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What filler can be used for Smile Lines?

Apr 12,2019

What causes Smile Lines?

Smile lines, laugh lines and nasolabial folds, are all names for the folds appearing around the mouth from the nose. These folds are caused by a combination of repetitive muscle movements, sagging skin and loss of protein structures in the skin. As you age the loss of collagen and other proteins cause the skin to lose strength and support, causing sagging and combining this with repeated smiling actions, these wrinkles become more defined.

Why choose ELLANSÉ®?

ELLANSÉ is a unique advanced rejuvenation treatment offering immediate volume restoration and the stimulation of natural collagen production for long lasting results. This means you see results from the moment you finish your treatment and results will continue to improve over time while the newly formed collagen adds support and restores structure to the skin.

ELLANSÉ can fill the smile lines with immediate results, so when you leave the clinic with minimal smile lines. Over time, Ellansé will help stimulate natural collagen production and the collagen produced will help the results improve over time. With more collagen in the skin, there is more support and structure to reduce the visibility of your smile lines even once the filler has resorbed.

  • This facial filler restores volume immediately and long-lasting results by stimulating natural collagen production.
  • Results last from at least 1-4* years
  • High patient satisfaction1
  • Used in over 65 countries worldwide.
  • Minimal downtime

 

*Expected longevity in vivo based extrapolation of clinical data from -S and -M and accepted PCL degradation behaviour

 

References
1Moers-Carpi MM, Sherwood S. Polycaprolactone for the correction of nasolabial folds: A 24-month, prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial. Dermatol Surg 2013;39:457-463

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