Bunny Smile Lines
Bunny smiles are the fine lines that appear when you scrunch your nose or squint your eyes often, and is essentially the result of overusing specific facial muscles. These creases are often genetic; however, they can be exacerbated due to ageing. Using Botox can soften those lines and reduce the appearance of the deep lines around the nose area. The procedure is virtually painless and only takes a few minutes, and the downtime is minimal. The results are typically seen within a week, lasting anywhere from four to six months.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a bunny smile? :
Bunny smiles are the fine lines that appear when you scrunch your nose or squint your eyes often, and is mainly the result of overusing specific facial muscles. These creases are often genetic; however, they can be exacerbated due to ageing.
How is a bunny smile fixed? :
Injecting Botox under the fine lines can soften those lines and reduce their appearance around the nose area.
How long does a bunny smile treatment last? :
A bunny smile treatment can last anywhere from four to six months, depending on the filler used and how the body takes to the Botox.
When will I start to see the results? :
The full effect of the results can be seen within a week or so.
Will there be bruising? :
There may be a little bruising which dies down within the week after the treatment. However, everyone is different, and some people are more prone to heavy bruising than others.
Which product is best for a bunny smile treatment? :
Botox is the recommended product for gummy smile treatments because it lasts longer.
Will there be any pain while getting a bunny smile treatment? :
The pain is very minimal. Before treatment, a topical numbing cream is applied to lessen the pain.
How long is the recovery period after getting a bunny smile treatment? :
The downtime for getting a bunny smile treatment is minimal. Small amounts of bruising can occur, which fade within two weeks after the treatment. Small amounts of swelling can also occur for the first few hours after the procedure, but it subsides within the day.