Dermal Lip Fillers: New Options for Lip and Smile Enhancement?

Are you bothered by the appearance of thin lips? As a dentist who focuses on Smile Makeovers, this is a common complaint I hear from many of my patients looking to improve their smile. It is for this reason, I continued my education in the field of Dento-Facial Aesthetics and now offer lip fillers as an adjunct service for our cosmetic dental procedures.  So if you are looking to plump up thin lips or to smoothing out vertical lines around the edges of the lips as a finishing touch to a cosmetic dental procedure or smile makeover keep reading as I explain more about our lip enhancement services.

What Are Lip Fillers?

Dermal fillers are derived from naturally occurring proteins found in the body (hyaluronic acid) and  are used to replace, complement or enhance soft tissue in the skin for the purpose of reducing wrinkles and providing volume to your skin. Similar to the effect dermal fillers have on cheeks and smile lines, lip fillers can add help make your lips look more plump or to soften lipstick lines.

Frequently Asked Questions about Lip Fillers

Q: How long do the effect of lip fillers last?

A: Dermal fillers last between 6 – 12 months.

Q: Do lip fillers help with smoker’s lines?

A: Yes. As long as the your smoker’s lines and wrinkles are not too deep, lip fillers can be applied to those vertical lines around the lips to help plump up those areas too. At our office we offer a Free Smile Assessment & Computerized Complexion Analysis to help us determine which treatments are right for you.

Scheduling Your Free Smile Assessment

If you are considering Anti-Aging or a Dento-Facial Aesthetic Procedure to help improve the appearance of your skin and smile, call our office 08 6244 0089 or click here now to scheduleFree Smile Assessment & Computerize Complexion Analysis and let us help you look and feel your best at every stage of life.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.