The swelling that can often occur after lip fillers can cause the lips to appear a little uneven for a short period of time. This is not necessarily an indication that something has gone wrong and it may take a while for the product to settle and the residual swelling to subside. Swelling is a normal reaction after undergoing lip fillers and it's important to note that the lips have many nerve endings and are more sensitive than other areas of the body. This sensitivity should resolve within a few days to a week.Patients may notice some asymmetry or unevenness due to swelling not occurring symmetrically.
It is recommended to wait around 10 days before seeing results. Wheeler explained that since my lips are on the thinner side of the spectrum, it wouldn't be natural to inject a large amount of filler into them, especially in a single visit. The ouch factor will vary from person to person, but without anesthesia, lip injections will feel like a very sharp pinch.My lower lip is naturally fuller than my upper lip (which has a fairly defined shape), and I always thought it would be nice to add some volume to the top to even things out. Lip fillers are not only used for increasing volume (Kylie Jenner style), but they also have a number of other benefits.
The type of filler chosen depends entirely on what your goal is for the treatment, whether it's balancing the shape of your lips or adding volume or structure.It's also normal for lips to look red or experience some tenderness after fillers (or any type of injection). The placement of dermal fillers will depend on your goals, the look you want to achieve and the current appearance of your lips. Smoothing your lips with a dermal filler is a great way to restore a youthful look, irradiating those superficial folds that can also cause uneven lipstick application.