Hampton Hill, Richmond, Twickenham & Teddington
If you are considering lip fillers, make an appointment to come and see us to discuss how to achieve the look you desire. Lip enhancement can achieve stunning results, whether you are looking to make a subtle change; perhaps simply replacing the lost lip volume that happens as part of the ageing process. Or, we can also help with lip augmentation where patients are looking for a more defined, fuller result.
Our clinicians, who are highly experienced in lip augmentation and restoration techniques, will be able to advise you how best to achieve your personal requirements.
The Good Skin Company provides a thorough after-care service and is on hand to help you should you have any concerns.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Are Lip Fillers?
Lip fillers are made from a substance that naturally exists inside our body called hyaluronic acid. We are able to advise which lip filler will work best for you in order to obtain a smooth and natural result.
How do Lip Fillers work?
Lip fillers are injected directly into the lips to add volume and are gently massaged to create your desired look. They can also be used to create a more defined border around the mouth. Both men and woman can present with wrinkles above and below the lip, which is a part of the natural ageing process, the good news is, these can be successfully treated with lip filler.
How long do Lip Fillers last?
Lip fillers will typically last for a minimum of six months. Over this period your body will naturally break down the lip filler product, returning your lips to their original state. This is a gradual process and will require further treatments.
Will Lip Fillers be painful?
At this clinic we offer a short acting dental infiltration to anaesthetise the lips, this lasts about 10 to 15 minutes (no extra charge). We can also use a topical anaesthetic to numb the area ensuring comfort during the procedure.
Are there any risks involved with Lip fillers?
You may experience some swelling, bruising and tenderness after the procedure that will gradually subside. Your practitioner will fully discuss any risks and complications with you at your consultation prior to going ahead with the treatment.