment options for your forehead wrinkles, we must discuss the root cause of facial wrinkles and fine lines. Different cosmetic treatments address different types of wrinkles. As such, you must determine if you have dynamic forehead wrinkles or static forehead wrinkles.

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