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Dermal Fillers for Plumper Lips

Nothing is as attractive as a set of full, kissable lips. If your pout isn’t measuring up, don’t despair. The team at Medweight, Lasers & Wellness Centers in Irvine, California, can plump up your lips safely and effectively to give you the soft, luscious lips you’ve been dreaming of.

Our highly skilled providers are experts in the field of injectables, and they can use dermal fillers to enhance your beauty and give you plumper lips.

Why do my lips look thinner?

You may have never had the full, pouty lips you’ve always wanted. But even if your lips were plump in your younger years, as you age, your lips can lose some of their natural fullness. 

Thinning lips happen to everyone, because the production of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance that helps keep your lips full, declines as you age. What’s more? As you get older, your body also produces less collagen, which helps keep your lips firm.   

How can dermal fillers plump up my lips?

In the past, women turned to fat injections, collagen, and implants to get pouty lips. But these options have risky side effects, and the results aren’t always reliable. Today, women looking to safely and effectively enhance the shape, structure, and volume of their lips are turning to dermal fillers made with hyaluronic acid fillers. 

At Medweight, Lasers & Wellness Centers, our highly skilled team offers a complete lineup of dermal fillers, including those most frequently used to plump up lips, such as those from the Juvederm® family. 

Juvederm uses the same hyaluronic acid that’s found in your body to add volume and juicy plumpness to your lips. You can also combine treatments from our full line of services to soften lines, contour your cheeks or jawline, minimize wrinkles, and get smoother, softer skin. 

No matter which areas you’re hoping to enhance, the compassionate team at Medweight, Lasers & Wellness Centers can help you find a treatment to meet your goals. 

What results can I expect with dermal fillers?

You don’t have to worry about overly plump lips with hyaluronic acid fillers. Our team controls your lip volume, and we’ll gradually increase the dose until you achieve your desired pout. 

Immediately after treatment, you may notice some temporary bumps. Rest easy knowing that they will go away quickly. It’s also good to know that hyaluronic fillers leave little bruising or swelling compared to other lip-enhancing options.  

Your plumper lips will last 6-9 months, depending on which filler you choose. If you want to keep your pout, you can add additional injections to keep your lips kissable all year long. 

Before treatment, your provider will evaluate your overall health and discuss your lip enhancement goals. Then, your provider will create a treatment plan customized for you. 

If you’re ready to put your best pout forward, our team at Medweight, Lasers & Wellness Centers can help. To learn more, book an appointment over the phone today.

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