What problems respond well to treatment?
Treatment of the mid and lower face can help address a wide range of issues. These include:
These are wrinkles that appear at the side and upper part of the nose that become particularly noticeable when smiling.
These form below the lower eyelid.
Upper lip lines
Also known as barcode or smoker’s lines
With age, some people develop vertical lines that extend downwards from the corners of the lips. They result partly from the ligaments around the mouth and chin loosening and sagging, and partly from movement of fat.
This is a horizontal crease between the lower lip and chin, that can become deep with age.
A gummy smile is one that exposes a disproportionate amount of gum tissue. Instead of sitting just above the top of the teeth, the upper lip rides up further, showing a noticeably larger expanse of gum. This can be addressed through skilful placement of products above the upper lip.
Masseter enlargement can occur due to excessive teeth clenching. It can produce a wide look to the face as well as discomfort in the temporomandibular joint. If you’re affected by this issue, please feel free to book a consultation to discuss possible treatment options.