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Clinical Study

Evaluation of Subcision for the Correction of the Prominent Nasolabial Folds

Table 3

Improvement degree (compared to baseline) at one month and 6 months after the beginning of the procedure.

Improvement degree After 1 monthAfter 6 months
(compared to baseline)

No response0 (0)3 (18.75%)
At least a mild response3 (18.75%)8 (50%)
A moderate response or greater13 (81.25%)5 (31.25%)

Improvement degree (evaluated by investigators and also one dermatologist): 1 = no response: <10%; 2 = mild response: 10–25%; 3 = moderate response: 26–75%; and 4 = excellent response: >75%.

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