Plump up your Lips From $380 per ml or get Ultra thick filler at $590 per ml
Ageing, genetics and many other factors steal away our youthfulness over time – and while we can’t stop the clock – we do have age-defying options today that effectively restore youthfulness to keep us looking good.
A thinning upper lip often makes you appear angry and old – while fine lines, often referred to as “smoker’s lines,” appear to make you look even older.
Using today’s more advanced and reliable materials for lip enhancement – Dr Matthew Holman can rejuvenate your lips to what they once were – or give you the lips you’ve always wanted and never had.
How You Could Benefit From Lip Augmentation?
- Restores thin, droopy lips to their more youthful look
- Plumps up thin lips to restore balance & proportion
- Reduces fine lines & wrinkles around the mouth
- “Lifts” droopy lip corners to a more youthful position
- Safe and reliable “in-office” procedure
- Can achieve temporary or permanent results
A Good Candidate
Any man or woman who is unhappy with their lips as they are today and who wants Lip Augmentation to rejuvenate and restore their lips to a more youthful appearance – or to create the lips they’ve always wanted and never had – could be an ideal candidate for a Lip Augmentation procedure. You should be in otherwise good health and have realistic goals and expectations. The Doctors will assess your condition and concerns, during your initial consultation, and then create a personalized treatment plan for you.
Lip Augmentation Procedure
Temporary treatments involve using one of today’s advanced Injectable fillers. A treatment typically takes only a few minutes and is done “in-office”. The Doctors use a topical anaesthetic to ensure your comfort and a tiny needle with pre-measured doses for injecting the targeted areas. Injectable fillers can last from 6-12 months. The options vary depending upon your needs, condition and goals. Juverderm is just one of today’s safe, effective age-defying options for Lip Augmentation. The filler that’s best for your use will be determined during your personal consultation.
What To Expect After Lip Augmentation?
This varies with each patient but typically you can expect some bruising, swelling and minimal discomfort for a couple days.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What does lip augmentation accomplish?
Lip augmentation procedures are performed to add or restore fullness, shape and contour to the lips. This is a cosmetic procedure which results in either temporary or permanent outcomes.
2. Who is a good candidate for lip augmentation?
Women and men who want to rejuvenate their lips or restore them to a more youthful, full and shapely appearance make good candidates. A good candidate should also be in good health and have goals and expectations that are realistic.
3. Where does the doctor perform lip augmentations?
Lip Augmentation is an “in-office” procedure. The Lip augmentation can be performed at the same time as the initial consultation and takes between 30-60 minutes.
4. Is lip augmentation painful?
The technique used for your procedure often determines the amount of discomfort involved. Topical anaesthetic is used for some procedures and local anaesthetic for others.
5. How Long Does Lip Augmentation Take?
Typically – Lip Augmentation takes between 30-60 minutes depending upon the complexity of your personalised plan.
6. Can I take a look and some before and afters.
Absolutely ! Click away https://www.esteemstudio.com.au/before-after/lip-augmentation
Lip augmentation Cost
The cost of the lip augmentation procedure is dependent on the filler that is injected and the number of mls you would need. This is discussed at your consultation. The cost of filler is from $380 per ml or get Ultra thick filler at $590 per ml.
7. Is there patient financing?
Patient financing is completely independent from the clinic. For patients wanting affordable payment plans please apply directly with Total Lifestyle Credit. This facility is subject to approval. Our advice to all patients is to be financially responsible when undertaking finance for elective surgical procedures.