It can’t be denied that more and more people are setting their sights on lip fillers. The treatment has shot into the mainstream thanks to celebrities like Kylie Jenner who now flaunt their killer pout to millions of fans on Instagram. It’s quite possible that you have the following question on your mind: are lip fillers for you or just for the rich and famous? The answer is yes – there’s nothing to stop you from treating yourself to the cosmetic procedure. However, you will need to know the answers to these subsequent questions first.
How are lips ‘filled’?
Lips are filled when they are injected with hyaluronic acid. This substance gives them the glamorous plumped up look that many people desire.
How long does the treatment take?
The entire procedure can generally be done within an hour. Most doctors will spend around 20 minutes or so on the actual injections, meaning the time on either side is just preparation and precaution. The overall process isn’t totally unlike methods of wrinkle reduction, such as dermal fillers.
How long until the results appear?
Almost immediately people will be able to notice a sizeable difference in the volume of their lips. That said, the final outcome might take a few days to fully appreciate because there’ll be a small amount of swelling and bruising. Overall, it’s a similar timeframe to those who have had Botox.
Is the treatment permanent?
Lip fillers typically last for around six months. From this point onwards patients are welcome to top up their pout.
What’s the long-term effect?
Much like other cosmetic procedures, lip fillers should leave people feeling more comfortable in their own skin. Similarly to hyperhidrosis (which prevents people sweating), the procedure ensures that patients can go about day-to-day life with a smile on their face.
Do men have lip fillers?
Yes! The treatment works for anyone regardless of gender.
Get in touch
Dr. Paul Silvester offers a range of cosmetic surgery that can transform your life. For more information on lip fillers, feel free to book an appointment and have the treatment carried out at the clinic in Bath.
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