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Remove Smile Lines with Bellafill

Remove Smile Lines with Bellafill

The genes we inherited give us much of our appearance. The shape of the bones in our face, facial asymmetries, skin type, and the list goes on. We come into the world with these traits in the game we call aging; it’s also the hand we’re dealt.

But it’s more complex than anatomy. How the muscles move in our face determines where wrinkles and fine lines may occur. If you have strong muscles between your eyebrows, and use them frequently for facial expressions, you’re more prone to fine lines in that area. If you have strong muscles around your mouth, they tend to pull your lips down at the corners, creating the appearance of a permanent frown.

None of this is a reflection on how happily or healthily you’ve lived your life. These fine lines are not there because you “deserve” them, but because of the facial anatomy you inherited from your parents.

The good news is there is help for those smile lines and wrinkles! In fact, filling in wrinkles and fine lines is the main reason most of our Bellafill patients have selected a dermal filler.

Unlike other dermal fillers, Bellafill has been FDA-approved and clinically proven to last through 5 years—half a decade! Use Bellafill once to fill in smile lines and it’ll last up to 5 years.

Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers, which often dissolve within a few months, Bellafill creates a lasting improvement in your skin. Its tiny, polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) microspheres are suspended within a base of smooth collagen gel. Once injected, Bellafill immediately reduces the look of smile lines. Over time, your body uses the microspheres to create a “scaffold” onto which your own collagen can develop. This collagen forms a foundation that adds volume to wrinkles, reducing their appearance. These natural-looking results feel soft and smooth through 5 years!

With Bellafill, you don’t have to decide between looking great now and looking great later. Bellafill provides beautiful, natural-looking corrections that last years instead of months.

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