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Miraculous Options for Lip Fillers Enhancement

Posted on May 12, 2022

Lip augmentation using an injectable dermal filler is now the most used approach in aesthetic medicine. Dermal fillers of various sorts can be injected into your lips and around your mouth. 

However, the most often used fillers nowadays are those containing hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring chemical in the body that aids in increasing the volume of your lips.

But what exactly can a lip filler enhancement do for you? How do lip fillers work? What usually happens during the procedure?

In this article, I will talk about the benefits of lip augmentation and how lip fillers work. I will also go through what happens before, during, and after a lip filler treatment. Lastly, I will discuss the risks and side effects of the procedure. 

Benefits of Lip Filler Enhancement

If your thin, lined, or asymmetrical lips bother you, cosmetic procedures can address your problems and help you feel more confident. 

Here are the top benefits of a lip enhancement: 

Lip enhancement via dermal fillers as lip fillers add volume to your lips.

Lip enhancement via dermal fillers as lip fillers add volume to your lips.

Lip enhancement takes you back to a former lip size.

Your lips may get smaller or thinner as you get older. In addition, your philtrum (the groove between your upper lip and septum) may become longer and flatter. The distance between the corners of your mouth (intercommissural distance) may also rise.

Lip enhancement can help you with this. By adding volume to your lips, the treatment helps you get back to your former lip size. 

Lip enhancement contours your lips. 

It’s normal for your lips to be of varying sizes or shapes (asymmetrical). If you are bothered by the look of your lips, you can have them contoured. 

Lip contouring is the process of changing the curve of your lips. A lip filler treatment does this process well, producing attractive, symmetrical lips.

Another benefit of lip fillers is they’re reversible.

Lip enhancement is reversible.

If you’re not happy with how you look, your doctor can inject an enzyme (i.e. hyaluronidase) to eliminate your lip filler. This way, you can make changes to your lips’ appearance even after the procedure. 

Lip enhancement increases your confidence.

Lip enhancement can make you feel better about yourself and your physique. By doing this, lip fillers increase your confidence. They can also help you with your career, especially if you are a model or actor. 

Lip enhancement poses little to no side effects.

When it comes to hyaluronic acid fillers, allergic reactions and adverse effects are quite rare. It is, therefore, critical for a potential patient to share any known allergies or medication regimen at the initial consultation. 

This ensures that I select the appropriate filler. If a person is allergic to the filler’s components, I may first do a test by injecting a little quantity into the patient’s arm.

What Is a Lip Filler? 

Lip fillers are created from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring material in the body that attracts moisture and may hold up to 1000 times its own weight. 

Any skincare aficionado has heard of hyaluronic acid. It is widely used in serums, creams, and moisturisers to hydrate the skin and fill fine wrinkles. However, it is also an excellent component for lip fillers. When hyaluronic acid is injected into your lips, you will immediately notice plumper, fuller lips.

When you walk in for a lip filler consultation, you must explain your desired goals to me, Dr. Julian de Silva. Do you want to go Kylie Jenner-style or simply add a little plumpness? Together, we can choose whether you need a full or half syringe, as well as which lip filler is right for you. 

Lip enhancement treatment via dermal fillers is a non surgical procedure. 

A cosmetic practitioner administers lip fillers by injecting them into the right areas.

How Do Lip Fillers Work? 

Making an appointment with a board-certified plastic surgeon is the first step in receiving a lip filler operation. Before you contact them, you may go online and read other patients’ evaluations.

We naturally lose collagen and fat as we age. This causes the face to thin and droop, particularly the lips. Lip fillers work by replenishing the collagen and fat that has been lost.

Fillers of various sorts are injected into the lips during the procedure. Autologous fat injections, also known as fat grafting, are lip fillers that take fat from another region of your body.

Fat injections should only be administered by a competent cosmetic surgeon who has received specific training in fat transfer operations. These injections can provide a gorgeous enhanced lip contour that looks and feels extremely natural and lasts for years with such a provider.

