Plump and volumise for truly kissable lips
Over time our lips tend to lose volume and can flatten with loss of their original natural volume they can start soften and appear lower with more fine lines around the lips. Many of us can also be born with relatively small lips which can be out of balance or less flattering. Particularly for women, the lips can be a symbol of femininity and optimal shaped and volumised lips enhance natural beauty and attractiveness.
Rejuvenate natural loss of volume & increased beautification of your face
Longer-acting HA-fillers, apply Phi Golden Ratio to give natural results
Gold standard FDA-approved fillers with ‘no-needle cannula technique’ facial specialist expertise
6-12 months (exact duration varies from person-to-person)
Quantity dependent, average quantity 1-2 vials of filler
Special topical anaesthesia, cannula technique, minimal discomfort
Mild redness, swelling (1-5 days), occasional bruising
Most patients normal activity the next day
Fillers to chin & lips, skin rejuvenation
We offer long-term surgical enhancement (lip implants)
Optimal lip shape is characterized by several properties:
Advanced dermal fillers can be used to enhance and re-volumise the lips, help replenish thinning, and work to build up more balanced lips. Although different HA-filler products can be used, several products have characteristics that particularly favour enhancing lips, for a flattering and natural look which lasts (including Voluma, Volbella, and Restylane). At The Centre, we believe in Natural Rejuvenation, lips need to suit your face and for some patients, treatment is also required in the area around your mouth. Lips shrink with age, strengthening the top lip with subtle enhancement can improve the overall appearance of the lower part of the face. There are different types of results to be achieved: lip enhancement and lip rejuvenation (lipstick bleed lines and drooping corners). For some patients you may need to have more than one type of treatment to get the result you are looking for.
At The Centre, we specialise in natural-looking results. We believe in a natural augmentation of the lip area. Our aestheticians have pioneered research in the area of facial beauty and this has been published in the mainstream media and multiple TV channels. We have also developed the application of the Phi Golden Ratio (used in many of the most famous Renaissance paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci) to the human face and we have multiple trained specialists at The Centre to apply the principles of this facial balance and beautification technique. At The Centre, we have treated many Celebrities and A-Listers with these techniques to enhance natural beauty, a term we describe as Beautification of the Face, enhancing the natural Phi Golden Ratio Lines. Of key importance with filler rejuvenation is avoiding excessive filler use as this no longer looks natural or beautiful. The key application of filler in specific areas of the face differs depending on each individual’s facial characteristics. The application of lip filler is different in masculine and feminine faces. In women it is focused along the Phi Golden Ratio lines of the lips, in men, it focuses along the lines of the chin and jawline. The application of the Phi Golden Ratio proportions in your lips includes a relative balance of 1 to 1.616 from the upper lip to the lower lip, i.e. the lower lip should be fuller than the upper lip. If you have already had the treatment that has been excessive it may be necessary to dissolve the existing filler or wait for the filler to resolve. At The Centre, we specialise in natural-looking results.
We use a combination of treatments to minimise discomfort, these include the use of a powerful numbing local anaesthetic cream that is specially made for The Centre. We use state-of-the-art cannula (no needle) technique to minimise discomfort.
We use fillers that have incorporated anaesthetic into the injectable fillers to increase patient comfort. At The Centre, we use additional numbing and vibration devises that use the Nobel Prize-winning research on ‘The Gate Control Theory of Pain” to minimise discomfort. At The Centre, we take the above measures to ensure most patients only experience minor discomfort.
Studies on safety of fillers have reported filler treatments as relatively safe with few side effects when completed by trained specialists. Recorded adverse events are usually minor including temporary injection site redness for less than three days. Patients may occasionally report temporary symptoms of redness, swelling, discomfort, lumps-bumpy changes, bruising, itching or change in colour. Infection is very rare however it is important that the treatment is completed in a CQC registered site (Care Quality Commission) and sterile precautions when having filler treatments. At The Centre all treatments are completed in our specialist Facial Clinic on Harley Street. Serious side effects such as damage to the skin (termed Necrosis) or damage to vision have very rarely been reported. Our staff has pioneered the teaching of other doctors to avoid these serious issues in both National and International Conferences since 2012. Fillers are currently lacking from regulation, which remains a controversy in the UK. Precautions can be taken with competent practitioners to avoid these serious complications.
We use a combination of treatments to focus on a natural rejuvenation that is both safe and long-lasting. Over the last 5-years, fillers have become more and more popular as both the product has reached new levels of quality and safety and our techniques and skills at using them have matured with experience. Our team has been using non-surgical treatments with patients for over ten years. At The Centre we believe that it is important to avoid potential issues, we believe that there are certain products that are associated with higher risks, including permanent and semi-permanent fillers. In some patients, this can result in long-term issues. In addition, a number of highly marked products have shown to have minimal results, many patients have come to us disappointed by the lack of results from treatments including Thermage, Ultherapy and thread lifts. At The Centre we do not offer any of these treatments which have minimal results.
Some patients may have a facial anatomy which is characterised by marked thinning of the lips and these patients are better suited to a surgical correction including a lip implant.