Whether you were born with thin lips or your lips have thinned as a result of the natural aging process, there is a way to fill them out. The benefits of using hyaluronic fillers are many. The volume of the lips is controlled, the amount of filler used is also controlled, the filler can be placed gradually, the result is permanent, and allergic reactions are rare because hyaluronic acid fillers contain substances similar to those found in the body, therefore unlikely to cause allergic reactions. But if you are allergic to lidocaine, tell your doctor before undergoing the procedure.
Before the procedure, the doctor will discuss your wishes for the final result and advise on what lips will suit your face. I recommend contouring and/or volumizing or just plumping and hydrating your lips. Before the injection, a local anesthetic may be administered to relieve discomfort. The procedure is performed with a very thin needle, successively making several punctures in the upper and lower lips and massaging the applied product. The intervention is painless and lasts about 20 minutes.
The great advantage of placing fillers is the immediate result immediately after the procedure. Depending on the desired effect and the amount of product used, the result can be lifting, stretching, volumizing, changing the oval, and smoothing.