Treatments for deep wrinkles include combination therapy, facial fat grafting, laser therapy and facelifts. Other deep wrinkle erasers include fillers, chemical peels and Botox. Using products that are especially designed to combat collagen breakdown, such as creams with retinol-based ingredients, helps with deep wrinkles.
Deep wrinkles on the face may require a combination of dermal fillers, Botox and laser to rejuvenate the skin into a natural and outstanding look, according to Ocean Drive Plastic Surgery. The treatments are combined effectively to restore a natural youthful state. Botox works on deep wrinkles by freezing the muscles that cause wrinkles. Hyaluronic-acid injectable fillers, such as Juvederm Ultra Plus, Juvederm or Restylane, help replenish the fat lost during aging.
Lasers help with deep wrinkles as they penetrate deep into the skin, boosting collagen production and treating damaged skin. Nonablative lasers also help treat uneven skin tone, bumps on the skin and age spots. Lasers improve the skin tone immediately.
A facelift is a cost-effective and permanent solution to deep wrinkles. The procedure works by improving deep wrinkles and sagging skin and does not add any volume to the face. A facelift procedure may be minimally invasive or noninvasive but involves tightening the skin. The result is a durably rejuvenated face and skin.