Frown lines, often referred to as “11 lines” or glabellar lines, are those vertical wrinkles that form between the eyebrows.

Often we can reduce or eradicate these expression lines using Botox, but in some cases the lines are etched, and require dermal filler. Frown line filler treatment is a non-surgical solution designed to soften and smooth these lines, providing a more relaxed and rejuvenated appearance.

  1. Consultation: A thorough consultation to discuss your concerns, goals, and determine the most suitable filler type.
  2. Customized Treatment Plan: Our practitioners will create a personalized treatment plan, outlining the type and amount of filler needed for optimal results.
  3. Injection Process: The dermal filler is carefully injected into the frown lines and surrounding areas using a cannula.
  4. Sculpting and Molding: After the injection, the practitioner may massage and mold the filler to ensure an even distribution and a natural-looking outcome.
  1. Genetics:
    • Genetic factors play a significant role in determining how the skin ages and the likelihood of developing certain facial wrinkles. Some individuals may be genetically predisposed to deeper or more noticeable frown lines.
  1. Skin Type:
    • People with certain skin types, such as those with fair or thin skin, may be more prone to visible lines and wrinkles. Thinner skin can show the underlying muscle movements more prominently.
  1. Repetitive Facial Expressions:
    • The repeated contraction of facial muscles, especially the corrugator and procerus muscles between the eyebrows, can contribute to the formation of etched frown lines. Regularly frowning or squinting can cause these lines to become more pronounced over time.
  1. Sun Exposure:
    • Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun accelerates skin aging. Sun damage leads to the breakdown of collagen and elastin, contributing to the formation of lines and wrinkles, including frown lines.
  1. Loss of Collagen and Elasticity:
    • Aging is associated with a natural loss of collagen and elastin, which are essential proteins that provide structure and elasticity to the skin. As these proteins diminish, the skin becomes more prone to the development of lines and wrinkles.
  1. Smoking:
    • Smoking is a known factor that accelerates the aging of the skin. It contributes to the breakdown of collagen and reduces blood flow, leading to premature aging and more noticeable facial lines, including frown lines.
  1. Dehydration:
    • Inadequate hydration can affect skin elasticity and make fine lines and wrinkles more apparent. Maintaining proper hydration is essential for overall skin health.
  1. Facial Bone Structure:
    • Individual differences in facial bone structure can influence the way frown lines appear. Some people may have a more prominent bone structure that affects the visibility of facial lines.
  1. Lifestyle Factors:
    • Poor lifestyle choices, such as excessive alcohol consumption, inadequate sleep, and an unhealthy diet, can contribute to premature aging and the development of etched frown lines.
  1. Facial Expressions at Rest:
    • Some individuals naturally have more expressive faces, and their facial muscles may exert more tension even at rest, leading to the etching of lines over time.
  • Immediate Results: Patients typically notice immediate improvement of the treated areas.
  • Temporary Nature: Results are temporary, with the duration varying depending on the type of filler used.
  • Follow-up Appointments: Scheduled to assess results if needed


Soften Expression Lines

Frown line fillers soften and minimize the appearance of vertical lines between the eyebrows, resulting in a more relaxed and approachable expression.

Quick and Minimally Invasive

Frown line filler treatment is a non-surgical procedure with minimal downtime, allowing you to resume your daily activities promptly.

Natural-Looking Results

Skilled practitioners focus on achieving natural-looking results that enhance your features without creating an artificial or frozen appearance.