DR. Wafaa Clinic

Lip Filler Treatment

Non-surgical lip enhancement or lip fillers are treatments suitable for anyone who would like fuller lips, or lip proportion correction or even rehydration.

As you get older, your skin will change.

 You lose hydration as well as facial fat, and skin elasticity reduces due to the degradation of collagen making it more fragile to the environment. 

As a result, the volume of youthful skin begins to diminish, and you will start to evolve more wrinkles and folds in your skin. 

You will develop wrinkles around your mouth, your cheekbones will start to sink and your smile lines and jawline will drop. 

With lip fillers you can get your youthful appearance back within a short time and with pain free treatment.

Dermal fillers are a safe and effective procedure to help smooth out problem areas and tackle signs of skin and lip ageing.

The lip fillers are made of naturally occurring hyaluronic acid and are available in a range of densities to create hydration or  soft and subtle luscious lip or even a full voluptuous result. 

The results are immediate and last 6-15 months, depending on which filler is used.

Advantage and Features

Best Results

Achieved after 1-2 treatments

Duration of Results

6-12 months

Procedure Time

20-40 minutes

Aesthetic Practitioner

Medically qualified GMC
registered doctor

Anaesthesia

Numbing cream & fillers
containing LA

Recovery

2-3 hours
(time to wean off anaesthetic)

Back to Work

Lunch time procedure! Back to
work the same day

Risks and Complications

Minimal to medium

Price

from £280

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

As we age, lips naturally lose volume and plumpness. This is due to the overall decrease in collagen and elastin that occurs as we age. Collagen and Elastin are the proteins in our skin which provide structure, support and elasticity.

Dermal fillers used in the UK contain hyaluronic acid. When injected into the skin, hyaluronic acid has hydrophilic (water-loving) tendencies. This causes it to attract water, thus filling out wrinkles and scars and adding volume and shape where necessary.

As it is a naturally occurring substance within the body, adverse reactions to it are unlikely.

There are various techniques to administer fillers, subtly reshape lips, add lost volume to ageing lips, and treat lipstick lines and philtral columns. This can be achieved using Needle or Micro-cannula.

Your treatment will be tailored according to your specific lip and facial anatomy and your desired result to create a natural-looking set of lips.

Now at Dr Wafaa Clinic, when you come for lip filler, after a consultation,We numb you with numbing cream or with a full dental block (numbing injections) to ensure your treatment is totally pain free.

Then lip fillers are injected by Dr Wafaa into the lips with very fine needles to ensure minimal discomfort and bruising, allowing her to sculpt the lips to the desired shape and fullness.

In many cases, Dr Wafaa will use a round, blunt ended micro cannula to deliver the product to the entire lips with one tiny entry point either side of the mouth without the need to use  needles.

The benefits of this is you are extremely unlikely to have any bruising afterwards.

It is normal to expect some mild swelling after your procedure and can last 24-48 hours.

If bruising does occur, it is usually mild and transient.

 You can immediately return to your daily activities.

Lips are very sensitive, so we apply a local anaesthetic before your treatment to numb the area. There may still be some discomfort, if this is too great inform us and we will look to ease this as much as possible.
To note using micro-cannula are much less painful than Needle!

With her high expertise and worldwide qualifications, Dr Wafaa El Mouhebb has been able to gain experience in using micro-cannula in lip filler thus reducing pain , swelling and bruises after the procedure

At Dr Wafaa Clinic, due to ethical reasons we do have age limit policies with our injectable treatments.

Due to the natural development of the face and muscles we have made the decision not to provide dermal or lip fillers to anyone below the age of 18.

In the week before the treatment, avoid taking aspirin (unless prescribed by a doctor), ibuprofen, vitamin E and fish oil supplements as these may increase bleeding and bruising.

Kindly ensure to inform us of any prescription medication you are taking.

Step One – Consultation and Consent

It is essential to understand that, whilst dermal fillers are not prescription-only medicines, the medication needed to dissolve fillers, hyaluronidase, is. Additionally, the anatomy of the face is complex; it is advisable only to allow medically qualified practitioners to carry out filler treatments.

Upon arrival at our Clinic in Reading, Dr Wafaa will complete detailed personal details and medical history forms with you. She will then discuss your medical history, the procedure, and any potential side effects and highlight the realistic, expected result of the treatment.

This process should take as long as you need and allow you to weigh up the benefits against the risks.

You will then sign and date your completed consent form.

Photos of the area to be treated will be taken for records and comparison later on with the after result.

These Photos might be shared on Social Media for teaching and marketing purposes, but your consent will be taken before that. If you don’t prefer releasing the photos, the images will be kept confidential for medical records only.

Step Two – Your Treatment

Your treatment will take around 15-30 minutes.

The first part of your treatment will be the removal of any makeup and sterilisation of the area to be treated with an antibacterial/alcohol wipe.

The area to be treated will then be numbed using an anaesthetic cream to the site 20 minutes or so before injection. This helps to dampen the place to be treated and reduces pain when the needle is inserted into the skin. The anaesthetic effects of numbing creams like EMLA last around 30-60 minutes.

Dr Wafaa will use a micro-needle or a cannula to inject small filler into the lips. Various techniques can be used, depending on the stuffing and the area being treated.

After injecting the filler, She may manipulate and massage it to ensure it is evenly distributed and correctly placed.

Step Three – The Check-Up

You will be offered a free check-up two weeks after your treatment. This allows Dr Wafaa to check that the dose they administered was appropriate for the agreed outcome and that the healing process is smooth.

Final Step – The Repeat Treatment

Depending on how quickly you metabolise the filler and which product you were treated with, you will require a repeat treatment 6-24 months after your initial treatment.

You will be advised regarding when you may require a repeat treatment.

As with most treatments where injections are involved, typical side effects of lip fillers include

  • slight swelling,
  • redness,
  • tenderness and
  • bleeding around the points where the needle or cannula was inserted.

But, these should only last for a few days.

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0% Interest Free Finance Cover Available For Up To 12 Months
For Any Treatment Over £250 **

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