This patient came to see Dr. Francesco Campanile because she was unhappy with the aging appearance of her face. She discussed with Dr. Campanile how the lines from her nose to her mouth, also known as nasolabial folds, have gotten deeper and as a result, have begun to bother her. She also explained to Dr. Campanile that she seemed to have an extra line on the right side of her face that she disliked. As we age, lines can either form or get deeper due to sun exposure, sleeping on a certain side, or asymmetry that we are born with can even develop more over time.
Dr. Campanile gave the patient the option of having Juvederm injected into the lines to soften their appearance. He explained that he could inject more of the syringe into the wrinkles on the right side to help bring more symmetry back into her facial appearance. The patient was excited about this option and decided to move forward and have Juvederm® injected into her facial wrinkles the same day as her consultation. After placing some ice on the areas, Dr. Campanile injected two syringes of Juvederm® into this patients nasolabial folds. The patient came in two weeks after her injection of Juvederm® and told Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Campanile that she was very happy with the softened appearance of her wrinkles.
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