Ideal Candidates for Lip Fillers
Anyone in good health over the age of 21 can go for lip fillers. It is safe and effective for almost every patient, but if you have already had extensive lip enhancement via surgical or non-surgical procedures, you must talk to the physician to determine whether the treatment is fine for you.
People suffering from Oral Herpes, Diabetes, Lupus, and Blood clotting problems are not good candidates for lip fillers. You should inform the doctor if you take any medication, over-the-counter drugs, or supplements.
Results are Reversible
You do need to get upset about the final result of lip filler because it is entirely reversible. Hyaluronic acid can be broken down by an enzyme called hyaluronidase. This means if you think that the new shape and size of lips are not complementing your overall appearance, you can reverse the results. So, you get greater peace of mind with lip fillers
Cost of Lip Fillers
The cost of lip fillers depends upon the type of filler used, the quantity of the filler, and the clinic's reputation. However, the total cost usually ranges from $500-$1500. At James Christian Cosmetics, we offer three packages with different styles, including West Coast Style, East Coast Style, and Russian Lips. We charge for West Coast Style and Russian Lips $799/cc each and East Coast Style 699/cc. Moreover, you can come for a free consultation and design a treatment plan according to your needs and budget.
Importance of a Professional for Providing Lip Fillers
The most important decision you make when considering lip fillers is who will perform the service. Always make sure that the clinic you have chosen has a good reputation, and the injector is certified in cosmetic surgery. At James Christian Cosmetics, we have a team of experts who have years of experience performing injectable procedures. Our Founder, James Christian Sardelli, is a Registered Physician Assistant-Certified (RPA-C). He has over 10 years of experience in the Industry where his skill and artistry in aesthetics are renowned.
Lip Fillers VS Fat Injections
Fat injections are also used to improve lips' size, texture, and symmetry. The healthcare specialist takes fat cells from the patient's buttocks, abdomen, or thighs and, after processing them, injects them into lips to give a fuller appearance. It takes weeks to recover from the fat transfer, and bruising, swelling, stiffness, or chapped lips are common after-effects.
Fat injections results are permanent but can cause lumpiness, and you need a minimum of 3 sessions to get the desired look. In contrast, Lip fillers are completely safe and do not cause any lumpiness. In addition, swelling resolves in a few days, and only one session is enough to get pouty lips.
Lip Fillers VS Lip Implants
Lip implants involve using soft, pliable silicon rubber or a biodegradable substance inserted in the corners of the mouth. The results last for many years and are ineffective for smoothing fine lip lines. In addition, this treatment comes with the risk of infection and bleeding. Whereas lip fillers last for about 6-8 months, there is no risk of adverse reaction, and you have a choice to experiment with a new look at every session.