enchance your pout

Lip injections are all the rage thanks to popular celebrities

Lately it seems like all the Hollywood celebs are getting injections to enhance their pout. Look at the Kardashian clan for starters. This lip treatment is suitable for you if you want to achieve fuller, natural looking lips. You may be noticing thinning of your top lip as you move through your thirties and forties. And a subtle lip injection can help bring back a fullness in your lips.

What are lip injections?

Lip injections also referred to as “dermal filler” is a common method used for lip augmentation. This treatment helps to increase the volume in  your lips using a type of filler called hyaluronic acid. The treatment is temporary and results will vary from patient to patient. Below you will see some before and after photos, of some work done at our clinic by Dr. Dhruva who is a highly trained and specialised doctor at our clinic. He is the only doctor that administers injections at our clinic, so you can rest assured knowing you are in safe hands during this lip treatment.

What to expect during this lip treatment and afterwards 

The patient in the image below had 1ml of premium grade lip filler administered to achieve this look. This will last anywhere between 4 – 6 month. The results will vary from patient to patient. A number cream is applied before the injections are administered. Always make sure you choose a reputable clinic and reputable doctor with the right experience to administer this treatment.

lip filler example

After this treatment, some swelling, bruising and bleeding may occur. This swelling and bruising can last for up to a week post treatment. Most people only have a few days of swelling. You can apply an ice pack to the lips to reduce the swelling afterwards and to ease any discomfort.

If  you are considering a lip injections, and have some questions, please contact us to BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION here. We’d love to talk you through any concerns that you may have about this treatment. Note results will vary from patient to patient.