Lip enhancement treatment is a non-surgical procedure that involves the use of dermal fillers to add volume, enhance shape, and improve the appearance of the lips.
Yes, lip enhancement treatment using dermal fillers is considered safe when performed by a trained and experienced medical professional. The fillers used are FDA-approved and have a long-standing safety record.
The results of lip enhancement treatment typically last for several months, with some variations depending on the individual. Periodic touch-up treatments can help maintain the desired results.
Yes, lip enhancement treatment can provide natural-looking results when performed by a skilled practitioner. The amount of filler used can be tailored to achieve a subtle enhancement that complements your facial features.
Discomfort during lip enhancement treatment is usually minimal. A topical anesthetic may be applied to numb the area, ensuring a more comfortable experience. Many patients report only slight sensations during the procedure.
Common side effects may include temporary swelling, bruising, or redness at the injection site. These effects are typically mild and resolve within a few days. Severe complications are rare but can be discussed during your consultation.
The treatment procedure itself can typically be completed within 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the extent of the enhancement and the individual’s unique needs.
Yes, lip enhancement treatment can be combined with other facial aesthetic procedures to achieve comprehensive results. Discuss your goals and options with your practitioner during the consultation.
There is usually minimal downtime associated with lip enhancement treatment. Most individuals can resume their daily activities immediately after the procedure. Some temporary swelling or bruising may occur but typically resolves quickly.
Your practitioner will provide you with specific instructions during your consultation. Generally, it’s advised to avoid blood-thinning medications or supplements before the treatment to reduce the risk of bruising.