On average patients get 1 full syringe during their first appointment. If they want more after that, they can do so after their lips have healed. We have several patients get 1 syringe in their lips and come back a week or two later to get a second syringe.
How much filler can you put in your lips at once?
Lips. Most commonly, just 1 syringe is used for augmenting the lips, regardless of the type of filler you use. Occasionally, we will build up to 2 or even 3 syringes in the lips for a patient, but this is usually an older patient who has lost some of the definition and structure in the lips, as well as volume.
How many ml of lip filler can you get in one session?
Most clients require around 1 ml to achieve their ideal lip shape and fullness (the industry standard is one syringe, or 1 ml, per lip filler session). If you are not satisfied with the final look or lip filler results go wrong, rest assured that this mishap is fixable.
What is the maximum amount of lip fillers?
In each marking point, it is advised to inject no more than 0.05–0.1 ml of HA, and in each session, the maximum amount of HA should be no more than 1–1.5 ml.
What does 0.5 ml of filler look like?
Generally speaking, 0.5 ml of lip filler will provide subtle but noticeable results to the lips, with an average increase in volume of around 5-10%. This amount of product also tends to be ideal for those looking for natural-looking results without too much fullness or added volume to their lips.
How long does 1 mil lip filler last?
How long will lip filler last? The filler lasts the same amount of time as 1 ml – 8-12 months. However, remember that there is a much more subtle result with 0.5ml treatment, so it may appear as though your lips deflate quicker (although this isn't the case).