The “Resting Angry Face” Cure?
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Is there a cure for your permanent scowl? The Doctors examine a possible way to fix your resting angry face!
Sue suffers from the misconception that she is constantly in a bad mood due to the lines in her face, especially near her eyes.
“Too many times people have asked me, ‘What’s wrong?’ When there’s nothing wrong. I’m perfectly happy and calm, I’m not sad, I’m not angry,” she says of how many people perceive her.
With the help of dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer and fillers, Sue undergoes an on-air treatment to help get rid of her uncontrollable frown without having to endure a major surgery. Dr. Emer uses fillers to rejuvenate her problematic areas. He injects Sue in the eyebrow, temple and forehead.
“By adding volume, Dr. Emer is lifting those areas that have dropped a little bit... which will give Sue a more youthful look,” Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains.
Dr. Emer says the procedure will not bruise and has no downtime. It can last up to 2 years and ranges in price from $1500 to $3000. See the results of Sue’s on-air filler injections in the video below – do you think it cured her of her resting angry face?