Lip enlargement with filler injections

A lip augmentation with injections of Restylane, Juvederm, Evolence or any other tissue filler is the most common and easiest method of lip enlargement.

In comparison with other lip enlargement methods the cost for filler injections are low, the risks few, the procedure quick and the patient can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure.

How lip enlagement with a filler works

Enlargement of the lips is achieved through artificial tissue fillers like Restylane, Juvederm, Evolence etc. being injected strategically into places on the lips with a thin needle.

The volume of the injected fluid/gel makes the lips enlarge. The final result of the treatment is very much determined by the skill of the person performing the procedure.

Lip injections are performed under a local anaesthetic (dentist anaesthesia or anaesthetic cream) and takes less than an hour to perform.

After the procedure some swelling and redness in the treated area occurs due to the needle pricks. The symptoms are mild and pass within three days.

A preparatory consultation is not necessary

No consultation is needed with the surgeon before the procedure, instead the consultation can take part immediately before the treatment. The procedure is simple, painless and the results immediate but unfortunately do not last longer than a year.

Different injection products (Restylane, Juvederm, Evolence etc.)

There is a mass of different injection products available to achieve lip enlargements. The most popular are Juvederm, Restylane and Evolence.

The ideal product would be safe, relatively permanent, and easy to use and removable if the patient has a change of heart. Unfortunately the perfect lip filling material has yet to be discovered but until then there is a vast amount of products that can offer improvements.

You can read more about the different injection products, there unique characteristics, how they are used and what results to expect on the information page about injection treatments ».

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