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Lip injections Utah – Fuller, silkier, smooth, natural-looking lips!

Full lips can create an immediate and lasting first impression and can greatly enhance your overall youth and beauty. Some people simply have naturally thin lips and just want to achieve a fuller appearance. Other people have noticed their lips thinning over time and may also have seen vertical lip lines become more noticeable. Whatever your needs are, at Aesthetica, we have a variety of lip injection options available to enhance lip fullness with little to no downtime.

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    Dermal filler options available at Aesthetica to help make your lips look fuller, younger and more defined: 

    • Juvederm is probably the most common hyaluronic acid filler used to add more fullness and plump thin lips. Juvederm can make your lips look more pronounced, hydrated, and voluminous for up to an entire year.
    • Vollure XC is a new dermal filler that delivers soft, subtle results. Vollure is approved by the FDA to last up to 18 months.
    • Volbella XC – is tailored to add subtle volume to the lips and smooth the appearance of vertical lip lines commonly known as smoker lines. used for thinning lips and vertical lip lines and definition.
    • Restylane Silk – is a dermal filler approved by the FDA specifically designed for lip augmentation and the smoothing of wrinkles around the mouth.

    Lip injections at Aesthetica start at only $400. Call us at (801) 785-8884 to schedule a complimentary consultation.

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    How long do lip injections last?

    The duration of lip injections varies depending on the type of filler used. Some fillers like Juvederm last for up to 12 months whereas other fillers like Vollure can last up to 18 months. 

    How long does the lip injection treatment take?

    Lip injections are a quick and simple procedure. During your appointment, our Nurse Injector will discuss your desired outcomes as well as answer any questions you may have. Then, prior to treatment, she will give you the option of either numbing cream or ice to make lip injections more comfortable for you. The entire process takes about 30-45 minutes including paperwork, numbing, and the actual treatment. 

    Are lip injections painful?

    We offer complimentary topical numbing prior to treatment. This numbing cream is applied for approximately 20 minutes. We also recommend using ice prior and post lip injections to minimize swelling. 

    What is the recovery like after lip injections?

    Although there is no downtime for lip injections, some patients may experience mild swelling, bruising, redness, and tenderness after the treatment. Patients should schedule lip injections 2 weeks prior to any big event to allow enough time for the lips to heal completely. We also recommend patients avoid manipulating their lips for 24-48 hours following lip injections. 

    How much are lip injections in Utah?

    The cost of lip injections varies depending on the filler used. During your initial consultation, one of our Nurse Practitioner Injectors will inquire about your concerns and recommend the best filler to help you achieve your desired results. After that, the cost depends on how much product they use. The cost per syringe of lip filler at Aesthetica ranges from $400 to $650. 

    How can I save on dermal fillers at Aesthetica?

    Unique to Aesthetica is our Loyalty Membership program. Aesthetica Loyalty Memberships are free and also offer discounts on almost everything we offer at Aestehtica.  Depending on which Loyalty membership you sign up for you can save anywhere from $50-$100 on every syringe of dermal filler. Our Loyalty Memberships also offer discounts on plastic surgery with our Medical Director Dr. Kimball M. Crofts. Additionally, we participate in Brilliant Distinctions to offer our patients discounts on Juvederm fillers and Botox.

    *Results and patient experience my vary. All patients require medical assessment by our Medical Director or a Nurse Practitioner prior to treatment.