Dermatology Research and Practice / 2015 / Article / Fig 2

Clinical Study

Evaluation of Subcision for the Correction of the Prominent Nasolabial Folds

Figure 2

The considerable improvement of nasolabial folds after subcision; (a) before and (b) immediately after treatment (>75% improvement), (c) one month (50–75% improvement) and (d) three months after subcision (25–50% improvement), and (e) six months after treatment (≈25% improvement especially in upper portion of NLFs). No depression at the needle insertion points was seen.
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