rhytid

rhytid

 [ri´tid] (pl. rhy´tides)
skin wrinkle.

rhytid

/rhy·tid/ (ri´tid) pl. rhy´tides   skin wrinkle.

rhytid

[ri′tid] , pl. rhy′tides,
skin wrinkle.

Patient discussion about rhytid

Q. What diet should I take on to reduce this excessive wrinkling? I am 34 and my skin looks much older. My facial skin is sagging. It is also very dry and dull. My face glow has reduced. Couple of years back I was healthy and I had a glowing skin and a very bright face. I have used some of the cosmetics but in vain and it exceeds my budget too. So I thought to try for good diet pattern to support my skin clarity. What diet should I take on to reduce this excessive wrinkling?

A. recovering damaged skin and collagen is not likely...sorry..but you can avoid more damage by doing a very simple thing- USE SUNBLOCK!!!
the most damaging thing to our skin is sun radiation. all those creams that supposedly protect your skin and revitalizing it- are much less affective then just using simple sun block.

Q. Are there supplements that will get rid of FINE wrinkles in the skin. I am 62 male, and starting to age.

A. I'm not really sure if they do or not, but here is a good site on how to get rid of wrinkles: http://www.getridofthings.com/get-rid-of-wrinkles.htm Hope this helps.

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0 mL for perioral rhytid correction, as greater amounts significantly increase moderate and severe injection site reactions.
Restylane Silk is indicated for submucosal implantation for lip augmentation and dermal implantation for correction of perioral rhytids in patients over the age of 21.
The result, according to the firm, is more supple and radiant skin and the diminished appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and facial rhytids.
Watson D, Keller GS, Lacombe V et al: Autologous fibroblasts for treatment of facial rhytids and dermal depressions.
The lateral orbital rhytids, or 'crow's feet' wrinkles, were the site treated.
Clinical assessment demonstrated significant improvement with active treatment greater than control for fine wrinkling, tactile roughness, coarse rhytids, skin laxity/tone, sallowness/yellowing, and overall features.
Treatment guidelines for botulinum toxin type A for the periocular region and a report on partial upper lip ptosis following injections to the lateral canthal rhytids.
The study aimed to determine if less frequent Botox Cosmetic treatments provide longer-lasting reduction of glabellar rhytids, commonly known as brow furrows.
for use in non-invasive dermatologic and aesthetic procedures with indications for non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and rhytids.
It also has the flexibility to deliver FDDA treatment for more severe rhytids and furrows by stimulating new collagen and elastin production deep into the dermis.