Lip Augmentation is More Popular Than Ever
If you have the impression that more and more people are receiving cosmetic treatments for their lips these days, you’re not imagining it. According to a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of lip augmentations received by persons 18 to 55 years and older increased 50 percent between in the past decade.
Can They Be Reversed?
Unlike a nose job, lip augmentation is not permanent. If you’re not pleased with the way you look, you won’t have to live with it forever. Over time, the fillers are slowly shed by the body. For exceptional results that appear natural, it is imperative that your lip enhancement procedure is performed by a skilled professional – you want your lips to look full and attractive, not overfilled and odd. An injection can be used to reverse the results of some lip fillers.
Low Risk, But Not No Risk
Lip augmentation is not associated with any serious medical risks, but health risks are not the only risks you may want to consider.
Although lip augmentation is a temporary solution, it’s not easy to hide your mouth during a normal day at work or play. Never take a chance with lip augmentation – ensure you have the treatment from a highly-skilled professional who performs the augmentation with great care and is recognized for his ability to create truly natural-looking results. For patients in New York, there’s no better choice than Dr. Kwak.
Cost of Lip Augmentation
Over time, our lips may become thin and hollow, necessitating in enhancement. The lip augmentation treatment is a minimally-invasive, non-surgical treatment that is extremely helpful in improving the shape and structure of the lips.
A conventional lip augmentation procedure can cost anywhere between $500 and $2,000 per session depending on the following factors:
- Number of sessions needed
- Extensiveness of the treatment
- Clinic visited
- Experience and skill of the doctor
- Type and quantity of dermal fillers used
At our New York ESK MD center, we use both the Restylane and Juvederm dermal fillers, in addition to silicone injections to perform the treatment. We accept medical insurance from all major providers. If you’d like to know more about our financing options, feel free to contact a member of our team.