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Nasolabial Folds and Marionette Lines

Facial movements, such as smiling and laughing, cause our skin to crease and fold. With age, we start to lose volume under our skin and its natural production of collagen slows, causing the skin to start sagging. As a result, the creases that occur as our face moves become permanent as the skin loses elasticity and is unable to bounce back. However, this can easily be minimised with dermal fillers.

Procedure Time

1 hour

Products Used

Hyaluronic Acid Filler



Duration of Results

6-9 months for most clients

Back to Work

Same Day

Back to Work


Marionette Lines


Nasolabial Folds


Most fillers will dissolve away and gets broken down by the body into water. However, there are cases that we have seen before with fillers that last much longer that it was intended to. For these cases, the filler had to be dissolved by injecting a dissolver call hyalase which breaks down the filler into water.

Most filler injections are not painful with numbing cream applied. There are some areas which are more sensitive, such as the lips, and can be more uncomfortable.

Before your dermal filler treatment, it's recommended to avoid alcohol for at least 24 hours. Inform your provider about any medications or supplements you're taking, and avoid blood-thinning medications like aspirin for a week prior.

After your treatment, refrain from strenuous exercise for 24-48 hours and limit sun exposure and tanning beds. Follow your provider's instructions regarding post-treatment products, and opt for gentle skincare routines while avoiding harsh treatments for a few days. If you experience any unusual symptoms or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us for guidance.


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