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The lips are one of the most alluring feature on a person’s face. They allow you to create an immediate and long lasting impression and they greatly enhance your overall physical appearance.
Lines, Wrinkles and Thinning Lips make us look older and they can make us look unhappy or unpleasant. A single, fast and painless lip filler procedure can make your lips will look fuller, younger and provide additional definition.
- Lipstick Bleed Reduction
- Uneven Lips
- Lip Balance
- Lip Cupids Bow
- Lip Collagen
- Lip Botox
- Lip Anti-Lines
- Lip Softness
- Lip Fillers
- Lip Enhancement
- Lip Augmentation
- Smoker Line Reduction
- Lip Volume
- Lip Enlargement
- Lip Definition
- Lip Hydration
What Are Lip Fillers?
Everyone ages, this is a simple fact and Lip Fillers can prolong the aging process. As we get older our skin including our lips loses collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. This causes the formation of lines and wrinkles and the bones and muscles which have a fat padding under the skin changes affecting lip and facial shape and volume.
Lip Fillers are a cosmetic injection that returns your youthful, natural lip appearance and volume. Lip Fillers can be used to remove or soften lip lines and wrinkles, enhance volume and restore lip contours that have weakened or sagged over time.
Often we are asked if we can simply restore lip balance and asymmetries using lip fillers, the answer is yes. Using Lip fillers we can provide the capability of restoring asymmetries.
Natural vs Synthetic Lip Fillers
Lip Fillers can be categorized into two types. Natural and Synthetic which each type having its own positive benefits.
Natural Lip Fillers are derived from your own body, such as Fat, Fascia or Dermis. As the material being injected is your own it can have a high natural absorption rate which can cause uneven volume and contours. Long term approximately 30% to 50% of the volume is retained.
Synthetic Lip Fillers are human made inject-able material created for the sole filler purpose. Most type’s of synthetic material have low natual absorption rates and can last 6 months to 3 years or more depending on the type of synthetic lip filler used.
Lip Filler Types
Hyaluronic Acid is a substance found in our bodies. It is well suited to plump thin lips and fill facial creases and may also be used for some surface wrinkles and scars. The results may last 6 months or longer.
Hydroxylapatite is a mineral substance found in human bones which is suspended in a gel-like compound. It is one of the heaviest of facial fillers and is recommended to fill deeper creases such as frown lines, as well as to enhance fullness of the cheeks and other facial contours.
Human Fat, harvested from your own body, can be reinjected to enhance fullness, fill creases and to build up contours. A fat injection requires a more extensive procedure than other injectable fillers because it requires liposuction prior to extract the fat to re-inject. Treatment results last up to a year or more in some cases and are highly variable as fat can be reabsorbed into the body.
Lip Filler Regions or Areas
Cupid’s bow: The middle portion of the lip which has the upturn.
Vermillion: The red pigment of your lips.
Vermillion Border: The vermilion border (sometimes spelled vermillion border) is the boundary between the lip and the adjacent normal skin.
Oral Commissure: The Oral Commissure is the corner of the mouth, where the vermillion border of the upper lip meets the lower lip.
Common Lip Filler Terminology
Injectable Fillers: Substances used to restore volume and a more youthful appearance.
Intravenous Sedation: Sedatives administered by injection into a vein to help you relax.
Local Anesthesia: A drug injected directly to the site of an incision during an operation to relieve pain.
Soft Tissue Augmentation: The use of injectable fillers to restore volume and your youthful appearance.