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PDO Thread & Smile Line Filler Package Specials | Free Assessment with our Doctors

Smile Lines Filler or PDO Threads for Smile Lines Treatment

Smile lines, also known as accordion lines or laugh lines, form due to the movement of the mouth when smiling, causing the skin to wrinkle out from the mouth. Traditionally, smile line filler was considered the first-line treatment; however, with the introduction of PDO threads, these are rapidly overtaking smile line fillers as the treatment of choice. At Pearl, Our Doctors provide non-surgical treatments, including dermal filler and PDO threads for smile lines and a free assessment at the outset.

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*Lip wrinkle and smile line filler before and after photo – results are individual

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Doctor Only Injectors


1ml Smile Line Filler

Doctor Only Injectors


USUAL PRICE $699 per ml

2 ml Filler Package

Only $499.50 per ml


Usual Price $1398
Before and After PDO threads improve smile lines

*Before and After PDO threads for smile lines and lower face- results are individual.

What are Smile Lines?

Laugh lines develop over time due to facial changes caused by repeated expression, skin laxity, and facial volume loss. While driven by natural ageing, skin laxity is exacerbated by skin-stressing factors such as sun exposure, smoking, pollution, and skin inflammation. These factors accelerate the breakdown of elastin, collagen, and hyaluronic acid. And when combined with fat loss, there is a bunching of excess skin in the mid and lower face when you smile.

Laugh Line Treatment Options

The approach to treating laugh lines is primarily determined by the severity of the lines. When new wrinkles appear across the cheek, superficial smile line fillers are an excellent treatment option. However, once the lines become deeper or fixed, you may need PDO thread treatment for smile lines, skin tightening or a resurfacing procedure.

Smile Lines Filler Treatment

Dermal fillers work by adding volume to deeper layers of skin, reducing the appearance of lines on the cheeks when you smile—several factors influence product selection. Smile lines filler is typically injected perpendicular to and beneath the lines. These superficial injections can effectively reduce the wrinkling effect of accordion lines.

PDO Threads for Smile Lines Treatment

PDO threads are the newest kid on the block for treating laugh lines and achieving perfect skin tightening results. PDO threads are tiny (3-5cm long threads) inserted into your skin’s subcutaneous layer. 60-100 threads may be required. PDO threads, also known as Polydioxanone threads, work by stimulating the production of new collagen in your skin. They primarily tighten the skin but also have a skin lifting effect. To find out about PDO threads for smile lines book a free assessment with one of our Doctors.

Skin Tightening and Smile Lines Treatment

Skin tightening may be more appropriate if your laugh lines are more advanced.   Skin tightening can be accomplished through laser resurfacing.  Softening the appearance of smile lines with either fractionated Erbium or CO2 laser can be used. Radiofrequency, such as Infini or Secret RF, is an alternative for skin tightening. We provide a free consultation with our Cosmetic Doctors, and they will be able to assist you in finding the best treatment for you.

Book Online or call 07 3350 5447 for a Free Cosmetic Injectable Consult with one of our Doctors.

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