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Clinica Fiore uses the following products:
Dermal fillers, also known as injectable fillers offer immediately results that are more cost effective than surgical procedures. Dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid and the effects on wrinkles and lines are temporarily depending on the type of injectable filler used. Normally it ranges from 4 to 8 months. Dermal fillers are used to plump up fine lines, wrinkles, some scarring, and augment the lips by restoring volume and definition. Risks are minimum, but bruising and swelling is common for the first 7 to 10 days.
Before treatment the skin is numbed with a cream containing a local anaesthetic. The filler is then applied via injections. The process should take about 30 minutes
Lip Enhancement helps to increase volume in your lips by injected lip fillers. It creates beautiful fuller, yet natural looking lips, and can accentuate the smile and improve the aesthetic of your face.
We understand the complexities of the lip's structure and our dermatologists at Clinica Fiore in London are expert at accurately reshaping your lips with lip enhancement & augmentation treatment.
A Lip enhancement needs to be done with care to reduce the risk of asymmetry and to produce an aesthetically beautiful outcome. At Clinica Fiore, we have developed techniques that produce an instant, graceful, refined and elegant result with minimal discomfort and risks.
There are four basic types of fillers.
You will probably experience a few days of slight swelling.
It is generally accepted that temporary fillers containing hyaluronic acid offer the lowest risk as hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the skin and cartilage and is less likely to cause any allergic reactions. Risks of temporary fillers can include a small risk of allergic reaction to the filler or bruising of the treated area. People with a history of cold sores may experience a recurrence after treatment, although this can be minimised by the use of antiviral medicines. Semi-permanent fillers are more risky with about 5% of patients suffering an allergic reaction resulting in severe swelling. Permanent fillers are the most risky injectable as problems can occur if the filler moves to another area resulting in bumps and lumps.