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anniebrown007
london, United Kingdom

 
perioral wrinkles - what can I do about them?


microdermabrasion? laser? fillers? surgery? nobody seems to be convinced upper lip wrinkles can be got rid of!

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jhonnys


Plastic surgeon
Coral Gables, FL
United States
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  perioral wrinkles - CO2 laser is the best
August 28, 2013 1:40 AM

The best treatments for periareola wrinkles are CO2 laser and fillers. For more details please visit here http://www.drjsalomon.com/laser_resurfacing.asp (more)
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DrSolomon


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Thornhill, Ontario
Canada
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  perioral lines
April 12, 2012 6:08 PM

Co2 laser resurfacing and dermabrasion are the most effective treatments for perioral wrinkles. Less aggressive treatments such as non ablative lasers often are not effective and leave (more)
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drclevens


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Melbourne, FL
United States
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  Solution for Perioral Wrinkles
March 28, 2012 11:18 AM

Peri-oral wrinkles are indeed treatable. Laser skin resurfacing offers the most long-term / permanent solution following a single office procedure. If you decide against Laser Treatments, (more)
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drfrankagullo


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El Paso, TX
United States
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  Perioral wrinkles
October 25, 2009 10:19 AM

You are correct when saying that perioral wrinkles pose a difficult problem. There are many options to improve perioral wrinkles. Resurfacing with a laser is the best option. We offer (more)
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Dr.StevenWeiner


Facial plastic surgeon
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
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  In my opinion, Fraxel re:pair is the best
February 24, 2009 7:49 AM

A laser will offer the best permanent solution. Complete eradication might not be achievable if they are really deep. In that case, filler and BOTOX can help. The Fraxel re:pair offers (more)
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