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 Fine And Deep Set Lines

At our medical aesthetic clinic, our nurses can restore lost volume to reduce the appearance of fine and deep set lines.


What Causes Fine & Deep Set Lines?

Collagen and elastin are both essential for maintaining skin elasticity. However, as we age, their production decreases. This reduction can lead to the development of fine lines on the skin.


Additionally, repetitive facial expressions such as frowning or squinting can contribute to the formation of lines, particularly on the forehead and around the eyes. 

How Can I Treat The Concern?

At Sorella, we provide a range of handpicked aesthetic treatments designed to effectively target deep set lines, helping you reclaim a more youthful appearance. These treatments include dermal fillers and anti wrinkle injections.

Dermal Fillers 


Dermal fillers are a popular and highly effective option for treating fine lines and wrinkles. These injectable gels, often containing hyaluronic acid, are strategically placed beneath the skin’s surface to fill in wrinkles and restore lost volume.



Anti Wrinkle Injections 


Anti wrinkle injections are another proven method for treating fine lines, particularly those caused by repeated muscle contractions. 


These injections work by temporality relaxing the muscles responsible for creating wrinkles. By doing so, they smooth out existing lines and prevent new ones from forming.


How Can I Prevent Deep Set Lines?

Preventative measures are key for reducing the appearance of fine and deep set lines. You should - 


Use suncream with broad-spectrum protection when exposed to the sun.


Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water.


Avoid smoking, limit alcohol consumption and maintain a balanced diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. 


Establish a consistent skincare routine that includes cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising. 

To address your fine and deep set lines in an inclusive facial aesthetics clinic focused on safety, care and natural results, schedule a consultation.

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