Question: I am a 47-year-old female. I recently quit smoking after 30 years and I have very deep wrinkles around my mouth. I’d like to have injectable fillers to take care of it. Is there an amount of time I should wait before having the procedure? Will some of the wrinkles correct themselves since I quit smoking?
Answer: In general, deep wrinkles are not likely to completely resolve by waiting. Therefore, fillers are very good to improve the wrinkles around the mouth.