Is It Worth Getting Lip Fillers?

We use Hyaluronic Acid Gel Boosters that act as genius lip fillers that target wrinkles present in the upper epithelial layer and middle subcutaneous layer of your skin. To create these Acid Gel Boosters, we use Hy-BRID Technology, which ensures optimal firmness as well as long-lasting effects. You can use these lip fillers to shallow creases that are generated by natural facial expressions and treat perioral wrinkles and wrinkles induced by aging.

Lip Fillers Versus Lip Augmentation

Surgical Lip Augmentation is an alternative option to improve the lip aesthetics. Through a minor surgical incision, a filling or implant is being inserted to get the desirable effects. You may be able to use synthetic materials such as polytetrafluoroethylene or silicon, as well as dermal fat grafts harvested from other body parts(s).

Types Of Lip Fillers

The majority of modern lip fillers we use are based on Hyaluronic Acid Gel. It’s a natural compound that is found abundantly in body tissues. In this process, we use HA (Hyaluronic Acid) as a soft tissue filler in the lips, and it has also demonstrated efficacy and safety as a lip filler. Collagen is a natural material that can be used as well for fillers in the genius lip fillers. However, collagen from animals is extracted for use as soft tissue fillers, which may cause inflammatory and allergic reactions. Therefore, an allergic test is crucial before you take collagen injections.

Another option is fat transfer. We use liposuction to remove some fat tissues from different parts of your body, like your thighs and abdomen, and then they are injected into your lips. While this produces semi-permanent or permanent results, it is relatively more unpredictable as it is more invasive and is connected with extra complicating risks. Here are some of the most popular lip fillers that we offer and recommend based on your needs:

  • Deep Cross Linked HA Lip Filler: This unique lip filler benefits from biphasic as well as monophasic HA qualities that are being enhanced by an optimized purification process and crosslinking technology.
  • Fine Cross Linked HA Lip Filler: This unique CE marked Hyper Cross-linked dermal lip filler has improved density & elasticity technology that offers a long-lasting effect, has a high success rate, and guarantees total safety.
  • It is a CE marked Hyper Cross-linked dermal lip filler with biphasic and monophasic non-animal HA qualities. It helps with long-lasting effects, guaranteed safety, and a high satisfaction rate.
  • It is a one-of-a-kind CE-marked Hyper Cross-linked dermal lip filler. It is residual-free, and provides enhanced density through elasticity technology, including lidocaine.

Which Candidates Are Eligible For Lip Fillers And Which Are Not?

Grown up adults who have good health, are non-smokers, and have no medical conditions are ideal candidates to receive lip injections. A realistic and lifelike understanding of what lip fillers can and can’t do will assist you to define your beauty goals with your cosmetic surgeon and achieve the results you seek. But people with the following medical conditions should avoid lip filler:

  • Active Infections
  • Cold Sores
  • Diabetes
  • Autoimmune Conditions
  • Bleeding Problems
  • Blood Clotting Problems
  • Allergy to Lidocaine

What To Expect During A Lip Filling Procedure?

The Lip Filling Procedure is a simple but effective procedure that is performed at a surgeon’s office with nearly no downtime. Preparation for this Lip Filling Procedure involves making marks on the treatment areas and applying a topical numbing agent. Using a fine cannula or needle, your surgeon will inject the filler under the skin layer of your lips. You may require various injections during the same session to get the desired results. Including the preparation time, this Lip Filling Procedure should take about 15 minutes to 30 minutes.

Aftercare

Following the Lip Filling Procedure, you may or may not experience some bruising or swelling that may last up to 2 weeks. You should follow simple filler instructions as well as precautions to speed up the recovery process and avoid any further complications.

  • Avoid direct sun exposure and vigorous exercise for about 48 hours.
  • Avoid unnecessarily touching or messaging the injection site.
  • Apply a pack of ice cubes to your lips to reduce swelling.
  • Avoid non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or aspirin as they may cause bleeding.

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