A Refined, Artistic Approach To Injectables
Injectables – the umbrella term for neurotoxins and dermal fillers has been a cornerstone treatment for aesthetic rejuvenation. In the right expert hands, these technologies can soften fine lines and wrinkles, restore lost volume and recontour to give your complexion a more rested, youthful experience. But like all “tools” in life, injectables are only as good as the artist’s talent and expertise who’s administering them. We have all seen the extreme transformations of people – lips that barely move, chipmunk cheeks and frozen faces to name a few. Our approach to injectable rejuvenation reflects micro corrections, droplets placed in strategic areas to enhance and a cutting-edge techniques to maintain your skin’s natural beauty.
Neurotoxins, commonly referred to by the trade name Botox, temporarily relax muscles to prevent repetitive facial movements that with time breakdown skin’s collagen and elastin fibers causing fine lines and wrinkles. By understanding muscle movement and analyzing how each patient uses their facial muscles differently, Dr. Kline maps placement of microdroplets of neurotoxins over the desired area to soften lines and wrinkles, while maintaining natural facial movement so skin’s surface looks smoothed but not paralyzed. In addition to wrinkle correction, neurotoxins can improve skin’s overall surface quality to reduce the appearance pores, tighten and minimize surface imperfections. Results last up to 3-4 months and can be complemented with dermal fillers.
Hyaluronic acid-based fillers uses skin’s natural humectant molecule, hyaluronic acid, to attract moisture deeply within the skin to fill and lift. When placed in areas experiencing volume loss, fillers can fill in the gaps between collagen and elastic fibers to restore skin’s natural volume. At Kline Dermatology we use a wide array of injectable fillers in order to be able to select the right type of hyaluronic acid constitution for your skin needs, facial area and goals. We believe in a less is more approach and place micro droplets of fillers to enhance features that may look sunken in, hollow or flat especially on the cheeks, under eyes, jawline and temples.
The most important factor to remember is that we do not do a one size fits all approach. Our injectable treatments begin with an in-depth consultation to understand your goals, analyzing the way your face has evolved with time and what enhancements could complement your natural beauty.