Non-Surgical Lip Augmentation: Lip Injection

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Lip injections that use dermal fillers are composed of medical grade fluid solutions used to plump the lips and restore lost fullness, volume and create definition.

Non-surgical lip augmentation is the most common lip augmentation technique. This method involves the use of injectable dermal fillers to increase the volume of lips. We recommend hyaluronic acid fillers for lip augmentation including Restylane®, Juvéderm®, or Belotero®.

Full, pillowy lips are a sign of youth, beauty, and femininity. Studies of facial attraction have shown that a woman’s lips are one of the first things that both men and women notice when deciding whether a face is attractive or not.

So, what exactly are lip injections, otherwise known as fillers? Lip injections that use dermal fillers are composed of medical grade fluid solutions used to plump the lips and restore lost fullness, volume and create definition. These fillers also aid in smoothing unsightly vertical lip lines that come with age and sun exposure. Most cosmetic surgeons offer a range of dermal fillers for lip enhancement, including Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse. These are all wonderful options, and are FDA approved, safe and effective in achieving long-lasting results.

Expect extraordinary-quality cosmetic procedures, the most up-to-date equipment and products, and a wonderfully relaxing environment.Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeons is proud that we are in the top 5% acounts for fillers in the U.S.you can be 100% certain that the products you are receiving are safe, authentic, fresh, and potent. Practices earn this distinction based on the sheer amount of products that are ordered. Thus, if you have a practice that is in the top 5%, it’s because they are a very busy practice that goes through a lot of products and orders a lot.

Our mission is to transform the medical aesthetical industry to affordable but extraordinary healthcare. With our annual Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeons membership, you could get filler up to $450 per ml even while the market price is about $700-900 per ml.

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