Lip fillers can be injected into the upper and lower lips to improve the fullness and volume.
1. How long is the recovery?
You should be able to go home the same day. You should be able to return to your normal activities on the same day. Depending on your type of work, you should be able to return after one day.
2. I’m worried about pain.
There is slight discomfort during the procedure, but this usually subsides within an hour or two.
3. Will I look natural?
Every effort will be made to give you a natural end result.
4. Can I avoid general anaesthetic?
This procedure doesn’t usually require anaesthetic.
5. What is the cost?
If you would like a tailored quote, please book an initial consultation to discuss your condition and treatment options with your chosen consultant. Once the initial consultation is complete, you will receive a tailored quote for your treatment. Please call us on 01709 464200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to receive a guide price for any specific treatments.
There are several different types of lip fillers, including Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma, and Perlane. During the consultation, we will assess your lips and overall facial balance and determine which areas of the lips need to be fuller and plumper. Since lip fillers only last six to eight months, lip filler augmentation is only semi-permanent.
Injections are administered and generally does not require any anesthesia. The injections are applied over the course of ten minutes to one hour. Once the gel has been administered, the patient is free to return to normal activities.
Speak to a member of our team for further information or to arrange a consultation
Our phone lines are open Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm. Alternatively you can send us a message via our contact form below.
As with any surgical procedure, risks should be considered, and the decision to undergo lip plumping should not be made hastily. Risks include;
Bleeding from the injection sites,
Swelling and bruising – bruising and swelling is expected but rarely persists,
Tenderness at the site of the injection,
Reactivation of cold sores or fever blisters (herpes simplex) of the lips or area surrounding the lips,
Asymmetry – there is always a risk of asymmetry whenever surgery is performed on both sides of the body. It is important to understand that nearly everyone has some pre-existing asymmetry,
Lumps and irregularities in the lips,
Infection – should an infection arise then treatment with antibiotics may be necessary. The risk of infection is rare,
Allergic reaction causing redness, swelling, or itching around the lips.
Pricing & Finance
When you’re considering a cosmetic procedure, there’s a lot to think about – the choice of treatments available, the results you want to achieve, the recovery time, any potential risks and, of course, the cost.