Want full lips, but aren’t sure where to start? Look no further. Fillers such as Juvederm® and Restylane® Silk have made it easier than ever to get perfect lips while still maintaining a natural appearance. These fillers can be used to target deeper lines in the face and result in a plumping of the skin that creates a youthful glow.

Juvederm®

Juvederm in Los AngelesJuvederm® is a unique treatment due to its proprietary cross-linking and concentration of Hyaluronic Acid, which allows for a smoother result for the patient and longevity of results. Additionally, the acid is largely made up of a naturally occurring sugar in the body, so no skin testing is required before treatment. Juvederm® excels at maintaining hydration, further improving results from treatment. Even as Juvederm® metabolizes in the body water retention is increased so that results are durable and last as long as 12 months. However, this is not without minor swelling after treatment that could last as long as two weeks.

Restylane in Los AngelesRestylane®

Lip tissue is different from the skin on the rest of the face. The soft tissue of the lips is constantly stressed by how we move our mouths: eating, talking, laughing. As the first FDA-approved product specifically designed for lip augmentations, the smooth gel formulation of Restylane Silk allows us to bring subtle enhancements, allowing for a more natural appearance. Results can last for as long as six months. <NOTE: Please insert Restylane brand logo>

There are many additional options when it comes to achieving fuller lips. If you’d like to learn about other treatments or schedule a consultation, contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics at 424-334-3114. Rejuva Medical Aesthetics is located in Los Angeles, CA and serves patients located in the United States and internationally.

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