If you are somehow dissatisfied with the results of your lip injection or want to return to your previous appearance, we can easily reverse your result after lip injections. Products containing hyaluronic acid can be partially or completely dissolved through an enzyme called hyaluronidase. The skin of the mouth and lips will return to its normal appearance without sagging or stretching. This change will occur slowly; you won't wake up one morning to find that you've suddenly lost volume.
As the filler fades, your lips may look somewhat aged as the normal aging process persists. Will I continue to receive lip fillers? I'm not sure, although anyone who wants to keep their plumper pout has to get back up. For example, very active patients who exercise frequently tend to metabolize filler more quickly. There is little or no downtime after receiving lip fillers.
The swelling around the injection sites will disappear and you will begin to see excellent results after a few days, with maximum results after 14 days. The ouch factor will vary from person to person, but to put it bluntly, lips are sensitive and without anesthesia, lip injections will feel like a very sharp pinch. While lip fillers have become synonymous with increasing volume (Kylie Jenner style), they have a number of other benefits. 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 augmentation was first introduced to the world at the turn of the century, when physicians experimented with paraffin as a way to fill the lips. The amount of lip filler can be controlled, so the results are more accurate compared to implants. Unfortunately, some people hesitate to put on lip fillers because they have questions about treatment. 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.
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. Small bumps can be an average side effect after receiving lip fillers and are not an immediate concern. Since lip fillers are created using natural enzymes, the body processes them over time.