A Guide to Lip Enhancement - Persona Cosmetic Medicine

A Guide to Lip Enhancement

Posted by Cosmetic Digital on Wednesday 27th March 2019 at 8:37 am

Over recent years, there has been a big rise in the number of lip enhancement treatments taking place, with lip fillers helping you to achieve the lips of your dreams. It is no secret that this new desire for big lips stems from the celebrity world, with reality TV stars, singers, actresses and models all getting in on the act. Many women see the stunning lips on their favourite celebrities, and simply must have this amazing new look. With this in mind, we have created a guide to help you make the right decision when considering your new lips.

The Basics of Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is the most commonly used form of filler, possessing qualities such as the ability to store moisture and easily integrate with the skin, making it the perfect option when considering the best substances for fillers.

The use of these types of fillers has developed over the years, and they are now often used to enhance features, helping you to achieve an improved facial appearance. The fillers can be used to target a variety of areas, however lip fillers have increasingly grown in popularity, with many women looking to achieve the ‘big lips’ look.

Choose the Best Clinic and Medical Professionals

One of the most important parts of your lip filler experience is ensuring that you visit the very best clinic and the very best medical professionals that you possibly can. This form of treatment is not regulated within the UK, and so doing your own research into those applying the treatment is vital.

You should be sure to choose somebody with many years of experience and a proven track record of achieving quality results for their clients. As well as this, the environment in which the treatment will take place must be what you would expect from a professional. Certain environments may lead to issues post-treatment, which could have an impact to your ongoing health.

The Risks of using Lip Fillers

In terms of the substance itself, hyaluronic acid, it is thought that there are no associated risks, due to the fact that it is a natural substance. However, there are still a number of risks associated with lip fillers, and they are in relation to the actual application of the lip fillers.

The main risks include the quality of the treatment being poor and ruining your lips, the environment not being suitable for the treatment leading to infections and finally a low-quality material being used as the filler.

For more information about lip fillers or to discuss your circumstances with our team, please contact us today. Call us on 020 8302 6937, email info@personamedical.co.uk or complete our contact form.

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