Can I use Botox and filler Or just filler or just Botox to correct corner lip frown? (photos)
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Corners of Lips and Correction
There is definitely a way to correct this droop at the corners of the lips which is an area that many patients complain that they are unhappy with. A combination of Botox and fillers correctly placed will improve this droop and should last up to six months. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Treatment to correct lip corner frown
This is a great question and a common one. There are many reasons that the lip corners can look down turned. These may gave to do with genetics, anatomy, habits as well as bone and tooth structures.
Generally speaking, fillers and Botox can be used but I think that it would be best to have live assessment and consultation with experienced doctor.
I hope this helps and best regards, Dr. Sapijaszko.
Botox and Filler for Downward Turned Corners of Mouth
Thank you for sharing your question. Based on your photos, a combination of Botox and fillers will be helpful to improve the down-turned corners of the mouth you are noticing. A small amount of Botox to the DAO muscles can release the muscles that pull this area down, which will help make you look happier. I would also recommend a dermal filler like Juvederm or Restylane to restore lost volume in the corners of the mouth. In my practice, I use the microcannula technique, which minimizes risk of bruising and only requires one needle stick on either side of the mouth. This technique allows filler to be injected evenly for a more natural looking result. In general, you are at the right age to consider maintenance with injectables. Small amounts of Botox and filler to various areas of the face can go a long way in making you appear rejuvenated and happy. I recommend consulting with a board certified specialist who can evaluate you in person and make more specific recommendations. Best of luck!
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Using a combination of both Botox and Filler like Juvederm- would be the best approach. The botox will relax the muscles turning your mouth down and the filler will fill in the volume loss around the mouth.
I would try just Botox at first. If not improved to your liking, add a filler such as Restylane for this. Don't do surgery
Turn that frown upside down
the corners of your mouth seem like a very benign area, but often times to make a more than subtle change, you have to "throw the book at it". Some filler will help, Botox will as well, but with the combination of the two (since they are completely different), I think you will be much happier with the results. Plus, if you are diligent with the Botox, the filler should last a bit longer as well.
Filler and Botox for the down turned corners
Hello, Your issue is commonly treated with a combination of filler and botox. It is probably going to take 2 syringes of filler carefully placed to address the issue of volume loss in the area we call the "marionette" lines. It is sometimes also helpful to use about 5 units of Botox split between both sides to decrease downward muscle movement that is pulling the corners down. This is something that most women over the age of 40 struggle with and is commonly addressed with a combination of treatments. IT is even sometimes necessary to use some filler or sculptra in the cheeks to lift them back up. The "mad" face can be from a combination of factors that would need to be assessed in person.
I hope this helps!
Dr. Quenby Erickson
Can I use Botox and filler Or just filler or just Botox to correct corner lip frown?
Thank you for your questions. Being mistaken for mad or sad when you're actually in a great mood is such a downer! A combination of both treatments could really work well for you. Using Botox to control the muscle that is pulling the corners of your mouth down in combination with some filler to give back a little bit of volume under the corners of your mouth can give a great rejuvenated appearance and help take the "GRR" out. As always, be sure to consult with a Board Certified Doctor for your best and safest outcome and result.
Best of Luck,
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