Lip Fillers case # 1022
Lip fillers, statistically, are the third most frequent cosmetic procedure after Botox Cosmetics and Laser hair removal. The procedure includes implementing HA fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane, Juvederm, or Revenesse.
After a full consultation with the client, we discuss the benefits and risks of the cosmetic procedure. Moreover, we review the medical history and possible contraindications and provide full after-care instruction. We review the consent forms with the patient and the client sign them. An application of 2% lidocaine or a cold air chiller can relieve the pain. According to the filler thickness, the cosmetic injector implements the fillers using a 30-32G needle.
A client in her twenties, who had received lips fillers previously, approached us for better anatomical definition and volume in the upper and lower lips. They are injected into the vermilion border, philtrum column, and lip pillows. Afterward, the injection points apply Arnica cream and polyprotein with a cold massage.
Uses of Hyaluronic Acid
HA fillers can be injected into the lips to modify the Shape, Structure, and Volume. Typically, fillers last around six months and do not have a permanent effect. Thicker fillers are made to last longer, but they do not feel smooth after injection.
Several hyaluronic acid fillers are available on the market. Here are some of the most common types:
- Restylane, Restylane-L, Restylane Silk
- Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Juvederm Volbella XC
lip fillers Before and after
Our client loved her natural, fuller look.
bruising, swelling, and inflammation for 72 hours after injection
The procedure cost between 500-1000 according to the client’s needs and expectation