Wharf Clinic lip Filler

Lip Filler

What is lip filler and How it works?

 

Lip filler is a quick and safe treatment for lip augmentation to plump, created more defined border around lips and achieve proportionally more desired balanced look between upper and lower lips.

 

We use top quality Swiss made Hyaluronic Acid – a clear biodegradable gel which is naturally present in the body. This is placed carefully in the body of the lip and or the border of the lip to produce volume and definition. The gel gradually over a few weeks integrates into the lips softening and settling. The results can be subtle or dramatic.

Benefit:

 

  • A more pleasing lip shape and volume

  • A natural result using a variety of techniques

  • Enhance/more defined border; cupids bow and philtrum which is the columns between the lip and nose.

  • Subtle and natural which is often preferred by our patients  

 

 

Injectables at our Clinic:

           

  • Performed by highly experienced doctor, doing thousands of treatments each year

  • Using FDA approved and top-quality brands for maximum effect and safety

  • Thorough and detailed consultation to assure the best and most suitable course of treatment

  • 4 weeks free review by same doctor

Treatment Summary

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PROCEDURE TIME

30 minutes 

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BACK TO WORK

Immediate. However, swelling usually occurs after 24 hours and persists for a few days

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FULL RECOVERY

Usually within 96 hours

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ANAESTHETIC

We generally use anaesthetic cream

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SENSITIVITY PERIOD

Modern high-quality dermal fillers cause a low risk of sensitivity. Rarely late inflammatory nodules occur, and these can be managed

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VISIBLE RESULTS

Immediate, but take a week or so to settle

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DURATION OF RESULTS

Usually 4 to 6 months

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RISKS AND COMPLICATIONS

Bruising

Swelling

Uneven result/unsatisfactory result

Lumps

Intravascular occlusion

Late inflammatory nodules

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RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF TREATMENTS

1-2 per individualised treatment segment

Frequently asked questions