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Lip Enhancement
iDental




General Dental Clinic | Cosmetic Results








Lip Enhancement
iDental

General Dental Clinic | Cosmetic Results


..Lip Enhancement
..natural volume & shape

Some of us never had lip volume. Others have lost the volume they once had. Whatever the reason, lips are the centre of every conversation and every smile. Restoring and enhancing lips is very important to the overall proportion of our face.

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The lips we create at Dermal Distinction are natural and within proportion. Our advanced cosmetic injector, Dr Giulia D'Anna is a dentist. This means that the entire team is geared towards truly understanding lips and the best shape to create for you. Additionally all our enhancements are performed using dental anaesthetic so they are completely comfortable.

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What are lip fillers made of?
Lip filler, or dermal filler, are made from a natural sugar molecule that is found in skin and lips. Our dermal filler products are high grade medical products that are TGA-listed.
The lip filler enhancement will integrate with your own tissues so that they feel and look natural. The filler is gradually broken down by your own normal metabolic processes.
What are the costs?
The cost of lip filler will vary with your needs. Most people need at least 1ml of filler, and this is $550.

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What is the process?
Step one: You will have an in-person consultation with Dr D'Anna about your lip enhancement procedure.
Step two: Dental anaesthesia is used around the lips so that you are completely comfortable with treatment (no ineffective creams, ice or jumping or tears!)
Step three: Using the gentlest cannula technique, Dr D'Anna will enhance your lips, keeping the proportions natural and the result lump free. Although a small possibility, bruising uncommon.
Step four: One week after treatment, Dr D'Anna will review the result, and make sure your result is natural and lump free.

capillary treatment sclerotherapy clear skin pigmentation cosmelan melasma

Some of us never had lip volume. Others have lost the volume they once had. Whatever the reason, lips are the centre of every conversation and every smile. Restoring and enhancing lips is very important to the overall proportion of our face.

The lips we create at Dermal Distinction are natural and within proportion. Our advanced cosmetic injector, Dr Giulia D'Anna is a dentist. This means that the entire team is geared towards truly understanding lips and the best shape to create for you. Additionally all our enhancements are performed using dental anaesthetic so they are completely comfortable.

cosmetic skin clinic balwyn north

What are lip fillers made of?
Lip filler, or dermal filler, are made from a natural sugar molecule that is found in skin and lips. Our dermal filler products are high grade medical products that are TGA-listed.
The lip filler enhancement will integrate with your own tissues so that they feel and look natural. The filler is gradually broken down by your own normal metabolic processes.

What are the costs?
The cost of lip filler will vary with your needs. Most people need at least 1ml of filler, and this is $550.

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What is the process?

Step one: You will have an in-person consultation with Dr D'Anna about your lip enhancement procedure.
Step two: Dental anaesthesia is used around the lips so that you are completely comfortable with treatment (no ineffective creams, ice or jumping or tears!)
Step three: Using the gentlest cannula technique, Dr D'Anna will enhance your lips, keeping the proportions natural and the result lump free. Although a small possibility, bruising uncommon.
Step four: One week after treatment, Dr D'Anna will review the result, and make sure your result is natural and lump free.

..Our patients
..real results, real patients
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