Horizontal forehead lines
Horizontal forehead lines are formed due to contracting forehead muscles when we raising eyebrows. Some of us do this as part of our normal facial expressions and some of us (usually over 40) are using these muscles more habitually to hold our eyebrows up to make our eyes look more open.
A smooth forehead gives the whole face a more pleasing appearance, giving the appearance of smoother skin. Women often look good with a smooth forehead. This procedure is often used on men to soften the lines and prevent them from deepening, not eliminating them entirely.
Scrunch and squint lines at the top of the nose
If you scrunch up your face and squint (the procerus muscle), you see the lines that form near the top of the nose. Some of us make this expression more than others, but almost all of us get these lines as we age. The ones at the top of the nose are called scrunch lines, and the ones on the side of the nose are known as “bunny lines”.
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Anti-wrinkle injections can be used in your forehead to stop elevation of the eyebrows and eyelids.
Parts of our face tend to droop as we get older. With the face, small improvements can make a big difference. Prove this to yourself by using your finger to lift up the outer half of your eyebrows just 1/8 inch, you will see the difference. Because the eyes are what other people see first, a little tightening and lifting around the eyes can make you look younger.
What is a brow lift?
A brow lift using anti-wrinkle injections helps lift the eyebrows and forehead. There is a little muscle underneath the eyebrow which actually works to keep the outer half of the eyebrow down. Anti-wrinkle injections relax that muscle and cause the outer half of the eyebrow to lift a little and make the eyes appear more open.
Results will vary from patient to patient and do not reflect the outcome of your surgery; nor does Dr Wadhera guarantee specific results.
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Dr Wadhera (M.B.B.S) has practiced medicine for over 40 years in Sydney. He is trained as a General Practitioner and in Cosmetic Medicine, specialising in aesthetic medicine and skin care surgery. Dr Wadhera is renowned for his quality of results and workmanship, as well as developing trusted relationship with clients. Dr Wadhera specialises in advanced techniques, complex cases and correctional work.