Lip injections,Guest Posting also known as lip fillers, are injections of hyaluronic acid fillers into the lips to augment, restore volume, improve lip shape, and provide a smoother, more hydrated appearance. DrippyNurseJess is known for being gentle and providing incredibly natural-looking results. Before deciding to get lip filler, there are a few things you should know about lip fillers.

1. Choose a medically certified practitioner

You need to check your practitioner’s qualifications, reviews, experience, and images of lip filler before and after done to make sure you like their work. Don’t go for cheap prices at salons if you are planning to get it done. It is wise to seek the advice of a professional with extensive training and experience in facial anatomy and injection techniques.

2.  Lip fillers are temporary

Lip fillers are not permanent, they generally last from 6 to 8 months. Lip filler wears off faster than filler in other areas of the face because the lips are constantly moving, resulting in faster product breakdown. As a result, lip filler may require a touch-up every six months as needed, so be sure to ask your provider what you can expect.

3. How much does it hurts?

An injection into your gums just like a dentist do before filling a cavity is done by your practitioner to numb the area around your lips with a dental nerve block. You can also go for a topical numbing cream. You’ll feel a little perk, light pressure, and a dull type of throbbing once you are numb. You may feel discomfort or little pain but it varies from person to person.

4. What are the side effects of lip injections?

Lips are a sensitive part of your face. After you are done with your lip augmentation treatment, your lips are likely to feel pretty swollen and sore for the first few days. You might notice pin-prick marks, bruising, redness because Hyaluronic Acid gel is injected using a needle or cannula. You need to ask your practitioner for a list of possible side effects.

5. What to do if your result makes you unhappy?

The filler used can be dissolved if it is made of hyaluronic acid gel. Lip filler can be dissolved by a professional from one to three sessions and will not alter your natural structure or tissue. Reversal is performed with tiny needles and may result in bruising and swelling that will take a few days to resolve before your lips are restored to their original appearance.

Avoid taking blood thinners before your lip injection treatment. Thinner blood makes the area more prone to bruising and bleeding, so stop taking pain relievers, fish oil, and vitamin E 10 days before the procedure.

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