Sep 17th, 2016 Plump Up Your Lips to Show Off Those Dazzling Teeth! Get in touch

imagesAs well as offering an amazing array of general, cosmetic and restorative dental treatments, we are also proud to offer our clients some amazing facial rejuvenation treatments. We offer dermal fillers to revive and refresh your skin, roll back the years and give your face beautiful definition.

One of the most popular uses of fillers is to increase volume in the lips. If you have thin lips or you would like a more voluptuous set of lips, fillers can help. The procedure is non-invasive and we always aim for a natural look. Now you can have a gorgeous pout as well as a stunning smile!

About filler treatment

We offer dermal fillers for rejuvenating the skin and adding volume and bounce to the skin and lips. Fillers are injected into the skin using a very fine needle and this is really all the procedure entails. Sessions usually last around 20 minutes and they can be repeated every 6-9 months to prolong the results.

In the case of lip plumping, the procedure is slightly different. The lips are very sensitive and this means that the risk of pain is much higher. For this reason, mild anaesthetic is used to numb the lips before treatment. We also use ice packs to reduce swelling and ease discomfort after treatment.

Will I end up with a trout pout?

You often see stories in the media featuring people, usually celebrities, with overly enhanced lips, which have been labelled the ‘trout pout’. This look is extremely difficult to achieve with dermal fillers and you would have to use a very large amount of filler to over-treat the lips. We have expertise in this treatment and create beautiful, luscious lips, which still look very natural and healthy.

To find out more about dermal filler treatment, call us today to book your consultation!

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To talk to us about ending denture worries with fixed implants, call Aqua Dental on 020 8819 1548 or get in touch through our contact form.

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