Hello, Is it possible to modify my nasolabial folds? (photos)
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Softening of Nasolabial Folds
I would suggest initial assessment of your mid-face and particularly your cheeks and augment them if necessary with a filler like Voluma, which has in turn softens your nasolabial folds. Hope this information helps.
Nasolabial folds in 19 year old
People of any age can usually improve the appearance of their nasolabial folds using filler. In general, I usually recommend using a filler like Voluma on the cheek bones as a first step. This provides some lift that can reduce the depth of the nasolabial folds and reduce the amount of filler needed there. This is important because overfilling the nasolabial area does not look natural and should be avoided. Specifics about your individual needs will be recommended by your doctor during your examination.
Good luck with your treatment. Dr. Gill
Possible to modify nasolabial folds
Thank you for your question.
Yes, it is often possible to soften the folds with fillers. Without a picture in a neutral position of you (even if you think it's somebody who looks "exactly like you", there are still subtle differences), it's not possible to make any recommendations. What's really needed is an in-person consultation with a local plastic surgeon who will evaluate you and discuss your options.
Dr. Dan Krochmal
MAE Plastic Surgery
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Hello, and thanks for your question and photo. Filler can definitely be used to soften these lines, but without a picture of your face in the neutral position it will be difficult to suggest a specific treatment plan. In order to determine the best treatment plan for you, I recommend an in-person consultation with an expert. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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