Frown Lines Quiz

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Frown lines are wrinkles caused by:

They're part of the aging process but their untimely appearance can be brought on by excessive sun exposure.

Wrinkle reducing procedures will involve a hit to:

Wrinkle reducing procedures aren't typically covered by insurance which makes them costly.

The same lotions, creams and chemical peels that are effective on fine lines are also effective on frown lines.

Frown lines are more pronounced and harder to treat.

The number one non-surgical cosmetic procedure in the U.S. is:

Botox reduces the appearance of frown lines by blocking nerve signals.

Side effects of Botox include headaches and temporarily droopy eyelids.

Side effects of Botox, including headaches, are minimal.

The results of Botox usually last for:

It takes as much as a week to see the results but they'll last for several months.

Botox is actually a form of botulism.

While botulism is potentially deadly, Botox is a purified form of the paralyzing disease.

Absorbable injectable fillers include:

In addition to collagen and hyaluronic acid gel, other absorbale injectable fillers are calcium hydroxylapatite and Poly-L-lactic acid.

The results of absorbable injectable fillers last approximately the same time as Botox.

The results of absorbable injectable fillers last longer than Botox -- approximately six months.

Surgical reductions of frown lines may require removal of:

Treating frown lines surgically may require altering or removing muscle.

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