A Botox or Dysport treatment can turn that frown upside down!
While Botox and Dysport treatments are famous for removing lines from the face, the injections are also used to turn up the corners of the mouth, a frown that could be turned upside down.
The Depressor Anguli Oris is a muscle that can pull the mouth corners down, giving a person the appearance of looking sad or mad. Botox or Dysport injected in these muscles will help release the mouth corners to a straighter appearance.
If there is loss of volume around the mouth corners, dermal fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm can help rebuild tissue structure in this area.
These cosmetic products can achieve great results making people appear refreshed, relaxed and happier. Turning a frown upside down with Botox or Dysport costs typically less than $75, that’s icing on the cake!
Our Injection Nurse will help decide the best treatment for you. Contact Sarah or Jill.