Injectable lip augmentation treatments can be performed rapidly and with little to no downtime in my Harley Street clinic. Fat injection, on the other hand, requires a small area of liposuction to remove fat from another portion of your body before the injection can take place.

Lip Augmentation Overview

Wondering how a lip filler procedure goes? I got you. Here’s what usually happens before, during, and after a lip filler procedure: 

Following the injection, ice may be used to reduce pain and swelling. However, no forceful pressure should be applied to the treatment region.

Lipstick and other lip cosmetics should be avoided immediately following the operation.

You should be able to tell the difference right away. Your lips should feel natural when they have healed.

Lip enhancement treatment is a quick and effective treatment lip.

Lip enhancement treatment is a quick and effective treatment lip.

Lip enhancement treatment is a non surgical way to have better looking lips.

Before Lip Augmentation

You need to consult with a cosmetic prior to your lip filler operation. You can book a consultation with me here.

Consultation Questions

I will look at a variety of aspects, including your mental health and any social issues you may have. Furthermore, I may ask you the following questions:

  • What are your expectations?
  • Do you spend a lot of time worrying about imagined or minor flaws in your body?
  • Is your spouse, boyfriend, or a close friend pressuring you to have lip fillers?
  • How ready are you to get lip fillers?

Your physical health and face form are other crucial considerations. In addition, I will assess your overall health, including any prior health issues or risk factors. 

When deciding on the size of your lips, think about how you’ll look. You may want your lips to look like those of a celebrity, but this may not be possible because your face shape and characteristics are unique. However, if you do not want to refer to an image, be prepared to clearly describe what you want your lips to look like.

We will also discuss any allergies you may have. Also, you have to inform me of any prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) drugs you’re taking, including herbal supplements.

Next, I will examine and measure your face. My staff will also photograph your face and lips for your medical record.

During Lip Augmentation

I will first administer a local anaesthetic. The anaesthetic will numb your lips, ensuring that the procedure is as painless as possible. This will numb the area after 15 to 30 minutes.

Very small needles are used to inject the material into your lips after precisely designating the locations to be injected.

If you have a BLT allergy, I may use a nerve block injection to numb your lips. Nerve block injections may be used prior to the therapy to totally numb the lips. This is comparable to the anaesthetic injections used to numb your mouth at the dentist. 

Applying ice to the lips before injections helps to numb the region and may reduce bruising and swelling. Your lips should be numb for around 15 to 30 minutes following the injection.

Next, I will inject lip filler into any or all of your lips, including the edges (vermillion border), the curvature in the middle of your upper lip (Cupid’s bow), and your oral commissures. I will use a small needle (corners of your mouth) for this. 

There will be no discomfort, but you may get a pinching feeling and your eyes may moisten. On average, I will inject one milliliter (mL), or approximately one-fifth of a teaspoon, of lip filler into your lips. The needle will not penetrate your skin any deeper than 2.5 millimeters (mm).

To reduce swelling and bruising, I may apply an ice pack to your lips throughout the treatment. The entire process might take as little as 30 minutes or as much as two hours.

Fillers lip in London can add volume to your lips and give you a natural look. 

Fillers lip in London can add volume to your lips and give you a natural look. 

Fillers lip are administered via lip injections. 

After Lip Augmentation

Following the treatment, I will gently massage your lips to allow the filler to absorb. I also might continue to chill your lips.

My staff will keep an eye on you for up to 15 minutes to make sure you don’t have any adverse effects such as dizziness, nausea, or significant bleeding. 

They will let you go home after they have determined that you no longer require supervision. Even if a local anaesthetic will not leave you drowsy, you should have a family member or friend drive you home.

You might also have swollen, sensitive, and bruised lips after the procedure. Swelling normally subsides within 24 to 48 hours, although it might last up to a week.

