Dermal Fillers for Nasolabial Lines


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Nasolabial lines are the naturally occurring creases, which typically runs from the corner of your mouth to either side of your nose, separating the cheek from your upper lip. Over time the cheeks can lose their elasticity and pertness, and gravity begins to have an adverse affect on them. As the cheeks fall it increases the depth and appearance of the nasolabial lines leading even to sagging. This can be very upsetting as it is highly noticeable, and certain facial expressions such as smiling can increase the negative appearance of these lines, and can undermine your general feeling of self worth and mental condition.

Eradicating this common sign of Ageing

Fortunately the use of dermal filler can improve the appearance of this condition. The most commonly used dermal filler for this procedure is hyaluronic acid, which works with the natural process of the body to tighten and smooth the area it is applied to. Under a subtle process of small injections the overall facial contour and skin surface can be improved using the derma filler. A little redness, discomfort and swelling can be expected after this sort of treatment, but the risk of other side effects or complications are relatively low with dermal filler as it is a non-invasive treatment that can be generally carried out under local anaesthetic. Nevertheless a full and comprehensive consultation with your aesthetic practitioner/surgeon is advised before undertaking any procedure of this nature to discuss any and all possible outcomes and to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatments and care. If the temporary effects of the dermal filler is not a radical enough change for you it might be worth using dermal filler to compliment a more invasive treatment such as a face lift, where the skin is pulled back and pinned behind the hairline to decrease sagging and excess skin.


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