Lip Filler

Lip filler has very quickly become one of the most sought-after aesthetic services. Whether it is adding a subtle enhancement and hydration, which is achieved with our mini lip treatment, or more volume and shape, typically addressed with a full syringe of filler, we have options to suit all wants and needs.

Get The Facts

Lip filler is most often comprised of hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring sugar in the body. These are used to restore volume and hydration and to create more shape and definition. Choosing the right product and injecting it with the correct technique is vital to helping clients achieve their desired outcomes.

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Before you Arrive:
+ Please ensure you have filled out your Health History/Intake form before your appointment. If you are unable to complete it, please arrive 15 minutes early
+ We recommend eating a light snack or meal 30min – 1hr before your appointment
+ Please let us know if you have a history of cold sores so we can arrange for a prophylactic antiviral medication before treatment

How to Prepare:
+ Arnica may be taken before the appointment to help reduce swelling and bruising
+ Tylenol may be taken before the appointment for pain management

What to avoid:
+ Please avoid the following:
+ Alcohol for 24 hours before
+ Caffeine on the day of treatment
+ Aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen, Advil®, Motrin®, Aleve®, Fish oil, Gingko Biloba, St. John’s Wort, and high doses of Vitamin E, unless medically necessary
+ Vaccines and dental work 2 weeks prior
+ Is it our policy not to provide treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding


+ Minor swelling, bruising, and/or tenderness to the treated area is normal
+ Please watch your skin and contact your provider immediately if you notice any of the following:
+ Pale, blue/grey, or cool-to-touch areas in your skin at or around the treated area
+ Severe pain that is persistently getting worse
+ Lack of sensation or numbness in the treatment area
+ Blotchy red skin or formation of pustules
+ Redness or skin that is warm to the touch

Post Care:
+ Apply cool packs liberally after treatment to help reduce swelling
+ Arnica gel may be applied gently to the treated area to help reduce bruising
+ Tylenol may be taken for pain if needed

What to Avoid:
+ Please avoid the following:
+ Strenuous exercise for 24 hours
+ Makeup over the injection site for 24 hours
+ Alcohol and salty food for 3 days
+ Direct heat or pressure to the treated areas for 1 week
+ Hot tubs, saunas, or steam rooms for 1 week
+ Facial massage or use of facial tools for 4 weeks
+ Laser treatments for 4 weeks

Follow Up:
+ Results will be noticeable immediately, however, full results are at 6-8 weeks
+ You may require a follow-up appointment to tweak your result, this will be scheduled on the day of your treatment or you can call to book

Treatment Info

Treatments Needed
Results In
Results Last
6-12 months

Benefits of Lip Filler

+ Restores lost volume
+ Softens smile lines
+ Fills and enhances lips
+ Adds hydration
+ Natural occurring sugar already found in the body
+ Instant and natural outcome

Conditions It Treats

+ Thin or Uneven Lips
+ Dehydrated Lips
+ Aging Lips




Frequently Asked Questions

+ How long does Lip Filler last?

Depending on the type of Filler product and the amount injected, Lip Filler will last around 6-12 months. Many clients will continue with a maintenance treatment once a year.

+ Can Lip Filler look “natural”?

Absolutely! Starting slow and not over-injecting the lips will give the most optimal outcome. Also, choosing the right product and injecting it with the correct technique is vital to achieving beautiful, natural-looking results.

+ Can I receive Lip Filler the day before an event?

After Lip Filler, your lips will be swollen for about 48-72 hours and you will be sent home with an ice pack to help with swelling. Bruising is also a common side effect that should subside in 5-7 days. We recommend getting your lips treated at least 2-4 weeks in advance before any important events to allow the lip tissue adequate time to heal.

+ How much do lip fillers cost?

The cost of lip filler treatments can vary depending on factors such as the type of filler used, the amount of filler required, the practitioner’s expertise, and the geographic location. On average, lip fillers can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars per treatment session. It’s best to consult with a reputable practitioner to get an accurate estimate based on your specific needs.

+ Can lip fillers be reversed or dissolved?

Yes, one advantage of using hyaluronic acid fillers is that they can be reversed or dissolved if needed. An enzyme called hyaluronidase can be injected into the treated area to break down the filler, allowing the lips to return to their original appearance.

+ Can I choose the shape and size of my lips with lip fillers?

Yes, lip fillers can be tailored to meet your specific goals and desires. During your consultation, you can discuss your desired shape, volume, and overall aesthetic with your practitioner. They will assess your lips and facial features and recommend a treatment plan that suits you.