Fillers are used to add volume and fullness to the skin for correcting moderate to severe wrinkles and folds, such as the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth. Augmenting or redefining the lips. It is indeed the best non-surgical treatment to look younger, prettier or beautiful.
Lips Fillers have been around for a while and are getting common by the day. We use Hyaluronan (Hyaluronic Acid) → based injectable fillers, as they are the safest.
Cupid Lips is a special technique for administrating Lip Fillers, devised by Dr Sanjay Parashar, Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation. Wherein he the patient gets a special cupid lift and makes the lips looks more desirable and beautiful. It’s not about volume, it’s about art.
In addition to the obvious aesthetic benefits, fillers also promote collagen regeneration and hence restores the youth naturally.
How long do Lip Fillers last?
The effects can last anywhere from six months to two years. There are reports of even longer-lasting results. A number of factor impact the life of fillers. Key is your body’s metabolism. They higher it is, lower will be the life of the fillers.
Who should get lip fillers?
Any adult can get lip fillers. It’s not necessarily the age that matters. What matters is what you want to achieve with your looks.
Can people can tell you have done fillers to enhance your looks?
Once things have settled no one knows or notices that anything was done. That’s what we want. Like all plastic surgery, anything done correctly and in moderation will look natural
Are Fillers painful?
On average people say that on a scale of 1-10, the pain ranks from two to three. Topical numbing agents applied pre-injection will help minimize the pain even further.
Are fillers irreversible?
While hyaluronic acid fillers can last from six to two years. However, if a patient isn’t happy, we can use a reversing agent called hyaluronidase that breaks up the hylauronic acid. This will immediately eliminate the filler.
Fillers require a large downtime?
Unless you get bruising or excessive swelling, which is very unusual, there really is very little downtime. Most people start normal social life next day onwards.