Are you looking to achieve a stunning, full, and natural-looking pout that complements your facial features? For those looking to enhance and create the look of naturally full lips, dermal fillers are an excellent, affordable option to add volume and create your desired shape. Lip filler treatments in Perth from The Lime Tree Clinic ensures your comfort and needs are put first. Our highly skilled cosmetic injector is proficient, approachable and caring, with a wealth of knowledge on facial rejuvenation and cosmetic treatments.
Lip Fillers & Augmentation In Perth
Lip Augmentation In Perth – The Process
Lip fillers are also referred to as ‘lip augmentation’ in the cosmetic industry. If you’re wanting to undergo lip augmentation at our Perth clinic, the process is simple. To optimise your comfort, a numbing cream is applied to the lips prior to treatment. You can also be reassured that the premium dermal filler used at The Lime Tree Clinic contains an inbuilt anaesthetic for additional comfort. Swelling lasts around 24 hours and some minor bruising can occur. Results experienced by our own patients last as long as 12 months.
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If you’re looking for lip fillers that put comfort and natural-looking results first, visit The Lime Tree Clinic in West Perth. Book a free consultation by clicking the button below or, if you have any queries, contact us on (08) 6266 4936 today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Lip fillers are a relatively straight-forward procedure. The procedure usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes. Our cosmetic injector will first clean your lips and surrounding areas. A numbing cream is generously applied to reduce any discomfort during the procedure.
Once the lips are numbed, the lip filler is injected delicately into the different parts of the lips and massaged gently to smooth out the fillers, until the desired results are achieved. After the procedure, an antiseptic cream is applied.
A non-surgical cosmetic procedure, a collagen lip injection adds volume to the lips, in the same way that a lip filler using Hyaluronic Acid (HA) does. Years ago, collagen lip injections were the preferred method of choice by industry experts as they provided the patient with a more ‘natural’ looking pout. However, the industry has now adapted and since come a long way. These days, fully trained experts are able to achieve better results at a lower cost by using lip filler with a Hyaluronic Acid (HA) ingredient.
If you’re searching for collagen lip injections in Perth, The Lime Tree Clinic provide lip fillers which are made from Hyaluronic Acid (HA) in the form of injectable smoothing gels. HA is highly regarded in the industry as it provides a better, more natural-looking result, when compared to collagen. If you’d like to know more about collagen lip injections, or why collagen is no longer used in lip fillers, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our experienced doctors and cosmetic injectors at your next appointment!
If you’ve just had lip fillers at our Perth clinic, immediately after the treatment, you may experience mild swelling, tenderness, and redness but these side effects usually resolve within the first 1-2 days. Please avoid excessive heat, exercise, alcohol and smoking. The treated area should be kept clean.
After the procedure, you are allowed to perform light kissing only, such as a peck on the cheek or a slight puckering of the lips. It is advisable to wait at least 1 to 2 days before performing heavier or intimate kissing, as the fillers need time to settle and integrate with your lip tissue.
You will see immediate results following a lip filler treatment. However, it has to be noted that the final result will appear only after the initial swelling has gone down. Lip fillers generally last about 6 to 12 months, depending on your body metabolism and the product used. To maintain optimum results, you will need to repeat the treatment at 6 to 12-month intervals.
At The Lime Tree Clinic, we only use European premium lip fillers and the results experienced by our own patients last as long as 12 months.