Juvéderm® for Lip Augmentation – Achieve Fuller, Plumper Lips Today!
Located in Erie Colorado, Urban Radiance offers lip augmentation services to help you achieve fuller, plumper lips. Our Registered Nurse and Injector, Alicia Micaletti is experienced in Juvéderm and lip augmentation treatments.
What is Lip Augmentation?
Lip Augmentation (Dermal Fillers) is a cosmetic procedure that uses Hyaluronic acid to improve the shape, structure and volume of your lips.
Why Juvéderm for Lip Augmentation?
Juvéderm makes a few types of dermal fillers for lip and mouth injections. These fillers contain hyaluronic acid a natural substance found in the body to help increase volume resulting in plump, hydrated and more youthful looking lips. Both Ultra and Volbella are great for smoothing smile and marionette lines.
JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC adds fullness to lips.
JUVÉDERM VOLBELLA® XC adds subtle volume to lips and softens the appearance of vertical lip lines.
The Benefits of Dermal Fillers:
- Fuller, plumper lips
- Minimally invasive and safe
- Natural, volume-controlled process
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What to Expect in with a Dermal Filler Treatment
Prior to the procedure we provide a pre-treatment consultation to assess your areas of concern and an understanding of what your expectation are.
Before the procedure begins, we clean your lips and surrounding area using an antiseptic. Next, we apply a topical numbing agent to help reduce discomfort during the injection. Our licensed Aesthetician will inject the filler strategically beneath the skin. Depending on the treatment areas you should see the results immediately.
How Long will Juvéderm Last?
The results with Juvéderm are semi-permanentand very from person to person. Generally, you can expect to see the benefits range from 6 – 18 months. Juvéderm VOLUMA is formulated to lasted longer.
Dermal Filler Post-Treatment Guidelines
- Use an ice pack to help reduce swelling
- No ibuprofen or Advil for any discomfort, you may take Tylenol.
- The lips may be red, swollen, or bruised for the first 2-7 days.