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Lip fillers have become increasingly popular in recent years, as they offer a non-surgical solution for enhancing the appearance of the lips.

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Why choose lip fillers?

People opt for lip fillers for various reasons, including:

Fuller lips – many individuals desire fuller lips to achieve a more voluminous and defined look. Lip fillers can enhance lip volume, adding plumpness and creating a more balanced facial profile.

Lip symmetry – some people may have naturally uneven or asymmetrical lips. Lip fillers can be used strategically to correct these imbalances, resulting in a more harmonious and balanced appearance.

Ageing effects – as we age, our lips tend to lose volume and definition. Lip fillers can help restore youthful fullness, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth.

Self-confidence – improved lip appearance can boost self-esteem and overall confidence. Lip fillers can provide a subtle enhancement that enhances one’s natural beauty and makes individuals feel more comfortable and confident in their own skin.

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Benefits of lip fillers

Non-surgical – lip fillers are a non-surgical procedure, which means no incisions or downtime. This makes it a convenient option for those who want to enhance their lips without undergoing surgery.

Quick results – lip fillers provide immediate results, and the outcome can be tailored to suit individual preferences. The procedure allows for precise control over the amount of filler used, ensuring a natural-looking outcome.

Temporary effects – lip fillers are not permanent, and their effects typically last for several months. This temporary nature allows individuals to try out different looks and adjust their treatment plans as desired.

Are there any disadvantages of lip fillers?

Temporary results – while the temporary nature of lip fillers can be advantageous, it also means that the procedure requires ongoing maintenance. Follow-up appointments are necessary to maintain the desired lip volume and shape.

Potential side effects – although rare, there can be minor side effects associated with lip fillers. These can include temporary swelling, bruising, redness, or discomfort at the injection site. These effects usually subside within a few days.

Skill-dependent outcome – the success of lip filler treatments heavily relies on the skill and expertise of the practitioner performing the procedure. It is crucial to choose an experienced and qualified professional to ensure the best possible results.

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Lip fillers - the treatment process

The process of lip augmentation with dermal fillers typically involves the following steps:

Consultation: During the initial consultation, you’ll discuss your goals, expectations, and medical history with a qualified practitioner. They will assess your lip structure and determine the appropriate treatment plan for you.

Preparation: Before the procedure, your lips will be cleansed, and a topical numbing cream or local anaesthetic may be applied to ensure your comfort during the injections.

Injection: The chosen dermal filler will be carefully injected into specific areas of your lips. The practitioner will strategically place the filler to achieve the desired volume, shape, and symmetry.

Sculpting and Moulding: After the injections, the practitioner may gently massage or mould the filler to ensure an even distribution and natural-looking result.

Recovery: Following the procedure, you may experience some swelling, bruising, or redness. These effects are temporary and usually resolve within a few days. Your practitioner may provide aftercare instructions to optimise your recovery.

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Frequently asked questions
How long do lip fillers last?

Lip fillers done with a reputable filler should last you anything up to 18 months. You should not need to have lip fillers done every few months.

What not to do 24 hours before lip filler?

Avoid caffeine for about 24 hours before your procedure and avoid other foods or drinks that have a dehydrating tendency, as this could slow the healing process. It’s a good idea to reduce your salt intake for a couple of days before your appointment, especially if you’re getting dermal filler.

Can I wear lipstick the day after lip filler?

Do not apply lipstick or any other makeup on and around your lips for 24 to 48 hours after the treatment.