Dermal Filler for Fuller Lips
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Dermal Fillers | Lehigh Valley
How Do They Work?
Dermal fillers add volume to the skin. They consist of Hyaluronic acid, a natural compound in the human body. Hyaluronic acid replaces lost volume and adds fullness to the skin. Fillers restore youthful contours to smooth away facial wrinkles and folds. Most dermal fillers contain lidocaine with them which minimizes the mild discomfort during the procedure.
They work great for nasolabial folds and lip augmentation but can be used to add volume to any desired area like wrinkles above lips, cheek augmentation and enhancement, folds in the corner of the mouth, recessed chins, sunken lower eyelids or tear throughs, and many others.
They are well tolerated, non-surgical and long-lasting (from 6 to 15 months, depending on many factors)
The difference between each filler is the particle size. During your complimentary consultation we will determine which filler is best for you. The Restylane products, manufactured by Galderma include: Restylane, Lyft, Kysse, Refine and Defyne. The dermal fillers manufactured by Allergan include: Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus. The dermal fillers manufactured by Revance include: RHA 1, RHA 2, RHA 3 and RHA 4.
Are They Safe?
Dermal fillers have been around for over 15 years, with millions of doses administered. They are safe, effective and do not contain any animal proteins. You might experience some swelling, redness and bruising that goes away in a few days. If you are taking aspirin or ibuprofen on a regular basis, you would need to stop them one week before procedure to minimize risk of bleeding.
The cost varies depending on the dermal filler used. It is usually priced per 1ml syringe used. The price ranges from $499 to $699 per syringe. We offer financing through CareCredit. Sign up for our specials, so you will know if we are having special pricing on dermal fillers.
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