Anyone who lives long enough will live to see their skin begin to sag and wrinkles on the forehead, around the eyes and the mouth, just about anywhere that there is skin, eventually there will be a wrinkle. For a long time there was little or nothing that could be done about wrinkles. People tried to consider them a sign of maturity and wisdom, but unfortunately today we live in a society that is more physical appearance obsessed and youth oriented than ever before. Fortunately we also live in a world where medical technology is far beyond what it has ever been before and there are more options available for treating wrinkles than their have ever been before. The classic surgical options like a facelift or feather lift are still available for dealing with wrinkles, and depending on the severity location and nature of your wrinkles these may be a very good option. Newer techniques involve a wide range of injectable fillers, many of which are made using naturally occurring substances in the body, which greatly reduces the risk of complications. Some of these injectable fillers, like hyaluronic acid, have beneficial side effects, actually improving the health of the skin that they are injected into by encouraging the flow of moisture and nutrients. Still other options exist. You have very likely heard of Botox, and it may be a good option for you especially if you are still relatively young and only just beginning to see signs of wrinkles. Botox can work by relaxing the muscles that will create those wrinkles stopping them in their tracks before they ever have a chance to etch their way into your skin.
Wrinkles are not a health threatening condition, which you should take into consideration when deciding whether or not to undergo any sort of cosmetic procedure, particularly surgical options which have a higher risk of complications. If you are extremely stressed about the appearance of wrinkles, a treatment to prevent or reduce their appearance may be a healthier option than allowing your anxiety level to build to unhealthy levels. Regardless of what sort of wrinkle treatment you find appealing there is a lot of information available regarding that treatment on this site and others. You should try to learn as much as you can about the different techniques for treating wrinkles, not only so that you can find one that appeals to you, but also so that you will have realistic expectations of what that particular treatment for wrinkles can achieve for you. Once you have done that you should find a qualified, reputable doctor to discuss your condition with so that he can inform you of any risks or limitations, and so that he can work with you to determine what if any treatment is appropriate for your wrinkles.