Is Restylane a good treatment option for smiles?

I want to use Restylane to treat/fill my smile lines. I am 50 yrs old & have had Perlane & Botox on other areas. Is Restylane a good treatment option?

Answers from doctors (4)


Impressions MediSpa

Published on Jun 23, 2017

Restylane can be used on the smile lines, however Perlane (Restylane Lift) may give you a longer duration when treating the nasal folds. I would recommend that you be evaluated by your health care provider for the best option.

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Answered by Impressions MediSpa

Restylane can be used on the smile lines, however Perlane (Restylane Lift) may give you a longer duration when treating the nasal folds. I would recommend that you be evaluated by your health care provider for the best option.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics

Published on Nov 21, 2013

Yes, it is a good option for treatment of smiles lines. It usually lasts about 6 months.

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Answered by Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics

Yes, it is a good option for treatment of smiles lines. It usually lasts about 6 months.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Aluna Cosmetic, Laser, and Vein Center

Published on Nov 21, 2013

Restylane only lasts 3-6 months, but does the same job.

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Answered by Aluna Cosmetic, Laser, and Vein Center

Restylane only lasts 3-6 months, but does the same job.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Rejuve

Published on Nov 20, 2013

Restylane is one possible treatment option for the smile lines. In this area, there are several other possibilities such as Radiesse, Juvederm, and Perlane. The best option will have to be decided after a close evaluation. The choice should be based upon the severity of the lines, desired outcome, and other factors.

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Answered by Rejuve

Restylane is one possible treatment option for the smile lines. In this area, there are several other possibilities such as Radiesse, Juvederm, and Perlane. The best option will have to be decided after a close evaluation. The choice should be based upon the severity of the lines, desired outcome, and other factors.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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