A degree of nose to mouth lines are a completely normal anatomical feature.
Why does it happen?
Over time they become more prominent as the fat pocket just above the line gets larger with age. This, combined with volume loss in the cheek area, collagen loss, and skin sagging, can contribute to a heavy nose to mouth line.
Directly in the nose to mouth line area or in combination with cheek fillers can help improve this. If there is volume loss in your cheeks, our first recommendation may be to do cheek fillers to add support to this area. We can then add direct filler to the nose to mouth lines to improve this line if necessary.
This is a radiofrequency with a microneedling device that can tighten and lift the skin. This can be used in combination with fillers but it can melt them, so it is best to get Morpheus 8 before fillers. It provides incredible, long-lasting results and is often referred to as a non-surgical facelift.