You can take steps to look your best. Staying hydrated, getting enough rest, eating right and exercising will help you to stay healthy. That’s all well and good, but you can’t change your features. You can’t do anything about lips that look like they are doing a disappearing act. Or perhaps you have always had thin lips. Cosmetics are not enough to give you what you don’t have. If you have thin lips and you want to give them a boost, consider lip augmentation at our office.
How Does Lip Augmentation Work?
When it comes to enhancing your lips, there are several alternatives. The most common option for lip augmentation is the injection of hyaluronic acid fillers. There are a variety of fillers to choose from. When they are injected into your lips, your lips will be fuller. You’ll have that plump pout that you have been looking for.
It is important to note that hyaluronic acid fillers are not permanent. Since hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring molecule, it will eventually be recognized and absorbed by the body. The good news is that when your results start to fade, these treatments can be safely repeated at our office for ongoing benefits.
Is Lip Augmentation Right for You?
If you are starting to notice your lips thinning out due to age or sun exposure, lip augmentation may be perfect for you. This is also a great procedure for people who have naturally thin lips. If you want plump and full lips, but you don’t want to go through an invasive procedure involving implants, consider lip augmentation via hyaluronic acid fillers.
Learn More About Lip Augmentation
Before you have any type of cosmetic procedure, you want to be informed. We invite you to set up a time to talk to the team at Eminence Medical Aesthetics to discuss your options. Your lips will be evaluated and our team will discuss what you can do to enhance the appearance of your lips. You will be able to look at photo galleries of previous patients to get a better idea of what your lips will look like after your procedure. Our team will also review your health history to make sure you qualify for treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers. You can have full, plump lips with help from lip augmentation.
*Individual results may vary