Lip augmentation, a cosmetic procedure to increase the volume of the lips using lip fillers like silicone or fat implants, is a cosmetic procedure that has been approved by the FDA. It is important that you understand the process of lip fillers as well as the risks and potential complications.
There are two main types: subcutaneous and dermal lip fillers. Subcutaneous lip fillers are made from the patient’s own fat, and then plump it up with a vacuum device. This is called lipoplasty. Dermal fillers, on the other hand use synthetic dermal fluid which is injected into your lips.
The lip flip is one the most widely used dermal fillers. This procedure involves inserting a hollow needle into the lips. To drain the fluid, a plastic tube equipped with a nozzle is used. Once the fluid has been sucked up it is pushed back into a hollow needle to fill the lips.
There are several ways to inject lip-fillers and botox. In a lip filler injection, for example, the practitioner will use a tiny needle to inject the fat into your lips. The medication can also be administered using a rubber tube. The practitioner will place some filler in the lips using the tube and once the drug is injected, the practitioner will close the tube and inject the filler directly into the lips. It’s important to make sure tat the practitioner has a botox certification course and other references and certificates that guarantee their preparation and the good quality of the procedure.
The results of lip fillers depend on a number of factors including the quantity of filler used, the skill of the practitioner, the patient’s lip fillers and the duration of the procedure. The procedure can also take a few hours or a few minutes. Some lip fillers can cause swelling or numbness. This can last up to a few hours, but can be treated with a numbing cream. Keep in mind that the practitioner must ensure that there is no bleeding at the injection site.
Injections of juvderm or lip filler can take place over several weeks, or even months. Practitioners might use multiple syringes to cover large areas. Lip fillers can be very expensive so it is important to choose a safer brand if you are looking to lower the cost of your lip-firming treatments.