Lip fillers are a popular treatment also known as lip injections, which are used to add volume, resulting in fuller and more desirable lips. The injectable filler can be used to plump up the mouth and rejuvenate ageing lips by minimising fine lines and wrinkles.
Lip fillers add volume to the mouth, for fuller lips and a reduction in fine lines...
Lip augmentation with fillers offer natural results that can last between 6 - 12 months, creating a more pleasing smile. Lip injectables plump up the mouth and can also rejuvenate ageing lips by minimising the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
At Dr. Resat Aktas Clinic all lip filler treatments are performed using hyaluronic acid (HA) filler products. HA is a complex sugar that is naturally present within our skin. We only use the most reputable and scientifically backed products for optimal safety and results.
Frequently asked questions about lip fillers
The procedure for lip fillers involves several fine injections to your lips. The clinic nurse will ensure that your procedure is as comfortable as possible by applying ice and topical anaesthetic to the area, sometimes nerve blocks as needed.
All of our lip filler treatments are performed using hyaluronic acid (HA) filler products. HA is a complex sugar that is naturally occuring in the skin. Only the most reputable and evidence-based products are used at the clinic, for optimal safety and results.
Dr. Resat who is thoroughly trained in the latest techniques of lip augmentation will perform the procedure. Dr. Resat has many years of experience and is constantly updating her techniques in order to provide outstanding results for our patients.
Results will vary depending on your pre-existing lips, desired results and the condition of your skin and surrounding facial structures. Thinner lips (from age or inheritance) can be also be improved, as do lips that tend to curl under. Lip fillers can last for 6 - 12 months.
Any side effects are generally injection site related, such as redness, swelling, lumps, bruising, itching, skin discolouration, pain and tenderness. These are mild and tend to resolve in a few days, but for some treatments they may last longer.