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Marionette Lines

Marionette Lines

Marionette lines are defined creases that run from the corners of the mouth down towards the chin. These lines can mimic that of a ventriloquist’s dummy, hence the ‘marionette’ moniker. Marionette lines are also known as nasolabial folds that occur at the top of the mouth.

There are a number of elements that contribute to the appearance of marionette lines. These include poor diet, genetics, ageing, smoking and environmental conditions. Other factors can include continual pursing of the lips, the drying of the skin which causes the skin to lose its elasticity and firmness, persistent exposure to the sun and smoking. Genetics also play a key part, and stress and anxiety can cause marionette lines to become more pronounced.

To prevent marionette lines it is advised that a high-quality sunscreen is used on a daily basis. Avoiding the sun, wearing sunglasses to avoid squinting and regularly using moisturiser to ensure that the skin is hydrated can also help in prevention.

The treatment of marionette lines and the jowly look under the mouth is one of the famous signature treatment devised by Dr Nick Milojevic at the Polyclinic Milojevic. It is one of our 3 unique Wow- treatments, with great results.

We provide the following treatments for Marionette Lines:

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Polyclinic Milojevic, Zagreb
Gundulićeva 40
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 (0)1 485 4441
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Coming for a consultation is the best way to find out more about our treatments. During the consultation we will assess all your needs and expectations and according to this will advise you on the most appropriate treatments. Apart from planning and choosing the appropriate procedures, the consultations are useful for agreeing on the prices and packages of prices for our services. We can assure you that if you choose to visit us, that you will receive the highest standards of customer service as well as treatments and results of the highest quality. Included in the price is a follow up appointment 2 weeks after you procedure and if necessary a correction.

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