Lips are the most animated part of our face and therefore command major attention: yours and everyone else’s!
Characteristics of young, beautiful, natural lips include:
Aging thinning lips:
If they are placed by a skilled dermatologist at a clean, reputable clinic, lip fillers are usually very safe. However, there is always a small risk that someone will have an allergic reaction or other negative outcome. In this case, it’s crucial to seek emergency services as soon as possible to get the fillers removed and treat the reaction.
Most doctors recommend a one milliliter (mL) syringe of lip filler per session. For some people, half of a milliliter is more appropriate. The exact dosage will vary based on if and when the person has had fillers before. Dermatologists will also take into consideration the current size of your lips, since some people may only need a small amount to balance the two lips out.
Yes, but this is rare. If your filler has migrated beyond the location where you want it, you might notice bumps, knots, bruising, discoloration, and sensitivity. The good news is that the chances of this happening are very slim if you get your fillers from a respected dermatologist.
The national average for one syringe is $600, but this varies based on how much filler is injected each session.