Lip Augmentation by Fillers is a cosmetic procedure that can give you fuller, plumper lips. These days, an injectable Dermal Filler is the most commonly used method of Lip Augmentation Thailand. There are many types of Dermal Fillers that can be injected in your lips and around your mouth. But the most common fillers today are products that contain substances similar to hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the body. It helps increase volume in your lips. These types of Dermal Fillers are sometimes called “hyaluronic acid fillers.”
What result can I expect?
The results of lip enhancement vary from patient to patient. However, in experienced hands, the results of a lip enhancement should last for between six and twelve months. Many of our patients even notice some enhancement well beyond a year after treatment. Lip Augmentation is also called Lip Implants in Thailand.
How a Lip Augmentation by Fillers Perform in Thailand
Most Lip Augmentation procedure is performed with topical anesthesia. In some cases, a nerve block may be performed. There is typically minimal pain associated with lip injection. Injection takes only a few moments per site and a few minutes for a course of treatment.
What are the Risks and Complications?
Any patient that undergoes surgery should be aware that there are some risks and side effects associated with treatment. The risks vary depending on the specific filler used and the relative permanence of the filler substance.
- Redness, itching, bruising, swelling and bleeding at the injection site
- Difficulty breathing
Lip Augmentation by Fillers Recovery
Some minor swelling is expected after lip injection. This usually resolves within one to two days. A small percentage of patients will also develop minor bruising that can usually be covered with makeup. Patients should avoid exercise for twenty-four hours after the procedure to minimize swelling. Otherwise, patients can resume work and normal activities.
Preparing for Lip Augmentation by Fillers Procedure
- It’s important that you have someone with you who can drive you home from the operation.
- If you are a smoker, you may be required to stop smoking for a period before the procedure. You should follow your doctor’s instructions carefully on this.
- Make sure you wear loose, comfortable clothing. Be especially mindful of the shirt or blouse you choose to wear that day. It should be button down, if possible, so you do not have to pull it over your face.
- You should not take aspirin or painkillers like ibuprofen or Motrin before having the procedure.