Full hydrated lips with premium dermal fillers performed by a highly experienced Doctor in our boutique clinic.

My, what beautiful lips you have!

Scrolling through your instagram feed, you can easily see beautiful full lips are everywhere.

Your lips are the first thing people will notice, they are by far the most defining feature of your face.

As we age we loose volume. This makes your lips appear thinner and wrinkled. Dermal fillers can help restore your lips to what they were. Fuller and well hydrated.

Cosmetic lip dermal injections, can enhance your natural lips. Adding definition and volume.

You deserve a Beautiful smile. Let us enhance what you already have.

Get fuller lips with our soft dermal fillers

Our Plan for you

1. Call now for a consultation on 1300 370 307

2. Sit down with our Doctor to discuss treatment

3. Receive your dermal lip filler treatment

4. Walk out of the clinic with a big smile and luscious lips

Dermal lip fillers, how it is done

Our doctors use a premium Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers from a leading brand.

Once injected, the gel in the filler supports and shapes the tissue of the lips. The benefits of using this dermal filler is the control of product used, bumps are easily dissolved, less bruising, results last for a reasonable amount of time, allergic reaction is unlikely.

The procedure is used to help men as well as women of all ages.

This Dermal filler gives you a natural, soft result. Lasting 12 to 18 months.

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You attend your appointment with our Doctor.
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You relax in our soothing treatment room.
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Numbing cream is applied for your comfort.
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Once the numbing cream has taking full effect your treatment will begin.
You can expect some mild swelling of the lips immediately following the procedure, however this will subside after a 1-2 days, leaving you with soft, natural, plump lips.

Call now for a consultation on 1300 370 307

"Dermal fillers, muscle relaxants and medical grade skin treatments. Helping you regain & sustain a more youthful appearance."

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