Using Juvéderm Injections to Augment the Lips and Treat Fine Lines and Wrinkles
If you have thin lips or have lost natural volume with time, there are ways to restore their appearance. At Cassie Lane Aesthetics of Richmond, Virginia, men and women seeking lip augmentation can achieve results with injectables such as Juvéderm. This injectable hyaluronic acid gel is not only used to treat fine lines and wrinkles but also to add volume to the upper and lower lips without the need for invasive plastic surgery. The results are smooth, natural, and noticeable and will last several months before touch-up injections are needed to maintain this new look!
How is Juvéderm Used for Lip Enhancement?
Juvéderm is a dermal filler used to help improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It is also used to add volume to the lips, which can help give them a fuller, more youthful appearance. The injectable gel is made from hyaluronic acid, a substance that naturally occurs in the skin. This means that it is typically well-tolerated by most people, and there is little risk of allergic reactions.
What Can I Expect from My Juvéderm Injections?
To perform the procedure, your doctor will start by cleansing the treatment area and injecting the Juvéderm into your lips using a fine needle. You may feel discomfort during the injection process, but this should only last for a few minutes. Once the gel has been injected, your doctor will massage it and use a cold pack to help reduce possible swelling.
How Long Will My Lip Injections Last?
Lip enhancement results with Juvéderm are typically immediate and can last up to six months. Afterward, your body will gradually absorb the gel, and you will need another treatment session to maintain the results.
How Do I Learn More About Juvéderm Injections?
If you are considering Juvéderm as a lip filler and are seeking a professional provider who offers it “near me,” call Cassie Lane Aesthetics today! Cassie Lane has a conveniently located office off Staples Mill Rd. in Richmond, Virginia, and is open to new patients.