Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Scottsdale


The gradual development of facial wrinkles, whether fine surface lines or deeper creases and folds, is the classic early sign of accumulated skin damage and inevitable aging.

Premature aging and wrinkling of the skin may be accelerated by excessive exposure to the sun and other elements, overactive facial expression muscles, the frequent use of tobacco products, poor nutrition, or skin disorders.

Fine surface wrinkles that progress to deeper creases, deepening facial expression due to repeated skin folding, and deep folds which develop with one’s maturity are obvious changes which may combine to portray a less desirable appearance.

Persistent facial lines, especially those involved in negative emotional expressions, may mistakenly portray to others the look of worry, anger, anxiety, disgust or sadness, despite one’s own positive internal feelings.

Regardless of the cause of facial creases or folds, safe and successful treatments for reduction or elimination of these problems are now available with the help of a Facial Plastic Surgeon. Injecting or implanting substances which either temporarily weaken the muscles or act as skin volume fillers serve to soften or eliminate the appearance of wrinkles and produce a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.

Treatments for facial wrinkles are usually performed in the office setting, which is convenient, private, and safe for persons who desire therapy. Your health, in conjunction with the appropriate therapy to achieve your goals, is given full consideration by your facial plastic surgeon prior to any decision to undertake specific treatment. However, very few individual health problems would limit the use of these therapies due to their minimally-invasive methods of application. Your concerns and any medical requirements for each non-surgical facial rejuvenation therapy will be part of the consultation with Dr. David Hecht.

Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation and Anti-Aging in our Scottsdale practice include:

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