10 Things You Are Going To Wish You Knew Before Getting Lip Fillers In Toronto
In recent years we’ve seen everyone from Youtubers, Insta-famous women and our favorite actresses fill up their lips to create dramatic, sultry pouts.
Jumping on a beauty trend can be oh-so-tempting. In Toronto, lip fillers are still an extremely hot trend, but luckily, we can observe the average augmentation taking on a more natural look,and the ‘trout pout’ look of obviously filled lips is less common today. Just as with any good thing, it’s possible to overdo it or to have a bad experience due to inadequate education and planning. To get the most from your lip enhancement experience, here are tenkey pieces of information you should have to be well-prepared and set up for success.
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Treatment
1. Select aqualified and experienced Toronto lip filler doctor
Surprisingly, this wise advice is often overlooked when it comes to non-surgical cosmetic treatments because people tend to think of them as less risky and therefore, requiring less expertise. While minimally invasive and non-surgical procedures do often carry fewer health risks, they are not entirelyrisk-free or foolproof. Just as you would if planning a breast augmentation or facelift, research your doctor to ensure they have the training and experience to do a great job. Expertly augmented lips require in-depth medical knowledge along with an artistic technique developed through experience. We’ve all seen disastrous-looking augmentation effects and though some people actually seek out that aesthetic, often the “botched” look is the result of a lack of experience on the injector’s part. HA injection done poorly can not only look terrible, but it may alsobe dangerous in the wrong hands.
2. Get prepared before your Toronto lip filler treatment
You’ll be asked to avoid medications and supplements that increase bleeding and bruising. Many people don’t realize their vitamin E capsules or ginseng smoothies can result in unwanted effects during injections. One week before your procedure you should avoid Aspirin, Advil and other blood thinning medication, as long as your primary physician has cleared you to do so. Supplements to avoid include fish oils, vitamin E. Ginseng, Ginko Biloba or St Johns Wort. You may also want to avoid alcohol the day before. One glass won’t have much effect,but if you drink a large amount of alcohol in the days prior to injection, you could find you have some excess bruising and swelling. It typically takes 10-14 days to resolve so it can be pretty frustrating and difficult to cover with makeup. Doing what you can to avoid bruises will save you some frustration.
Improving Your Lips
3. Please don’t overdo it
We get it; cosmetic treatments can be pricey,and many people want to get as much bang for their buck as possible. The problem with overdoing facial enhancements is that more is often not better and may leave you with regrets. You can always get topped up later so for your first treatment, take it slow, make subtle changes and see how comfortable you are with the new look before adding more. Your physician injector is an artist. They genuinely want their clients to look fabulous, not overdone or silly. Once you’ve found a reputable practitioner, try to listen to their guidance and trust them when they tell you you’ve hit your target.
4. Consider the effect you really want
Sometimes people don’t put much thought into the type of enhancement they desire. They think of the procedure as a one-size-fits-all treatment where the desired result is always to be bigger. That may be true for many, but for others, balancing asymmetry, improving proportion of one lip, defining borders or smoothing away fine lines could be the goal. Carefully consider what you want before scheduling a consultation, then let your injector know what you envision. It can be helpful to bring “wish pics” but ensure that the person in the picture shares anatomical traits with you. If their natural lips are entirely different from yours, then comparing yourself will not be useful.
5. Pay attention to the possible risks your injector informs you of
Though problems arising after Toronto lip injections are rare when carried out by a skilled professional, you need to know the realities of potential risks. These may include bleeding and bruising in the area, development of a cold sore or very rarely, allergic reaction. It’s helpful to know that hyaluronidase is a substance used to dissolve HA immediately and your injector will have that on hand if needed. Ensure that your doctoruses a brand-new sealed syringe in plain view and your treatment area is clean and professional.
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Selecting A Lip Product That Suits You Best
6. Consider different types of cosmetic filler
Today we have so much choice for lip products that the options may seem overwhelming. The good thing about variety is that there is a product developed to suit almost every person or specific need. Hyaluronic acid formulations are the most commonly used and safe Toronto lip filler options. Examples include Juvederm, Voluma, Volbella,and Restylane which are available in a variety of consistencies to create different effects. They’ll last between 6 to 24 months depending on the type,and the rate a person’s body metabolizes the product. Your expert injector will be happy to chat about your goalsso they can help you select a product that suits you best.
7. The procedure is quicker and easier than you think
The appointment, including consultation, will usually take less than an hour. Depending on how much product you have injected, you could even be in and out in 30 minutes. Unlike many cosmetic treatments, the effects from dermal filler can be seen instantly. Mild swelling is expected,and that may last between 24-48 hours, so you’ll need to be patient for a day or so to see your final results. Your injector may advise you to massage the product in gently,and you’ll find that it feels firm for a few days. There’s no downtime or time off work required which is one reason the treatment is so appealing.
The Temporary Nature of Dermal Fillers
8. You might want to avoid application of numbing creams
9. Proceed with caution when enticed by discount deals
10. Lip filler isn’t permanent
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