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Lip Filler

Lip fillers are injections that add volume to your lips. They are typically volumized using hyaluronic acid fillers or commonly known as HA. HA is a natural substance in your body. This makes it a perfect choice for dermal fillers and that especially due to its ability to be dissolved when necessary.


Who is a candidate for lip filler?

Those who have overall good health Have realistic expectations No current infection including fever blisters and canker sores.


Why get lip fillers?

Due to factors such as genetics, smoking and sun exposure, we tend to lose volume in the lip area.


How long do lip fillers last?

Lip fillers typically last 12 to 18 months. However, it depends on your age and how fast your body breaks down calories into energy (metabolism). Younger people tend to burn calories faster, so lip fillers may not last as long.

Process Of Getting Lip Filler

If you choose to get lip fillers, a certified injector will evaluate and examine the areas of your lips to be augmented.

The lios will be cleaned with an antibacterial agent. Pain at the injection site may be managed by the use of a distraction instrument on the skin, anesthetic cream to numb the skin, or injection of local anesthesia. Lip injections are known to be painful, and pain management is important.

Injection usually takes only a few minutes per area. The process of injecting, massaging, and evaluating the result is next.

Once the results are deemed appropriate, any markings will be cleared. You may possibly be offered an ice pack to reduce swelling and alleviate your discomfort. Although the area may feel tender for a day or two, it is usually not painful enough to require medication. However, it is safe to take OTC as is allowed by your physician. Ice packs can be used as a prevention to usual swelling, which can vary from very minimal to a much larger degree. It's important to note that swelling and bruising is always a possibility that no one can pre-determine.

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