By Gary M. White, MD
Three things cause wrinkles.
- Getting older
- The sun
See also smoker's face.
Creases, folds, and wrinkles occur on the face of the patient as s/he ages. In countries that drive on the right side of the road, the left side of the face may be more affected than the right.
Unilateral dermatoheliosis. A dramatic picture of a truck driver who exhibits much more wrinkling on the left side of the face than the right. For years, while a truck driver, UVA penetrated the glass of his truck and struck only the left side of his face. N Engl J Med 2012; 366:e25 April 19, 2012
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