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Marionette & Nasolabial Lines
Marionette lines run from the corners of your mouth down to your chin and could give a grim or sad look to your face . They result from age related volume loss in the lower part of the face. The nasolabial folds are lines located on either side of the mouth. They are more noticeable when a person smiles. With age, the fold becomes deeper and forms a shadow that can make the face look tired.
Combination techniques can be used here such as dermal filler and Botox two weeks prior to using filler. The aim is to reduce the depth of the line.
Another very useful technique is dermal fillers in the corners of the mouth. This adds volume and helps to move the mouth corners forward so your lower lip is supported, creating a more upwards turned mouth corner.
The next thing we do is to shape your jawline by using some filler alongside it. This lowers the jawline just adjacent to your chin to give you a straight jawline. By focusing on improving the overall shape around the marionette lines and folds by improving the shape and contour of the jawline and mouth.
The treatment for nasolabial folds includes dermal fillers just under the skin in the nasolabial fold area or the upper cheek area to give the cheeks a lift, making the nasolabial folds less noticeable.
£350 per syringe
Results seen immediately
Lasts for 12-18 months
All our facial aesthetic treatments are carried out by our lead Dentist, Dr Giso.
As a well trained dentist with years of experience you are in the best of hands. Dr Giso has in-depth knowledge of the facial structures and will discuss with you at length the best possible treatment for you that will suit you and help you address any concerns you have.
How long will fillers last?
The time that your filler will last will vary depending on several factors, such as if you've had filler efore, your body's metabolic speed (filler contains hyaluronic acid which your body will naturally breakdown over time). We tend to find fillers lasts between 4 and 8 months.
Are there any risks to getting filler?
Possible mild injection-site swelling and bruising may be experienced after treatment.
Are getting dermal fillers painful?
Dr Giso has many years experience and regularly undergoes further training to enhance her skills so you are in are very good hands when having fillers. However, if you would like we can provide anaesthetic numbing cream prior to treatment.