Lip enhancement or lip fillers are used to help create a smoother and/or fuller appearance in the lips, correct asymmetry or to increase size. Other common areas that are injected with dermal filler include cheeks, nasolabial folds, tear troughs and non-surgical rhinoplasty.
WHO WILL BE INJECTING?
At AH Cosmetic Clinic, you can rest assured that you will be injected by Dr Ali Hussain himself following a consultation to confirm your suitability. Dr Ali Hussain has extensive experience in injecting dermal fillers and undertakes regular training to ensure that he is using the most current, up to date methods for maximum patient satisfaction.
Dr Ali’s method of injecting reduces the chances of bruising and with excellent aftercare you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
HOW LONG UNTIL I SEE A RESULT?
You will see an immediate result from treatment with a lip filler. Please see our extensive gallery of happy patients on our Facebook page or Instagram.
HOW LONG WILL THE TREATMENT TAKE & WHAT IS THE DOWNTIME?
Lip enhancement is a quick procedure. You will require a consultation with Dr Ali Hussain to confirm your suitability before injecting, the value of the consultation will be deducted from your final total on the day. In total, you should reserve approximately forty-five minutes. You can return to your daily activities immediately after the procedure, however, you must avoid hot showers and exercise for a period of 24 hours post treatment
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?
Any dermal filler can cause short- or long-term side effects, permanent side effects, or a combination. However, most side effects associated with dermal fillers occur shortly after injection and most go away in less than two weeks.
Common side effects include:
Less common side effects include:
- Raised bumps in or under the skin (nodules or granulomas) that may need to be surgically removed
- Open or draining wounds
- A sore at the injection site
- Allergic reaction
- Necrosis (tissue death)
The following rare side effects have also been reported to the FDA:
- Severe allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock) that requires immediate emergency medical assistance
- Migration/ movement of filler material from the site of injection
- Leakage or rupture of the filler material at the injection site or through the skin (which may result from tissue reaction or infection)
- The formation of permanent hard nodules in the face or hand
- Vision abnormalities, including blindness
- Injury to the blood supply
- Damage to the skin or the lips
HOW TO BOOK A CONSULTATION
You can book a consultation to discuss your suitability for this procedure by phoning us on 0420 488 105 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill out the contact form on our home page and we will phone you back to organise a suitable appointment time.
Disclaimer: All procedures carry risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.