Best Lip Laser

Best New Lip Laser

Used to enhance the shape or size of lips, lip plumping or lip augmentation has become a popular cosmetic procedure in recent years. 

Typically, hyaluronic acid lip fillers, which are injections that can be administered with a needle, are the most common way to enhance the lips, but some people may prefer a more gentle approach to filling the lips. If that’s the case for you, you may be interested in a temporary lip-plumping procedure that uses the Fotona laser.

Fotona Laser

Instead of using needles, laser-assisted lip plumping using the Fotona laser offers patients a modern way to increase volume in the lips without injections, pain, and downtime. 

The latest type of treatment is known as Fotona SMOOTH Mode, which can enhance the size of the lips while also shrinking and tightening the skin around the lips in the same treatment. 

As with all types of laser treatments, however, treatments using the Fotona laser only provide temporary results. However, it can be a smart option for someone looking to obtain a more youthful and fuller look. 

Given that our skin loses elasticity as we age, we often begin to lose firmness and tightness. The Fotona laser, however, allows patients to target the skin tissue surrounding the mouth to obtain a fuller look.

Below, we answer some of the most common questions associated with this procedure. 

How Does Laser Plumping Work?

This procedure works by sending thermally induced laser heat to the lip area. The Fotona laser, which is a non-ablative and gentle laser treatment can target various areas and is used to firm the skin around the lips, which then provides a tighter and fuller look. The heat coming from the laser also increases the production of collagen by restoring stretch to the targeted area. 

What Do The Treatments Feel Like?

During this procedure, no anesthetic or numbing is required and treatments can be done in less than 30 minutes. The treatment requires no downtime, although patients may feel some heat on the lips following it, but that typically goes away within an hour. 

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

To maintain results, patients will require treatments once a month for the first three months and then once every three months.

If you’re interested in learning more about this treatment or in scheduling a consultation, please feel free to reach out to us at A New You Aesthetics today.  

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