lip fillers shrewsbury, SHROPSHIRE
Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring component in the skin’s dermis, is used to make lip fillers. To get the desired results, a tiny needle is inserted into the lips or the lip line after a cream is used to numb the lips. Immediately following treatment, you may notice some swelling that can be minimised by applying an ice pack. You may also suffer minor pin-point bleeding, which is typical and will stop quickly. Lip fillers typically last between six and twelve months and are not permanent.
HOW DO LIP FILLERS WORK?
BENEFITS OF LIP FILLERS
- Larger, younger-looking lips
- A lessening of the creases around the mouth
- The amount of hyaluronic acid injected into the lip can be controlled; patients frequently progressively add volume to their lips to give them a natural appearance
- Allergic reactions are unlikely because the fillers contain a material that is identical to those found naturally in the body
- No downtime is required after treatment
- Results can be noticed right away and last between 6 and 18 months
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WHY CHOOSE ST. MICHAEL'S CLINIC for LIP FILLER IN SHREWSBURY?
Here at St. Michael’s Clinic, Shrewsbury’s leading private skin and laser treatment clinic, our experts are specialists in all aspects of dermatology, skin cancer, anti-ageing and beauty treatments. We are able to offer NHS patients a consultant led dermatology service from our sites in Shrewsbury and Much Wenlock.
St. Michael’s Clinic is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, ensuring the best level of treatment is provided to you in a safe environment. We are part of the Dermatology Partnership, a leading group of dermatology clinics, defined by clinical excellence and focusing on leading dermatological care.
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