Lip injections in Toronto are a popular search topic these days. People are eager to learn about it after hearing about celebrities’ transformations with the use of fillers. Lip cosmetics, on the other hand, have received grim forecasts exclusively from these celebrity boutiques.
A wide range of lip fillers exist, each with unique scientific properties, and they should not be used regardless of skin type, necessity, or intent since they can cause permanent deformity.
You should never have silicone injected into your lips by a healthcare practitioner. The contour and thickness of our lips change as we get older. Don’t leave yourself with bumps that are uneven, crooked, or otherwise unappealing. As an example, softer fillers work well for the body of the lips, whereas stiffer fillers work best for enhancing lips, altering their shape or creating an upward curl. A “duck lip” or “fish mouth” effect can be achieved by using improper filler.
A product’s suppleness or firmness can be gauged using the G’-prime measurement. When it comes to plumping up the lips’ body, low G’ fillers like VollureTM and Belotero® perform best, while high G’ fillers like Restylane® Silk work best when it comes to enhancing the contour and lining of the lips’ vermillion border (white line).
However, we do not reject our client’s wishes when it comes to semi-permanent lip fillers like Bellafill and Radiesse. We often recommend hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers for the lips since they are temporary and can be readily removed with an injection of an enzyme called hyaluronidase. Because HA is naturally found in our bodies, they are safe and effective to inject. Because lip filler is a minimally invasive cosmetic augmentation surgery, there is always the possibility that anything might go wrong or have negative consequences.
The only way to avoid botched lips or any negative side effects is to have the procedure performed by a licensed, well-respected practitioner who has received specialized training in the procedure. As long as you’re a good candidate for filler augmentation and the practitioner you’ve chosen has a good track record, the procedure is completely risk-free.