Lip filler and Augmentation
Lip augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic operations since lips play an important part in facial perception. Juvederm, a non-permanent hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler, enhances the lips and gives them a fuller, plumper appearance. HA fillers, which are a natural component present in the body, come in various forms.
What is hyaluronic acid, and how does it work?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a temporary dermal filler that may be injected. Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in the joints, eyes, and skin, with the largest concentrations in the joints, eyes, and skin. Hyaluronic acid draws water to the skin, allowing it to become more hydrated. The fat, muscles, bone, and skin in our faces begin to diminish as we get older. This loss of volume causes fine lines, creases, creases, thin lips, and a sunken or drooping aspect of the face. Injectable HA is used to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and facial creases and provide the face and lips structure, framework, and volume. Injectable hyaluronic acid produces instant results.
Case No. 1095
A woman in her mid-30s came in with worries about her lips' volume reduction and contour. It was obvious that she had lost lip volume, giving her the impression of thin lips. We opted to use hyaluronic acid fillers after carefully considering her alternatives and keeping her medical history in mind. We used a blunt cannula to let the needle flow through, resulting in just one poke. This treatment took less than 15 minutes, including the time it took to apply the numbing lotion. Cases 1007 may be found here.
Lip fillers are a technique that involves injecting a substance into
To enable the needle to pass through gently, we utilized a blunt cannula. During the injection of the fillers, you may feel a tiny puncture, almost like a pinch. After the treatment, the chiller was utilized to reduce bruising and swelling.
The cost of this surgery is determined by the amount of filler used. Because just one syringe of filler was utilized in this situation, the total cost was $650.00 with Tax.
Side effects of fillers
The most common adverse effects include bruising and swelling, which may last up to 4-5 days depending on the individual's skin type.
The before and after photos were taken on the day of the treatment and are shown below. Immediately after the treatment, you will notice a difference, which will only improve over the next two weeks.