Orange County lip fillers are as unique as the people who use them. The more information you have, the better you’ll be able to choose the one that meets your aesthetic goals.
Lip fillers are classified under the dermal filler banner. They are a gel like substance that’s injected into the skin to restore volume that’s been lost. There are several common types that include Radiesse, Juvederm, and Restylane.
Here’s some information on each one so you can make a good decision.
This type of dermal filler is quite often used on wrinkles but it can also be used to pump up your lips. Results can last for up to 18 months. This product is known to stimulate collagen production.
Juvéderm has been called the soft tissue filler. It fills out lines and provides a smooth appearance because it has a high concentration of hyaluronic acid. It gives lips a more horizontal spread and softer appearance.
You’ll get a more dramatic effect. What’s more, the results can last from six months up to one year.
This is one of the more popular brands of Orange County Lip Fillers. It has a high water affinity as well as a high concentration of hydrologic acid. That means this product does an excellent job of retaining moisture. The high elasticity also allows people to move their lips freely while maintaining their shape. The results are softer more natural looking lips that are plump without looking puffy.
Here are a few other things that you need to consider before you make a final decision.
You’ll need to decide if you’re looking for a lifting effect. If that’s the case you want to look at re-volumizing fillers. They give lips a left and add volume at the same time.
Some people are looking for more volume. For them, it’s best to look for a thicker filler. Some patients who are looking to achieve this goal use a combination of several different types of products.
Others are not looking to change the volume, shape, or size of their lips. They want to smooth out wrinkles and lines. For them, we like to suggest classic Juvéderm since it fills in smaller cracks around the outer edges of the lips at the same time.