Treat the Lines Around your Mouth with Frown Line Filler

Frown lines, also known as marionette lines, are a normal part of aging skin and facial structure. They form when your face begins to lose structure and elasticity, so your mouth and chin area appear to be frowning. Often you will see these wrinkles as hard lines from the corners of your mouth to the tip of your chin.

If you want to reduce the wrinkles around your mouth, we can help. Frown line fillers are a quick and simple solution to help you feel comfortable in your skin again. At Face Forward Aesthetics, we provide specialty frown line fillers to reduce the look of aging in this area for a completely natural, younger-looking version of yourself.

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At a Glance

The number of treatments will vary, depending on patient needs.

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What Do Frown Line Fillers Do?

Dermal fillers plump the skin underneath and help reduce signs of aging. Unlike anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers do not affect the contraction of the muscles. Instead, they help lift the skin and wrinkle to fill in lost volume. The effect is mostly immediate after injection. We want you to feel comfortable with the process. With a few simple steps, we can treat the lines around your mouth so you can look and feel happier in your skin.

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Our practitioners will carefully assess your facial movement and identify the appropriate treatment plan to achieve a reduction in mouth-oriented frown lines.

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The provider will clean and numb the area for injection. Our fillers have hyaluronic acid to stimulate collagen, further reducing the sign of wrinkles on your face.

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We inject your frown line areas with a small needle and lightly rub them to shape the filler. We may repeat several times to achieve your desired dream results.

How Often Should You Get Fillers?

As your skin loses its ability to bounce back from wrinkles, you may notice your face changing. Many people struggle with frown lines because they can make their face, at rest, appear unhappy. We will help you feel like you again with safe FDA-approved fillers through a minimally invasive injectable frown line treatment. Your FFA Provider will recommend specific treatment needs after the injections. For more prominent wrinkles, we may suggest regular appointments to avoid worsening frown lines. Though treatment will vary by individual guest, most studies show frown line fillers can last anytime from 12 to 18 months.

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Procedure takes about an hour, so you can enjoy the rest of your day with a smile!

Treatment leverages a very thin needle causing minimal to no pain on injection

You will begin to see a visible smoothing of lines immediately post treatment!

Expect to maintain treatment around every 18 to 24 months for moderate to severe lines

Book Your Treatment Today From FFA

At Face Forward Aesthetics, we want you to see yourself at your best. Our cosmetic injection treatments have unparalleled results from industry experts. If you are tired of marionette wrinkles, we offer fillers at an affordable cost.

Our FFA practitioners can perform frown line reduction at any of our seven locations across the country.

This simple process can make a big difference in your skin and smile by treating the lines around your mouth. Use our client portal or call one of our local offices near you to book an appointment.

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FAQs



Treatment will vary by each individual guest, but most studies show frown line fillers can last anytime from 12 to 18 months.

You may experience some pain and swelling from fillers. You can expect soreness around the mouth for about a week as your face adjusts to the filler.

We recommend that our patients avoid using makeup, acid facial products and heavy exercise for at least 24 hours. No spas or saunas for at least 1-week post-treatment. 

The results are immediate!

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