Nasolabial and Marionette lines

Nasolabial folds treatment

Our mouth is particularly susceptible to the development of wrinkles, as it contains numerous muscles that are essential for our facial expressions. As we age these muscle movements inevitably create deeper wrinkles on the face than any other part of the body.

Wrinkles located between the nose and the corners of the mouth are called nasolabial folds. In the course of the aging process, the body’s own hyaluronic acid is broken down, which causes the skin to lose elasticity and creates wrinkles. This treatment is often combined with cheek filler. One of the advantages of treating the cheeks is that it lifts the entire face and reduces naso-labial lines and jowl.

Benefits of Nasolabial Fold Filler

· Rapid treatment success

· Fresher and more youthful appearance

· No downtime

Marionette Lines Filler

Marionette lines are wrinkles that can develop between the corner of the mouth and the chin. If these wrinkles are particularly defined, this can lead to an “unfriendly” facial expression. One of the main causes for the development of marionette wrinkles is the natural aging process, which can begin as early as the age of 20.


· Compensation of the volume in the corner of the mouth

· Lifting the corner of the mouth

· No downtime

Following the marionette lines/nadolabial folds treatment you may notice some slight swelling, redness and small bruises at the site of the injection; this will fade after 2-3 days.

It is recommended to avoid excess sun exposure, solariums and saunas for one week after your treatment. The results of your treatment will show immediately and will typically last 12 months. After this period, the marionette lines filler will dissolve harmlessly

Summary Of Your Treatment

Procedure Time

30 minutes estimated

Back To Work

Immediately estimated

Full Recovery

48 hours estimated



Sensitivity Period

24 hours estimated


Immediately visible

Duration Of Results

Up to 12 months

Risks & Complications

May cause bruises, asymmetry, swelling and infection *