I will also arrange follow-up visits following the treatment to check on the progress of your lips. My staff may take another image for your medical record so you can examine how your lips appeared before and after the procedure in London.

Guidelines for Recovery

In addition, I will give you some guidelines for proper recovery. The following will aid in the healing of your lips:

  • To relieve inflammation, discomfort, and swelling, use an ice pack for up to 10 minutes.
  • For at least 24 hours, avoid using lipstick, lip balm, or any other substance on your lips.
  • Touching or puckering your lips, including kissing and drinking from a straw, is prohibited.
  • Brush your teeth with caution.
  • Drink a lot of water after the procedure. 
  • For at least 24 hours after the treatment, refrain from exercising.

Lip Filler Treatment Before and After Photos

Here are some lip treatment before and after photos of my patients:

BeforeAfter

Patient 1: For many years, this patient had wished for additional volume and plumpness in her top lip. To get the required effects, an exquisite hyaluronic acid filler was applied. The combination of cool temperature and anaesthetic provided total comfort and pain relief.

BeforeAfter

Patient 2: This patient requested a natural lip augmentation. She didn't want big lips that appeared like she'd had lip fillers. Lip fillers were carefully injected to increase her lip volume and borders.

BeforeAfter

Patient 3: His patient wished to have larger, more feminine lips. Her natural enlargement was achieved via the use of a combination of fillers. She was delighted with the outcomes.

BeforeAfter

Patient 4: This patient requested bigger lips that were absolutely natural, with no over-filling that made it appear as if she had received treatment.

BeforeAfter

Patient 5: This patient requested greater volume and definition to her lip border.

BeforeAfter

Patient 6: This patient wanted to improve the appearance of her upper lips, which were out of proportion with her lower lips. The lip filler patient was delighted with the outcome.

BeforeAfter

Patient 7: This patient desired a cautious and natural lip augmentation. The patient was delighted with the outcome.

Swelling or bruising are normal side effects of lip fillers London. 

Lip Enhancement Side Effects and Risks

The side effects of lip fillers are brief and should only last a few days. They may include:

• Bleeding

The injection site may suffer from bleeding. However, I can prescribe medication to stop this.

• Swelling and Bruising

Swelling and bruising are the most common risks associated with lip treatment.

•Tenderness and Redness

You may also experience tenderness and redness at the injection site.

Lip fillers treatment in London is a medical procedure. When administered by a competent healthcare expert, such as a reputable plastic surgeon like me, Dr. Julian De Silva, lip fillers are quite safe. Remember, lip fillers should not be obtained from a beauty salon or spa. I recommend you get them from the top skin clinics in London to avoid complications.

Take note, risk damaging your lips if you do not acquire lip fillers from a skilled, experienced, and registered doctor. Your lips might permanently expand. In addition, the tissue around your lips could die, the lip filler could harden, or the injection sites could get contaminated.

Conclusion

It’s reasonable to be concerned about lip fillers or any procedure that modifies your look. 

What if you are dissatisfied with the outcome? What if you decide to use only half a syringe? While you’ll most likely be pleased with the effects of your lip fillers, don’t be concerned if you’re not because they’re completely reversible.

Do you want to work with a cosmetic surgeon that values your needs and wants above all? Are you looking for a reputable clinic in London that can help you make your lips look better? Do you want to increase your confidence? 

Book a consultation with world-renowned lip filler specialist Dr. Julian de Silva now!  

Lip injections contain a dermal filler that can give you a natural look. 

Lip injections contain a dermal filler that can give you a natural look. 

Dr. Julian De Silva, Medical Director

About the Author

Dr Julian De Silva is a leading facial plastic surgeon that specialises only in surgical and non-surgical facial procedures. Dr. De Silva has considerable experience in cosmetic and reconstructive facial surgery from fellowships in London, Los Angeles, and New York. He is one of a handful of elite surgeons to be recognised with British, European and American qualifications, memberships and board certification.

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