Nasolabial folds

Nasolabial folds are common wrinkles that form alongside your inner cheeks. They stretch from the bottom of your nose to the corners of your mouth.

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About the procedure

Everyone has these wrinkles to some degree, but they tend to get deeper with age, along with other factors.

While there are numerous types of wrinkle therapies available, dermal fillers tend to be the first line of treatment recommended by dermatologists.

Other treatments may be used instead, depending on the severity of the folds as well as other concerns, such as sagging skin.

Let’s go over the benefits and the risks so you can discuss these further with a dermatologist.

Nasolabial fold filler treatment 

Dermal fillers are injectable compounds used in the treatment of facial wrinkles. They work by “plumping” the area of skin so that fine lines and deep wrinkles appear smoother.

All types of fillers help to stimulate collagen, a skin-plumping protein that you naturally lose with age.

The most common types of fillers for nasolabial folds contain hyaluronic acid. This clear substance is naturally produced in the skin and helps with firmness and hydration.

The following hyaluronic acid fillers are approved for the treatment of nasolabial folds:

  • Belotero
  • Juvéderm
  • Restylane
  • A dermatologist may recommend other types of fillers for these types of wrinkles, including calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse) and poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptra).

Once a dermatologist has helped you determine the best type of filler, they’ll inject it directly into points along your nasolabial folds. Your body will eventually dissolve these fillers. Overall, the injectables last between 6 and 18 months.


  • Deep nasolabial folds
  • Overhanging of the cheek-zygomatic region with the formation of wrinkles in the nasolabial region
  • Slowing down the natural aging process in the nasolabial region


  • Intolerance to the constituent elements of the drug
  • The use of previously permanent (permanent) fillers for a similar procedure
  • Chronic diseases in the acute stage
  • Blood clotting disorders
  • Tendency to form keloid and hypertrophic scars
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding period

Answers to the most popular questions

Benefits of using filler for nasolabial folds
Nasolabial fold filler risks and potential side effects
Other ways to soften nasolabial folds
What causes nasolabial folds?

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