So you’re thinking about getting lip fillers? As we’re sure you’re already well aware, you’re not the only one. With Instagram personalities and celebrities alike opting for this treatment or posting images that suggest they’ve benefitted from it, it’s become one of the most popular cosmetic options around.
But that’s far from the only reason. This non-surgical enhancement is also popular because over time, it’s become easier, safer and even cheaper to provide. And since lip fillers are already on your mind, we’ve put together a few pieces of key information on the treatment.
They’re not just for size
Like any other type of cosmetic enhancement, you will find people who abuse or overuse lip fillers, and you’ll be left wondering what they were actually trying to achieve. The perception of lip fillers is that they will make your lips large, and they can certainly do this. However, it’s a much more versatile and often more subtle procedure for many.
It’s possible for lips to lose their natural suppleness and shape over time. This means that for many people, choosing lip fillers is actually more of a way to reshape, restructure and add volume to their lips, as opposed to simply enlarging them.
They don’t feel unnatural either
Take a moment to try to not think about your lips… you’re thinking about them, right? They may even begin to feel a little bigger already. But you know they’re not, and when you’ve had lip fillers, it should be exactly the same. Although there will be some initial, very slight swelling, you can expect this to have subsided within about 24 hours.
Another benefit, if you choose hyaluronic acid fillers, is that you can very quickly reverse the procedure if you’re still not convinced. However, if you have any trepidation about the result, you should discuss this with your doctor beforehand. Find a surgery that offers a free consultation on lip fillers, such as Ten Dental, and discuss your concerns and hopes before taking the next step.
They rarely go wrong
Every so often, you’ll see a genuine horror show of a cosmetic procedure hit the news. More often than not, these stories follow an individual who has tried to cut costs by heading to a less reputable doctor, or even going abroad for the procedure. According to Cosmopolitan, there is a between 1% and 3% chance of an allergic reaction with collagen skin treatment, which becomes even rarer with hyaluronic acid fillers.
The reputable doctor you do decide to visit will also be able to inform you of the reassuring news that your lips will return to their original size and appearance, regardless. Bear in mind, though, that this means you may end up having the procedure again, and possibly many more times. This is one more reason why you need to find a doctor that you can trust, and who fully understands what you’re hoping to achieve when you opt for lip fillers.
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