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Droopy mouth corners are a common concern that can convey unintended emotions, despite your inner happiness. They often create a sad, displeased, or even angry appearance. These droopy corners persist when the muscles responsible for normal facial expressions fail to relax after use, remaining tense.

Several factors contribute to a downturned mouth. Among these, the depressor anguli oris muscles, located in the jaw, play a crucial role. These muscles, running from the mouth corners to the chin, pull the corners down during frowning. Overuse, particularly from repetitive frowning, can lead to drooping mouth corners. Fortunately, Dr. Yasmeen offers a solution with our droopy mouth corner Botox treatment, effectively reversing this effect.

Additionally, natural ageing processes can contribute to droopy mouth corners. With age, our skin's elastin and collagen production decline, leading to skin ageing. Lifestyle factors like smoking, excessive drinking, irregular sleep patterns, and sun exposure without SPF protection can also accelerate skin ageing.

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  • How does cheek filler work?
    As we age, our supportive fat, collagen and elastin stores deplete in the cheeks causing them to sag and droop. However expertly injecting filler into the cheek area we can restore volume, smooth out sagging or hollow skin and achieve lift by making the cheekbones more defined and youthfully-shaped.
  • Why choose cheek filler?
    Cheek fillers can serve two purposes depending upon what our patients would like to achieve. If a patient presents with volume loss, we can expertly use dermal filler to restore volume and create a natural fulness to the cheeks. Whereas for younger clients we can skilfully place filler to add contour and shape the cheeks and create aesthetically pleasing and natural-looking definition.
  • Does cheek filler hurt?
    For most patients, getting cheek fillers isn’t painful, just slightly uncomfortable. Prior to treatment, we will apply numbing cream to the site of injection, which helps to make the procedure even more comfortable. Many dermal fillers are also formulated with pain-relieving lidocaine. That built-in anaesthetic paired with the numbing cream means you’ll likely barely feel anything beyond the pressure of the filler as it’s injected under your skin.
  • How long do cheek fillers last?
    Cheek filler can last up to 12 months, sometimes longer. However, two weeks post-treatment, we like our patients to come in for a review so our expert doctor can assess your face and see if any additional volume is required. During the year a maintenance appointment may be necessary to further review your face and perform small “tweaks” to keep you looking fresh.



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