Are your lips losing definition as you get older? Do you worry that smokers’ lines or deep lines at the corners of your mouth are making you look unhappy? Would you like your lips to look plumper and more clearly defined? Perhaps you’d love to restore the Cupid’s bow of your youth?
There’s no doubt that one area of your face that can lose definition as you grow older is your mouth. When we’re younger our lips tend to naturally have lots of volume, definition and a clear lip line. Unfortunately, our mouth does a lot of work over the years, which can lead to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as deeper lines and folds.
How does lip augmentation work?
With lip augmentation (also known as ‘lip enhancement’), it’s important for us to see you and understand the problem areas that are particularly troubling you, as well as looking at your facial profile and how the appearance of your lips might be improved.
We can use hyaluronic acid fillers to replace the lost volume in your lips, redefine your lip contours, or improve the ‘Cupid’s Bow’ appearance of your top lip line.
We can also fill in the deep folds that run from your nose to your mouth or the folds at the corners of your mouth, both of which can give your lips a downturned, unhappy appearance.
Botox® injections can be used to minimise or even smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.
As with any facial aesthetic treatment, if you’re considering natural lip enhancement we’d recommend that you book a consultation so that you can talk through your hopes or fears and ask any questions you might have. We often find that people assume they need one type of treatment but there might be a better alternative. The consultation is a fantastic and pressure-free way to explore your options.
We offer a free one-hour new patient consultation – to book yours, simply call 01772 253 443 and we’ll arrange a convenient appointment time for you. You can also email us at email@example.com.
I am so pleased I opted for a white filling to replace my old amalgam filling. It looks so much better when I laugh - I used to hate that lump of metal!