A doctor injects a substance into wrinkles or creases to add volume or plump them up and make them less noticeable. In 2004, more than 1.85 million Americans smoothed wrinkles with injectables, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
While they are considered nonsurgical, these injections are medical procedures. They should be done by a qualified physician in an appropriate facility. A wide variety of injectable fillers are available. You may also wish to consider Botox.
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