What You Need To Know About Lip Fillers
Many women suffer from dry and chapped lips. It can be very painful to eat or drink without feeling any sensation in the lips. There are many cosmetic surgery procedures available today that offer treatment for dry and chapped lips. One of these procedures is lip filler injection. This treatment can help to get rid of dry and chapped lips naturally.
A cosmetic surgeon will sedate you and then give you an injection of hyaluronic acid directly into the lips. The lip enlargement agent will stay on the lips for the last 24 hours. The hyaluronic acid helps to restore the elasticity to the lips and the bruising is greatly reduced.
Some of the common side effects from this type of injection are mild edema, minor facial swelling, slight swelling of the jaw area, moderate pain and bruising. However, none of these side-effects lasts for long and will fade away quickly in about a week. Another complication of this treatment is called lip necrosis. Lip necrosis is when the skin on the lip edge thins and starts peeling.
Some cosmetic surgeons suggest that people who need to have lip fillers find a cheaper source of fillers. However, lip fillers are not cheap and usually run up to $1000. Lip fillers can run as high as $5000 per lipoplasty. How much does it cost to get the cheapest injectable filler? This depends on how much insurance you have and how much your doctor charges per visit.
Unfortunately, the long-term side-effects of this treatment can cause miscarriages in some cases. It can also cause facial bruising. Facial bruising is one of the side-effects that scare women the most. The good news here is that this is only temporary and bruising usually goes away within a week or two.
A poor candidate may end up looking too swollen, making lip filler injections much more painful. This is especially true if the patient had long-term side-effects like severe facial swelling. Any bruising after lip filler treatment may make it look like the patient has been hit by a car. Also if the bruising doesn’t start to go away within a few days, then a person should call their doctor immediately.
Lip fillers can also result in lip necrosis, which is the death of the tissue surrounding the original injury. If lip fillers are used for a long time, the body can develop a resistance to them. In the case of an oral surgeon who does not use the safest techniques, necrosis can occur. This can be very dangerous, especially if the necrosis is caused by a lack of fluid draining after the surgery.
A great example of how long a person should wait before seeing positive results from lip fillers is after a person gets an eyelid lift. The patient may have excellent satisfaction with the procedure but afterwards, they may experience extensive swelling. Although the eyelid lift was performed six months ago, positive results might only be seen two to four months after the surgery.
Lip fillers can also cause hyaluronic acid to migrate into the subcutaneous spaces in the body, creating tissue deficiencies. Hyaluronic acid is a necessary building block for tissues such as the skin and cartilage. In the case of the lips, excess hyaluronic acid causes the outer surface of the lips to thicken. This can result in wrinkles, sagging and loosening of the skin. This can also cause necrosis of the tissues surrounding the lips.
The most common complications from lip fillers involve infection and allergic reactions. In the case of allergic reactions, there can be swelling, redness and blisters. Swelling and irritation can occur weeks after injection, while the blisters will probably show up as red pimple bumps. The injection site will also be very itchy and irritated for some time after treatment. The lips will need to be swollen and healed before they can be safely used full time.
If the infection or allergic reaction does not subside after a few weeks, your physician may recommend a collagen injection. Collagen is an anti-inflammatory that can help with lip fillers that have caused lip necrosis. Collagen has also been shown to increase collagen production in other areas. Talk with your physician if you think you may need a collagen injection.