If you look around you, you will notice that lip fillers and augmentations are all the rage. These past few years have seen a considerable rise in the number of people opting for lip fillers. So, if you happen to be amongst those that are dissatisfied with the natural shape of their lips, a lip filler can be a good option for you since it happens to be a minimally invasive procedure that also happens to be temporary, so you can just do it once to see if you like it or not.
If you are considering getting a lip filler, make sure that you get it done from a certified professional that has years of experience handling lip fillers and augmentations to make sure that you get a proper job done. Dr Peter Randle Surgery and different procedure list that he specialized in, also happens to include lip augmentations/fillers, so you can always book a consultation with him today.
Once you have had your consultation and have booked your date, you need to stop taking pain killers and any Vitamin E supplements since they make your blood thinner which leads to excessive bruising. It is also recommended to avoid painkillers at least 2-4 days after the procedure as well. However, a little bit of bruising and swelling after the procedure is still normal and will go away after a few days.
Lip fillers will not give you super full lips immediately, especially if you naturally have very thin lips. You will need to have repeated visits and more injections done in order to increase and maintain your lips, which is why it is important to have realistic expectations about the procedure. You can discuss what kind of filler will best work for you and other queries during your consultation with your surgeon.