Smoker‘s lines, also known as lip lines, are the vertical lines that appear around the lips as we age. They may be caused by smoking, sun exposure, or simply the natural ageing process. Fortunately, they can be treated with dermal fillers at our London clinic.
Smoker's Lines Treatment London Bridge
Dermal fillers are used to smooth out wrinkles and lines by adding volume and hydration. The fillers are injected into the area of concern and work to plump up the skin, making it look fuller and smoother. The procedure is quick, painless, and requires minimal downtime.
At our London clinic, Dr Bhavjit Kaur uses a variety of dermal fillers specifically designed to treat smoker’s lines. Depending on the severity of the lines, we may use different brands and a varied amount of filler. Dermal fillers are specifically designed to treat the delicate area around the lips, and they can last up to one year after the initial treatment (this will be confirmed during your consultation).
Dr Bhavjit Kaur will work closely with you to determine the right filler to use and the best treatment plan to achieve your desired results. We understand that everyone’s skin is unique, and we strive to provide personalised care and attention to each of our patients.
If you are interested in learning more about how dermal fillers can help treat smoker’s lines, please don’t hesitate to contact us at our London clinic. We are here to answer any questions you may have and help you achieve the look you desire.
Do I have Smoker's Lines?
Common symptoms of smokers lines include:
• Fine lines around the lips
• Wrinkles around the mouth
• Sagging skin around the mouth
• Redness around the mouth
• Dryness around the mouth
• Loss of skin elasticity
• Loss of volume in the lips
What causes smoker's lines?
Smoker’s lines, also known as perioral lines, are wrinkles and lines that form around the mouth as a result of smoking. Cigarettes contain nicotine, which constricts the blood vessels in the skin, reducing the amount of blood and oxygen that reach the area. This can cause the skin to become dry, making it more prone to developing wrinkles. Smoking also creates repetitive muscle movements around the mouth, which can cause deeper wrinkles to form.
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Dr Bhavjit Kaur
Dr Bhavjit Kaur is an Aesthetic Physician, with over 27 years of clinical experience. She is a postgraduate in Pathology, Biomedical sciences, DRCOG, DFSRH and Cosmetic Medicine.