About Nasolabial Fold Fillers

Does that crease joining the edge of your nose and lip appear to be getting deeper? Nasolabial folds are often caused by age, sun damage, smoking and laughing. While you might want to turn back the clock and make different choices, there is another way to reduce the appearance of these deep lines with natural-looking results. Nasolabial fold fillers restore volume and plump up the skin to reduce those lines and leave you feeling younger.

Nasolabial folds are deep creases running between the edge of the nose and mouth. By having filler injected into this area, you can plump up the skin, restore the lost volume and reduce the appearance of deep smile lines in an instant.

Price: from £300

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Visible Results

Immediately

Recovery Time

0-2 days

Anaesthetic

None/Topical numbing cream

Procedure Time

20 Minutes

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Questions?


Nasolabial fold fillers are made from purified hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in the body. They are used to plump up the skin and smooth out deep laugh lines caused by the sun, ageing and smoking, restoring your youthful look.


Nasolabial fold fillers work by injecting a ‘filler product’ called hyaluronic acid into the visible lines connecting the edges of your nose and mouth. The hyaluronic acid, which is naturally occurring in the skin, plumps up the area, restoring sunken lines to their former, smooth state.


You will see visible results immediately after you have had laugh line filler injections. The filler then takes about two weeks to fully develop along your nasolabial folds.


Smile line fillers tend to last between 6-12 months. However, they can last as long as 18-24 months, but this varies from person to person.


The appearance of smile lines can be reduced by doing a range of mouth exercises every day for a prolonged period of time. You could also undergo a facelift, but this involves an extensive surgical procedure, a long recovery time and a big price tag. The quickest and most cost-effective way to remove nasolabial folds is with dermal fillers, which give instant results.


We only use the market-leading brand, Juvederm.


Dermal fillers can be risky, especially if they’re not done properly. There are plenty of beauty therapists performing filler treatments at the moment and the truth is, they’re not properly qualified and have likely only taken a 1-day training course. If filler treatment is not done correctly, risks can include blindness, infection and the need for surgery if not injected into the correct area.

 

To ensure you are receiving safe and quality treatment, Face&Co Chester is a doctor-led clinic. We only employ experienced medical practitioners who are on at least one of the following registers: 

 

  • British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)
  • Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP)
  • Save Face
  • British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN)
  • British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)

 

Your safety is our main priority. Always make sure you ask to see that qualifications of the practitioner performing your treatment before going ahead with a procedure.

The Right Practitioner

Your face is the first thing anyone sees, so it’s important you choose the right practitioner for the job. Our Clinical Medical Officer, Dr Ryan Hamdy, has been performing cosmetic enhancements for over 15 years. He is a full member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, (MBCAM), and is dedicated to achieving natural-looking results of the highest quality.

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Amanda Tuckwell

Clinic Manager

Amanda has worked in various roles within the NHS, from Emergency Nurse...

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Dr. Jamie Harrison

Aesthetic Doctor

Dr. Harrison was a full-time Doctor in the NHS and has experience working on...

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Dr Ryan Hamdy

Chief Medical Officer

Dr Hamdy heads up our Face&Co team as our chief medical officer. Previously...

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