Fine Lines and Wrinkles, Begone!
Fine lines, wrinkles, and folds, ridges, and creases in your skin appear when collagen degrades as you age. Collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity.
What is Collagen?
The glue that holds us together, collagen is a long, fibrous structural protein, and the main structural protein in the space outside our cells in our connective tissues. All connective tissue contains elastic and collagenous fibers.
Collagen is abundant in your corneas, blood vessels, gut, intervertebral disks, and your tooth dentin. It is up to 6% of the weight of your strong muscle tissue. Mineralized collagen tissues may be rigid bone, compliant tendon, or cartilage, a gradient from rigid to compliant.
Collagen’s Healing Response
A key natural resource, collagen is a component of skin tissue that can benefit all stages of the wound healing process, especially in closing wounds. As a natural product resistant to bacteria, it can be used as a natural wound dressing, and can guide new collagen deposition and capillary growth.
This healing response to dermal fillers and injectables creates new collagen, helping to slow your visible aging by softening the lines and wrinkles on your face and restoring lost volume. When you are ready to neutralize signs of aging on your face, Dr. Nangrani can help you regain a more youthful you.
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