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Clinical Study

Evaluation of Subcision for the Correction of the Prominent Nasolabial Folds

Table 2

The grades of improvement in WSRS (compared to baseline) at one month and 6 months after the beginning of the procedure.

WSRS improvement After 1 monthAfter 6 months
(compare to baseline)

No change1 (6.25%)7 (43.75%)
At least 1 grade 15 (93.75%)9 (56.25%)
2 grades or greater2 (12.5%)0

WSRS, Wrinkle Severity Rating Scale.
WSRS: 1 = absent (no visible fold), 2 = mild (shallow fold), 3 = moderate (not visible when stretched), 4 = severe (prominent, long, and deep fold), and 5 = extreme (extremely deep and long folds detrimental to facial appearance).

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