Upper Face Wrinkles
Upper face wrinkles can be as a result of several factors and as a result several different solution may be required.
During your consultation we assess your face and consider the layers that make up the face, which include the skin, facial volume, such as fat and collagen, muscles and the skull. As we age, the fat and collagen decline in certain areas. Fat pads especially, can shrink, separate and descend down due to gravity and cause flattening to the central part of our faces, particularly in the cheeks.
As a result of fat pad and muscle changes in the face, the lifting structures beneath the skin also have a detrimental impact on the skin, allowing the skin to sag or fold.
Combine this with an increased exposure to the UV rays year after year, and the skin begins to show signs of ageing too,