Lip Fillers Sydney NSW
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“Everything has beauty, but not
everyone sees it” – CONFUCIUS
Lips are a defining facial feature. To maximize the appearance of their lips, people often seek a well-balanced, symmetrical and voluminous shape. Non-surgical lip enhancement using injectables can also fill out wrinkles, correct depressed scars and reshape the lips. New “sugar based” gel fillers** make the natural enhancement of your lips easier than ever.
How do lip fillers work?
Lip augmentation involves the use of a dermal filler to enhance the shape and appearance of the lips. Injected using a very fine needle, the procedure targets specific areas for a natural result.
How much are lip injections?
The cost of lip fillers depends on a number of factors. Expect to pay more for complicated procedures or extreme results. For a more in-depth breakdown of the cost of dermal filler, download our free guide here.
Are lip injections safe?
Lip injection procedures are safe when conducted by a highly trained professional in a safe environment. Here at Áda Aesthetic Medicine, our procedures are performed by trained physicians to ensure your safety and optimum results.
The longevity of lip fillers depend can depend on anything from your metabolism to lifestyle. In many people, lip enhancement results can last up to 12 months. Some may see even longer lasting results, though there is no way to predict this.
Lip filler treatments take about 30 minutes in our office. Most patients can return to work in a day or two if there is no noticeable bruising.
Immediate swelling and noticeable lip bruising are the main side effects, and can be expected. These are temporary and will usually settle within a few days.
Rare side effects include delayed swelling and redness, infection and activation of herpes cold sores on lips. Very rarely, vascular occlusion (blood vessel blockage) can occur, leading to skin necrosis and scarring.
Yes. A protein enzyme can be injected to completely dissolve the gel lip filler if necessary.
At Áda Aesthetic Medicine, only experienced aesthetic physicians do the consultations and injectable treatments. No dermal or cosmetic nurses are used at Áda clinics.
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