Deep Nose-to-Mouth Lines
Nose-to-mouth (‘nasolabial’) lines as the lines located on either side of the mouth. These folds which are made of dense bundles of fibrous tissue are often described as ‘brackets’ due to their semi-circular shape. They tend to become more prominent with age as the skin becomes thinner and saggy and they can make the face appear more tired and older.
There are several treatment options that are effective at reducing the appearance of nasolabial folds.
Profound RF is a break-through technology used to treat skin sagging, wrinkles and excess fat on the face, neck and body. Known as the ‘non-surgical face lift’, Profound RF is an injectable radiofrequency treatment that tightens, smoothens, hydrates and melts fat. In clinical trials, Profound RF was found to deliver 1/3 of the result of a surgical facelift in a single treatment and that 100% of patients had a clinically evident response to treatment.
Dermal filler is a substance that is injected into the dermis of the skin in order to plump and lift the tissue. Hyaluronic acid dermal filler can be injected into the cheeks or directly into the nasolabial folds to lift the skin and make the area less noticeable. Both treatment options are effective and long-lasting, with no down-time.
Best for: combination of volume loss from the face and deep folds
Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are an increasingly popular option for treating ageing skin and nasolabial folds. PDO threads are made of dissolvable material, similar to surgical stitches. As the thread dissolves in the skin, it creates new collagen in its place. This augments the skin quality and volume, thereby softening the appearance of nasolabial folds. The impressive skin-tightening results of this treatment are natural and long-lasting.
Ageing skin with significant laxity