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Frown Lines Treatment<br>in Edina, MN

Frown Lines Treatment
in Edina, MN

Frown wrinkles or frown lines become more apparent with age. The appearance of a furrowed brow can make us look stressed and worried even when we are feeling our best. If you’re self-conscious about your frown lines, we encourage you to seek frown line treatment from our team!

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What Are Frown Lines?

Frown lines appear as deep vertical lines between your eyebrows and nose when you are making a frowning face. The procerus and corrugator muscles contract when you frown which causes the frown wrinkles to develop.

In terms of what causes frown wrinkles, it’s only natural for them to develop with age. Even if you don’t frown often, you could still develop frown lines due to your skin losing elasticity. The two proteins that are responsible for your skin’s elasticity include collagen and elastin; with age, our bodies produce these proteins less and less which means our skin can’t bounce back as quickly as it once did.

In addition to losing elasticity, here are some reasons we develop frown lines:

  • Too much sun exposure
  • Natural gravity
  • Excess facial movements
  • Genetic predisposition

Many people call frown lines glabellar lines but they are not one and the same. Typically, frown lines are the vertical lines between your eyes while glabellar lines appear above your eyebrows and run horizontally.

If you’re feeling insecure about your increasingly apparent frown lines, you can seek treatment for frown lines such as frown line injections.

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Treating Frown Lines Is Easy with Metropolitan Skin Clinic

The best treatment for deep frown lines is often frown line injections, something that we offer here at Metropolitan Skin Clinic. When administered by a qualified medical practitioner, these Botox and filler injections can help visibly reduce the appearance of frown lines while still enabling facial movements to ensure you aren’t “frozen” looking. Most patients begin to see results from Botox within 5-7 days with maximum efficacy appearing roughly two weeks after the procedure.

When it comes to filler for frown lines, this is a more permanent and lasting option with results lasting anywhere from 9 to 12 months depending on how quickly your body metabolizes the product. The filler is injected underneath your skin to fill the frown lines and add more volume to this area.

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Metropolitan Skin Clinic’s Treatment Options for Frown Wrinkles

As we mentioned above, both Botox and filler can be used to reduce the appearance of frown lines. We’ve gone into more details on each option below.

Dermal Fillers for Frown Line Treatment

Fillers for frown lines are one of the more popular treatment options as they are minimally invasive and provide lasting results. These wrinkle between eyebrows filler options include brand names such as Juvederm and Restylane. Your qualified medical professional will inject the product underneath your skin to add lost volume and smooth out the appearance of your forehead. The duration of each filler result depends on the brand and your body, but you can expect results to last from several months to a year.

Botox for Frown Line Treatment

Botox injections are botulinum toxin injections that work to relax the muscle and limit its movements. When it comes to treating frown lines, Botox helps to smooth out the existing lines while limiting the movement of your eyebrows to avoid those lines becoming deeper. The process of administering these injections only takes a few minutes and there is no recovery time. It could take up to two weeks to see full results and the injections will last anywhere from 3-6 months depending on how many you got and how your body reacts.

Skin Care Products for Frown Lines

If you want to take a more conservative approach to treating your frown lines, you can also invest in the right skin care products. We have a wide selection of products that are scientifically backed and can help improve the overall appearance of your skin. From cleansers to moisturizers to retinol, you’ll surely find something you love.

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How Much Does Frown Line Treatment Cost?

Filler

The price of filler for frown lines depends on the product that you choose. Most options range from $800 to $850 per syringe.

Botox

Botox for frown lines is a bit cheaper but the results won’t last as long. We charge $15/unit or $12/unit as a Loyalty Price.

Why Our Clients Think We Provide the Best Treatment for Deep Frown Lines

Here are some reasons to get frown line treatment at Metropolitan Skin Clinic:

  • Highly qualified medical practitioners who have undergone extensive education to be where they are today. Not only is our team qualified, but we are highly passionate about what we do!
  • Very high patient satisfaction as we always strive to produce natural yet effective results for our patients. We encourage you to read some reviews!
  • Pride ourselves on delivering an exceptional patient experience for everyone who walks through our door! We want the treatment to be informative, comfortable, and professional.
  • Years of experience administering frown line treatments allows us to achieve optimal results.
How Much Does Frown Line Treatment Cost?

Our Featured Frown Lines Treatment

Juvederm Filler

Juvederm Filler

1-2 Sessions/y

60-90 min

Botox

Botox

3-4 sessions/y

30-60 min

Fillers

Fillers

1-2 Sessions/y

60-90 min

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What our patients are saying about Frown Lines Treatment in Metropolitan Skin Clinic

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What our patients are saying about Frown Lines Treatment in Metropolitan Skin Clinic
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Laura was great at explaining everything, and making me feel at ease. Very pleased with the results!

Besa K.

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I very much enjoyed my visit with Shayna. I felt comfortable with her and she explained everything beautifully. I never felt pressure to do more than what I planned. She was fantastic!

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I love the results I get when Ashley does my Botox. She’s knowledgeable and very personable. I enjoy seeing her!

Mary B.

Frown Lines Treatment Near Me

If you’re looking for treatment for your frown lines and frown wrinkles in St. Paul and Minneapolis areas, you’ve come to the right place! We gladly serve patients in the greater Twin Cities area.

Hours

M: 9 am-6 pm

T-Th: 9 am-7 pm

Fri: 9 am-6 pm

Sat: 8 am-3 pm

Sun: Closed

Frequently Asked Questions About Frown Line Treatment

Are frown line injections painful?

No! Both Botox and filler injections are designed to be efficient and as comfortable as possible. If you’re getting filler, we will use a numbing agent to minimize any discomfort that you may experience. Botox injections feel like small pricks and are generally viewed as very tolerable.

How should I prepare for frown line treatment?

If you are getting frown line treatment, we recommend coming in with a clean, fresh face without makeup as we’ll need to clean your skin off beforehand. For 72 hours before the treatment, avoid taking painkillers such as Aleve or Aspirin. You’ll also want to avoid taking fish oil tablets or vitamin E supplements. Roughly one day before the procedure, make sure to limit alcohol consumption.

How to take care of my skin after frown wrinkle treatment?

If you are experiencing inflammation, you can use a cold compress or ice to reduce inflammation. Make sure to avoid taking strong painkillers for 24 hours after your appointment and avoid applying products such as makeup and skincare for one day.

Are there any risks or side effects of frown line injections?

It’s very uncommon to experience side effects from frown line treatment and many side effects resolve on their own. For example, diffusion of Botox into the adjacent areas such as the upper eyelid occurs in less than 1 in 100 patients.