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Down Turned Smile

  • 30 min
  • 100 British pounds
  • Back of The Grove

Service Description

A down-turned smile, where the corners of the mouth naturally point downwards, can give the appearance of sadness or aging. This can be effectively treated with non-surgical cosmetic procedures that involve the injection of dermal fillers or botulinum toxin to lift and support the area. The procedure typically takes about 30 minutes and begins with a consultation to discuss the client's concerns and goals. An assessment of the facial anatomy helps determine the optimal injection sites for achieving a more lifted, youthful smile. The target area around the corners of the mouth is cleansed, and a topical anaesthetic may be applied to minimise discomfort. Depending on the individual’s needs, dermal fillers can be injected to add volume and provide structural support to lift the mouth corners. Alternatively, a small amount of botulinum toxin may be used to relax the muscles that pull the mouth downward, thereby softening the down-turned appearance. Recovery is generally straightforward, with minimal downtime. Some clients may experience mild swelling or bruising at the injection sites, but these typically resolve within a few days. The effects of fillers are visible immediately, while the results from botulinum toxin develop over several days, with full results visible within two weeks. Both treatments last about 6 to 12 months, and periodic touch-ups are recommended to maintain the lifted appearance.

Contact Details

  • 62 The Grove, Ilkley, UK

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