TREATING THE DOWNWARD SMILE

Do people often ask you if you are upset or unhappy about something? Do you look like you are frowning with your lips even when you do not mean to?  If so, it could be because of an ‘upside down’ smile where the corners of your mouth are pointing downwards, creating an unhappy expression even when you feel fine.

The cause of this downward movement is an overactivity of the Depressor Anguli Oris muscle, one of the many muscles that we use to move our mouth when we speak, eat and make facial expressions.

The downward smile can be corrected with a neuromodulator, on its own, or with dermal fillers if the lines are deeper and involve volume loss. To learn more about what would be right for you, book a consultation to explore your options.

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Length of Treatments: 30 minutes
  • Recovery Time: None
  • Onset of Action: 3-7 days
  • Cost: Varies depending on muscle strength 
  • Results: Best results will be seen at 2 weeks

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