To help you prepare your next aesthetic medicine consultation, you will find on this page a glossary listing most of the terms used in aesthetic medicine and anti-aging medicine.
The wrinkles of the upper third of the face:
Frontal wrinkles: side dynamic wrinkles to the involuntary contraction of the muscle frontal and observed from the third decade.
Wrinkles of the lion (= wrinkles glabellaires): secondary dynamic wrinkles contraction involuntary procerus muscle, pyramidal and orbicular superior (located between the eyebrows).
The Crow's feet wrinkles: side dynamic wrinkles to the contraction of the outer portion of the orbicularis muscle of the eye.
Rabbit = bunny lines wrinkles.
The middle third of the face wrinkles:
The Angulus: deep Ride that starts at the level of the wing of the nose and extends the same side to the corner of the mouth. It is especially secondary to loss of volume of the cheekbones.
The folds of bitterness: Ride that starts at the level of the corner of his mouth and extends up to the side of the Chin. It is due to a loss of FAT volume located under the corner of the mouth and the involuntary contraction of the muscle Depressor Angulis Oris (DAO).
The wrinkles of the lower third of the face:
The way wrinkles wrinkles of the code = bar.
The keratinous = the platysmal strings.
Ptosis/PTOSIS of the upper eyelid
Technique of vectors
Dynamic phototherapy (PDT)