LIP FILLERS IN OREM, UTAH

Discover a more youthful you with Sculpted MD! Our expert cosmetic estheticians use dermal fillers and other treatments to smooth wrinkles, improve facial proportions, and correct age-related volume loss. Achieve a harmonious, refreshed appearance without surgery. Book your free consultation today and see the difference!

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Understanding Your Filler Options

There are many fillers to choose from, and sometimes it can be difficult to determine which filler is right for you. Here are a few tips to point you in the right direction. Don’t worry, though, because our cosmetic estheticians will evaluate each patient in person, determine their specific cosmetic concerns, provide a list of recommendations, and create a customized cosmetic treatment plan. Sculpted MD offers all of the latest FDA-approved dermal fillers and is always adding newer fillers to our clinic as they are approved.

What Areas On The Face Are Fillers Used To Treat?

Our cosmetic estheticians are experts in facial aesthetics. We use advanced injection techniques based on years of training and experience and may inject areas on the face not typically injected by the amateur or untrained injector. Here is a list of areas we may address with fillers:

How Long Do The Results From Fillers Last?

Certainly! Sculpted MD emphasizes the importance of understanding that every patient's body reacts uniquely to fillers, influenced by various factors such as lifestyle habits and individual metabolism. They underscore the significance of maintenance treatments to sustain results over time and advocate for an at-home skincare routine comprising antioxidants, sunscreen, moisturizers, and retinol to complement filler treatments. Providing detailed guidelines for filler longevity, Sculpted MD outlines specific durations for various products, noting variations based on facial areas with different levels of movement. For instance, filler injected into the lips may break down faster due to increased mobility compared to regions like the under eyes, cheeks, and temples, where filler tends to last longer. Moreover, Sculpted MD acknowledges that their suggested durations might deviate from those stated by filler manufacturers, based on their own clinical experience and observations with patients. This insight reflects their commitment to offering personalized and informed care tailored to individual needs and responses.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Lip fillers typically consist of hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in the body.

The results of lip fillers can last anywhere from 6 to 12 months, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors.

Yes, when administered by a licensed and experienced practitioner, lip fillers are generally considered safe. However, there are potential risks and side effects to be aware of.

Most patients experience minimal discomfort during the procedure, often described as a slight pinch or sting. Topical anesthetics can be used to minimize pain.

The process involves a consultation, followed by the application of a numbing agent, and then the filler is injected into the lips. The entire procedure typically takes about 30 minutes.

After the procedure, patients might experience swelling, bruising, and tenderness. These side effects usually subside within a few days. It’s advised to avoid strenuous activity and extreme temperatures for at least 24 hours.

While most people can get lip fillers, certain conditions and health factors may contraindicate their use. It’s essential to discuss your medical history with your practitioner.

The cost varies depending on the practitioner, location, and amount of filler used. On average, lip filler treatments can range from $500 to $2,000 per session.

 

Yes, there are various brands and formulations of hyaluronic acid fillers. Your practitioner can recommend the best type based on your goals and anatomy.

Common side effects include swelling, bruising, and tenderness. Rare but serious risks can include infection, allergic reactions, and lumps or asymmetry.