Lip Fillers in Buckinghamshire
Our lips are the centre of attraction and are the first area on our faces to show signs of ageing. Just as the skin on the body ages the skin on the lips ages too. It is constantly moisturised from within by hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar. However, the skin loses hyaluronic acid over time with age and lines begin to appear around the mouth.
Javaani Clinic has an exclusive range of lip fillers to enhance the look of your lips, giving you a more defined, fuller, and improved shape of your lips. Lip enhancement is a very popular cosmetic procedure today. Although many practitioners offer this service, it’s important for those considering the procedure to consult with an experienced cosmetic doctor like Dr Ahmad at Javaani Clinic. While prices for the procedure may vary from one provider to the next, it’s best to select a doctor based on experience and patient recommendation, rather than the fees.
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Duration of Results
6 – 12 Months
Lip Filler FAQS
IS THE LIP FILLER TREATMENT SAFE?
When performed by an experienced healthcare provider, lip fillers are extremely safe.
Lip fillers are a medical procedure that can be risky and slightly invasive, as with all cosmetic procedures. Is it safe? Every treatment has some level of risk. Select a qualified, experienced healthcare provider with specific training to administer dermal fillers.
Before any treatment is decided upon at Javaani Clinic, all risks and problems will be addressed with you during your consultation. Adverse reactions are rare and typically happen within a few days, they are anticipated to be brief, usually disappearing on their own within a few weeks. We will offer aftercare recommendations to reduce risk and encourage quick recovery from potential adverse effects.
WHO CAN GET LIP FILLERS?
Dermal fillers are safe products, but there are a few people who should avoid them:
- Hyaluronic acid allergy.
- Allergies to Lidocaine or Adrenaline can be avoided by using dermal fillers and creams that do not contain Lidocaine/Adrenaline.
- Patients suffering from bleeding and blood disorders, as well as leukaemia and lymphoma. (Before proceeding, you must obtain clearance from your haematologist due to the increased risk of infection.)
- Patient receiving chemotherapy or immunosuppressive medication. (Before proceeding, you must obtain clearance from your haematologist/oncologist due to the increased risk of infection.)
- Sensitivity to proteins from Gram-positive bacteria.
- In the skin area to be injected, there is an active infection or inflammation.
- A patient who is undergoing additional facial treatments such as chemical peels, laser treatment, or microdermabrasion.
- Patients who are at risk of developing Keloids (hypertrophic scarring).
- A patient suffering from an active cold sore.
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding (best to be avoided despite no real evidence)
- Patients who intend to have facial surgery within the next year.
- Patients taking blood thinners (such as aspirin, clopidogrel, NSAIDS, warfarin, and apixaban) can have dermal fillers. However, the risk of bruising is increased.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF LIP FILLERS
- Hydrates lips
- Will improve smokers’ lines
- Restores symmetry of the lips
- Enhance the definition of your lips
- Restores upper and lower lips to the optimal ratio
- Recovery is fast with little to no side-effects
- Gradual progression to achieve the optimum result
- Lip filler can add or restore natural-looking volume to your lips
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
Following a lip treatment, and depending on the type of person you are, there may be some bruising, small swelling, and little bleeding after therapy. Some people may have warmth and pinprick markings, which ought to fade away in a few days. The swelling should go down in 24-48 hours but can linger up to 2 weeks, and the bruising should go away in 5-10 days. The bleeding will be mild and will stop shortly after therapy.
Filler can sometimes occasionally rise to the surface and produce a few lumps and bumps a few days following treatment. You may be able to feel the product, particularly in the lip area and most noticeably after your first treatment. This usually goes away on its own, but if it doesn’t, gently rubbing the area may help. However, it is always better to consult with your practitioner before proceeding.
Lip filler injections may set off a flare-up if you are prone to cold sores. Keeping the lip area clean is going to help to prevent the occurrence of an infection or cold sore. If you have a cold sore or suspect one, you should postpone any procedures until it has completely healed. Our practitioner will talk you through and may provide alternative treatments if you are prone to cold sores and infections.
Side effects from lip fillers can include:
* Tissue loss
ARE LIP FILLERS RIGHT FOR YOU?
As we age, lips naturally lose volume and plumpness. This is due to the overall decrease in collagen and elastin that occurs as we age. These are the complex proteins in our skin which provide structure, support, and elasticity. Our lips get thinner and smaller as we get older.
HOW OFTEN CAN I HAVE LIP FILLER?
Lip volume is best built up in stages, and it is best that you have smaller volumes of filler added over a period of a month to get the desired outcome.
DOES LIP FILLER HURT?
Many dermal filler products are available with the addition of 0.3% lidocaine combined with the hyaluronic acid gel in the syringe. This provides instant relief from pain upon injection and removes the need for a separate nerve block or topical anaesthesia. A topical numbing cream is offered.
HOW MANY DAYS WILL MY LIPS BE SWOLLEN FOR?
After your lip filler treatment, swelling should go down within 2–3 days, and it should go away completely within 2 weeks.
LIP FILLER AFTERCARE TIPS
- Stick to foods that are easy to eat.
- Bring lipstick and lip liner to the appointment so that you can cover up any bruising right after the treatment.
- Do avoid kissing or massaging your lips right after the procedure and possibly for up to 24 hours if it is your first lip filler injection.
- Do be gentle with your skin while washing for 24 hours.
- Don’t use an exfoliating agent or a harsh cleaning brush for 24 hours.
- Don’t have a facial massage for at least two weeks.
- Don’t drink through a straw for the first day because this puts pressure on the lips.
- Don’t drink alcohol for at least 24 hours after having fillers.
Jan 27, 2023
Amazing experience as always.
Very friendly and professional staff/doctor.
Jan 27, 2023
It has been a great experience for me. Anu has taken lovely care and I recommend Javaani clinic to my friends.
Dec 10, 2022
The treatment was fantastic! Very professional and friendly. I would recommend this place to anyone!