Lip Filler

Whether your lips have thinned over time or you simply want fuller lips, dermal fillers are a great option. These dermal fillers are injected at varying depths to eliminate lip lines, define the upper lip and add volume or fullness to both the upper and lower lip.

Lip filler treatment takes about 30 minutes with instant results lasting anywhere between six months to several years (depending on which filler is used). The amount of discomfort depends on the sensitivity of the patient's skin. Sometimes a topical anesthetic is used to dull the pain. The product is injected using a very fine needle.

One week prior to your lip filler treatment, avoid taking St. John's Wort, aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, e.g. Advil, and high doses of Vitamin E supplements. These agents may increase bleeding and bruising at the injection site.

Lip fillers can improve:

  • Deflated Upper Lip

  • Thin or Aging Lips

  • Uneven Lips

  • Lip Lines

A collection of fillers for different needs:

Each product in the Juvéderm collection of fillers is used to add volume to a different area of the face, to help provide natural looking and long lasting results. For the lips, our providers most commonly use:

JUVÉDERM® VOLBELLA™ XC adds subtle volume to lips and softens the appearance of vertical lip lines.

JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC adds fullness and plumps lips as well as smooths and corrects moderate to severe parentheses lines.

Filler Demonstration

Tricia received 1 syringe of JUVÉDERM®Vollure in her lower lip.  

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is JUVÉDERM®? 

JUVÉDERM® is the #1 selling collection of hyaluronic acid fillers in the U.S. Each product in the JUVÉDERM® Collection of Fillers adds volume to a different area of the face—without surgery. All JUVÉDERM® fillers are smooth, crystal-clear gels that are administered by injection in your aesthetic healthcare provider's office.

What is hyaluronic acid? 

The JUVÉDERM® Collection of Fillers is made from hyaluronic acid (HA). HA is a natural substance in the skin that delivers nutrients, helps the skin retain moisture and softness, and adds volume. Each product in the JUVÉDERM® Collection of Fillers is made from a modified form of HA.

What is the treatment experience like? 

Your provider will take your medical history and provide a facial analysis. Be prepared to discuss your areas of concern. This is not a surgical treatment. Actual treatment can take 15 minutes to 60 minutes, depending on which area of your face is being treated.

Does it hurt? 

The amount of discomfort depends on the sensitivity of the patient's skin. Sometimes a topical anesthetic is used to dull the pain or ice to help further minimize discomfort. JUVÉDERM® injectable gels labeled with "XC" contain pain-reducing lidocaine to help manage pain or discomfort during the injection.

When will I see results? 

You will see results immediately/instantly. 

How long do results last? 

Results may last 6 months to two years, with optimal treatment and depending on the formula used.

What are the possible side effects?             

Side effects from Juvéderm are mild and usually include injection-related side effects such as slight redness and bruising or swelling. Typically, these side effects dissipate within a few hours but swelling can last up to two weeks. 

What is the average treatment cost? 

Prices per syringe

JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC: $655.00
JUVÉDERM® Volbella XC: $775.00

How can I save on treatments? 

Join Allē, the new and improved loyalty program by the makers of JUVÉDERM®, for savings on treatments within the JUVÉDERM® Collection. With Allē, you can earn 200 points for qualifying JUVÉDERM® treatments that you can redeem for savings on future treatments.

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Also our office always offers a multiple syringe discount - when treated with multiple syringes at the same appointment, receive $100 off each additional after the first syringe.

Podcast Episode: Lip Fillers vs Implants 

Listen as Dr. Normington explains the difference between lip fillers and lip implants. He also goes into details on how each procedure is performed and what patients can expect once they are completed.

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