Your healthcare provider will then use a fine needle to inject lip filler into any or all parts of the lips, including the edges of the lips (vermilion border), the curve in the center of the upper lip (Cupid's bow), and the oral corners (corners of the mouth). The technique for injecting fillers into the lips involves knowing the correct depth of the injection and moving the needle correctly to evenly disperse the filler. Extensive knowledge of the anatomy of the lips is also essential to creating the desired patient look. Once injected, the filler gel supports and shapes the tissues of the lips.
HA fillers help bind moisture to HA molecules, providing an increase in both volume and hydration in the lips. Fillers are an extremely popular option because they offer patients a quick and easy way to get beautiful, natural-looking full lips with minimal downtime. We take into consideration the existing lip volume to decide the appropriate amount of HA to inject into each site, since the lips are usually asymmetrical. Enhanced lips can make your lips thicker and fuller, but it will still be you when you leave the doctor's office.
This can make the lips “stand out as a facial feature, which is very attractive to many filler recipients. The purpose of this text is to describe the procedure in detail and cover the practical aspects of injecting fillers into the lips. If more volume is needed and depending on the patient's lip length, the caliper is placed on the right side of the upper lip, its length extending from the outer corner of the lip to the pre-marked central injection point. Figure 2 shows a photoshopped image of different lip ratios, and each patient (Greek, white female) can choose their preferred lip ratio.
For genetically thin lips, structural augmentation with deeper filling followed by volume correction with shallow filling is ideal. Lip augmentation with fillers can be performed by injecting the material into any or all of the anatomical parts of the lip, allowing for a highly controlled and predictable result. Depending on the areas of concern, injectable hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvéderm, Volbella, Restylane, Restylane Silk, Belotero and others can be injected into the lips quickly and easily in the office. Although the results are temporary, lip fillers usually last 6 to 12 months in most patients, and sometimes even longer.