Nasolabial fold


What is the nasolabial fold?

The nasolabial fold is also called a smile or laugh line, although more common is that those refer to the lines aside the corners of the mouth. They are the two skin folds that run from the nostrils to the corner of the mouth.
As someone ages, the fold becomes more pronounced as a natural part of aging. They increase by sun exposure, smoking and also by losing volume in the cheeks.

What can we do about it?

Those who want to be treated can make an appointment for a free consultation. The cosmetic doctor will evaluate with you to see what the best product is for the best and natural result.
The classic way of treatment is just to fill the fold with a hyaluronic acid filler or Sculptra or Radiesse. The last years it is common treatment to restore the volume loss in the cheeks and cheekbones instead. This lifts the skin in the cheeks and therewith pulls the nasolabial fold open. This is a smoother and more natural way of attacking this fold. An alternative is the insertion of PDO-threads in the cheeks that also have a volume increasing and pulling effect.

For more information on the effects and properties of Sculptra or Radiesse please visit their pages. Click for the characteristics of another filler here .

What can Rimpelconsult offer you for the treatment of the nasolabial folds?

  • More than 20 years of experience in Botox and fillers
  • Top quality for affordable prices; 1st consultation free
  • Only use of safe products
  • Natural result through step-by-step construction
  • You call and mail and only consult with your own NVCG- and KNMG-certified doctor
  • Appointment within two days, no waiting time
  • Also open in the evening and during the day at the weekend
  • Maximum privacy; no waiting room, so you are always alone in the practice


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