Does lip injections hurt?

Lip injections are usually quick and easy. Some patients feel mild discomfort or a slight pinch, but the pain is usually brief and manageable. Everyone's body is different, of course, and some people may experience more pain than others. The amount of filler injected can also affect the amount of pain you experience.

Thicker lips are becoming increasingly popular, but many patients wonder if lip fillers hurt. You may experience minor pain at the injection site. The pain should go away after 12 to 24 hours. You may not believe it, but the treatment isn't painful.

There are many horror stories where people have had to stop the procedure before treatment could be completed because the process was too painful. However, if the person administering the treatment is good, they won't feel pain. Generally speaking, lip fillers with hyaluronic acid don't feel very painful. If you can accept the pain of ordinary injections, lip augmentation will not make you feel unbearable.

When the nasolabial groove (the two lines that connect the upper lip to the nose) is enhanced, the upper lip will have more curvature and shape, making it look more sensual. My lower lip is naturally fuller than my upper lip (which has a fairly defined shape), and I always thought it would be nice to add some volume to the top to even things out. Traditionally, dermal fillers were injected with needles to pierce the skin and inject the substance into the subcutaneous tissue (the deepest layer of the skin). Fast forward about an hour and a half later, and I was walking back to my car (practically on cloud nine) with an ice pack attached to my lips and an increasingly puffy pot, thanks to a dose of subtle lip fillers.

He explained that it really wouldn't do much to my lips, he thought they were okay anyway, but he agreed that the upper lip could benefit from a little filler. Wheeler explained that since my lips are on the thinner side of the spectrum, it wouldn't be natural to inject a large amount of filler into them, especially in a single visit. The good news is that under normal circumstances, many people will feel that the second lip augmentation is much less painful than the first lip filler. The only real side effect you're likely to notice is some discomfort and some pain caused by bruising and swelling around the injection sites and areas around the lips.

If you have a BLT allergy, your healthcare provider may give you a nerve block injection to numb your lips. Dr. Minocha told me about the product he would use, in this case Emervel lips, which have the right viscosity for the lips and, since the formula is super soft, should give a nice and smooth finish. If you've been wondering how lip augmentation can help restore volume to your lips, reduce wrinkles and redefine the natural line of your lips, we'd love to help.

But, to put this into perspective, the mother of a friend, a Venezuelan plastic surgeon, injected liquid silicone into Ash's lips. Botox is injected into the center of the upper lip, relaxing the muscles and causing the inner part of the lip to “flip up”, creating a fuller appearance.