Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Fillers are ideal to add fullness and enhance the shape of your lips—whether your lips have thinned over time or you simply want fuller more luscious lips this is the most effective treatment. HA Fillers are also effective to treat the lines which appear on the upper lip by restoring lips back to their natural volume and shape.
Can My Lips Lose Volume Over Time?
Yes, over time, your lips may lose volume and thin. However, many people seek out lip augmentation because they naturally have thin lips and simply desire more fullness.
What are possible side effects?
The most commonly reported side effects with Juvederm and Restylane HA injectable gels include injection-site redness, mild swelling, mild discomfort at the site of injection, tenderness, palpable nodules, bruising due to injections. These resolve quickly over the first week. Infections have rarely been reported with the HA fillers and any persistant nodules can be reversed using hyluronidase, an enzyme which can break down the HA fillers if needed.
One of the risks with using these products is unintentional injection into a blood vessel, and while rare, the complications can be serious and may be permanent. These complications, which have been reported for facial injections, can include vision abnormalities, blindness, stroke, temporary scabs, or permanent scarring. Use of blunted ended cannulas and a thorough knowledge of facial neuroanatomy can help mitigate this risk.
As with all skin injection procedures, there is a risk a rare risk of infection or granuloma formation.
Are there any reasons why I should not receive any JUVÉDERM® injectable gel formulation?
Do not use these products if you have a history of multiple severe allergies or severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), or if you are allergic to lidocaine or the Gram-positive bacterial proteins used in these products.
How Long Will It Last?
Fillers general last 1 Year **With optimal treatment. Results may vary.
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