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LIP INJECTIONS FOR LUSCIOUS & VOLUMINOUS LIPS
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Lip procedures are blocked for 30 minutes to give you the time you need. 10 minutes of topical numbing and 15 minutes of procedure typically are enough to finish the treatment.
Most people state pain is minimal with the average pain level reported 1 out of 10.
Everyone is different, some people swell up while others do not, swelling depends on multiple factors. Just because you didn’t swell one time, does not mean you will not swell the next time you do a treatment. Sometimes an anti-swelling medication will be given after your injection. We can address this at the time of the visit. Major swelling typically lasts less than 4 days on average, while minor residual swelling can last 14-21 days.
Some people are pre-disposed to bruise, avoiding vitamins, alcohol, and ibuprofen type products can decrease the chances of a bruise. Bruising comes in three sizes: Small (like the tip of a needle), medium (like the back of pencil or two pencils), and large (gum-ball sized). Depending on the type of bruise they can last 2-3 days or up to 2 weeks respectively. Arnika pills ($50) can be purchased during your visit that can help heal bruises. From time to time a laser can be used to speed up the process if warranted.
Typically lip injections last 6 months depending on multiple factors including product used. I’ve seen people that have had fillers lasting as little as 2 months and as much as 1 year.
Unfortunately bumps do happen! If a doctor tells you that bumps never happen, be cautious, they do happen but it is not VERY common. Most bumps are small resolving bruises or some of the product. Usually you can massage them out after 2 weeks time, otherwise small droplet injections of a dissolver can be used in rare-instances to help get rid of these bumps
This is rather common! Not to worry, usually swelling accounts for the majority of this, swelling can be worse on one side than the other, let all the swelling come down (7-14 days in most cases) and then re-evaluate the symmetry, 95% of the time this self resolves.
Yes, but keep in mind that flying makes you dehydrated so try to avoid salty foods and drink tons of water.
You can return to normal activities the next morning, avoid rubbing your lips vigorously, eating very hot foods, and chew carefully the day of the procedure.