LIP FILLERS PONTELAND
LIP FILLERS PONTELAND – BEAUTIFUL RESULTS
Are you looking for natural-looking lip fillers in Ponteland? We offer safe and affordable, doctor-administered lip fillers at our clinic in Ponteland in Newcastle upon Tyne. We have customers travel to us from all over the North East including Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland, Ponteland, Washington, and Tynemouth due to our good reputation.
Are you interested in Lip Enhancement? Book your Appointment for Lip Fillers at our Ponteland Clinic
Get Beautiful Lips with Aesthetic Lip Enhancement at our Ponteland Clinic
The natural ageing process changes the appearance of your face over time. So what happens to our lips? Where does the lip volume go? The bone that supports your lips gets reabsorbed into the body, without its support, your upper lip may appear thinner and flatter.
Getting plumper lips you’ll love is achievable. Facial fillers can not only smooth wrinkles around the mouth, but they can also make them fuller, more symmetrical, and more noticeable. Filling your marionette and bar lines around your mouth gives a younger appearance and a smoother look.
LIP FILLER PRICES
Lip fillers are priced by the vial. We can advise how many ml lip filler you will need to achieve the best looks for your lips.
Lip Flip £200
0.7 ML lip filler £250
1ML lip filler £299
Lip Filler Dissolving £250
Lip Filler CONSULTATION PROCESS
Every treatment starts with a 1:1 consultation with a friendly and fully qualified doctor to determine the best treatment plan for your concern.
Your safety is our priority, we ensure your safety at all times. We offer a wide range of aesthetic services including Botox, Lip Fillers, Dermal Fillers, IV Vitamin Therapy, PRP Facials, PRP for Hair Loss, Microneedling, Profhilo, Fat dissolving injections and Alumiers Skincare.
We pride ourselves on treating our patients with high-quality products and technology, safely and effectively. Call us to arrange your Lip Filler Treatment at our Newcastle Clinic.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LIP FILLERS
Are Lip Fillers Painful?
Everyone asks whether the treatment is painful or not. We have read horror stories and seen images of results gone wrong circulating on Facebook or Instagram. If you are getting your lip fillers from an experienced doctor/nurse, you probably won’t feel a thing. You might feel a sharp sensation during the procedure.
Our qualified injectors follow proper preparation procedures and advanced injection techniques that ensure you are comfortable during the lip fillers treatment.
Numbing cream and a local anaesthetic are used to make the whole process painless as much as possible. If you have low pain tolerance, we can suggest some tips that can help you prepare for a lip filler treatment.
Most fillers contain a local anaesthetic to provide pain relief during the procedure although we may apply a topical anaesthetic cream or ice prior to treatment to numb the skin. The procedure may be uncomfortable but is not usually painful.
How long do lip fillers last?
Several types of dermal fillers are used for lip augmentation. The popular options in the market Juvéderm/Teoxane/Belote
Do Lip Fillers Affect Kissing?
Kissing may not be advisable for a couple of days because your lips would be sore and swollen for the first 24 to 48 hours. we advise against touching your lips with your fingers because the fillers have not yet fully settled. There is a risk of infection and migration of lip filler around other parts of your face. Any pressure on the lips after Treatment may also lead to excessive bruising, lumpiness, and excessive swelling.
But once you’ve recovered, rest assured that they will feel fresh and look natural.
Because lip fillers are designed to mimic the softness, and sensitivity of the natural lips, anyone you’d kiss wouldn’t have a clue that you had a lip filler treatment unless you tell them yourself.
How Much Does It Cost to Get Lip Fillers?
Treatment costs range from £200-£300.
Then saying you get what you pay for is applicable when it comes to lip filler treatments. Never choose cheap options that would potentially compromise the result and your own safety. Don’t put yourself at risk of botched lips, infections, lip tissue necrosis and other serious complications.
Can I use Straw after Lip fillers?
Another common lip filler question that we get asked quite often is whether it’s safe to use a straw after the treatment. Avoid sipping on a straw or hot liquid because your lips will still be numb and swollen and put you at risk of hurting or embarrassing yourself.
How Much Lip Filler Should You Get?
Dr Matla focuses on developing a personalised treatment for each patient, reflecting your own personal goals and concerns. He offers the latest techniques to ensure his patients a comfortable and speedy recovery.
The amount of dermal filler product required varies per client and depending on the aesthetic goals as well. In other words, how thin your lips are to begin with and how much augmentation you’re after. We would advise you to start with a small dose for a subtle effect and add gradually instead of injecting a huge dose the first time.
Are Lip Fillers Dangerous?
Like most cosmetic treatments, lip fillers can be minimally invasive and involves risks. Is it safe? All treatments carry a degree of risk. All risks and complications will be discussed with you at the consultation and prior to any treatment being agreed.
Dermal fillers should be administered by a healthcare professional with specialist training. Adverse events are uncommon, usually occur within a few days and are expected to be temporary, usually resolving spontaneously within weeks. We will provide aftercare advice designed to minimise risk and promote speedy recovery from any expected side effects.
Save yourself from the unsightly and painful consequences of a botched lip filler procedure. Choose a qualified experienced doctor/nurse.
What are the side effects of lip fillers?
Side effects from lip fillers can include:
- Tissue loss
Am I suitable for Lip fillers?
Dr.Matla will take a detailed medical history and an assessment of your needs and expectations to ensure this is an appropriate treatment for you.
- Dermal fillers cannot be used in pregnant or breast-feeding women.
- Not suitable if you are currently taking certain medicines, particularly drugs that affect the immune system.
- If you have previously experienced adverse reactions to dermal fillers or local anaesthetic.
- Treatment is not recommended if you are suffering from any skin infection in or near the treatment area or are unwell in any way.
- Not suitable for patients with bleeding problems.
- If you are currently or have recently completed a course of Roaccutane (acne treatment) in the last 18 months.
Do Lip Fillers Change Your Smile?
Yes. Lip fillers can change your natural smile if not done properly. When too much lip filler is injected, it can look weird and unnatural.
Can You Drink Alcohol After Lip Fillers?
No. Stay away from alcohol before and after getting your lip filler injections. Alcohol can increase your risk of bleeding and bruising complications.
Do Your Lips Feel Hard After Lip Fillers?
It is common for filled lips to feel stiff and firm during the first two weeks after the injection. Everything will go back to normal once the swelling has subsided. If your lips are still hard and painful, arrange a review appointment.
How Long After Lip Fillers Can I Wear Lipstick?
Ideally, you wait until two to three days post-treatment before putting on make-up. Be gentle and extra careful, try to avoid excessive pressure on your newly filled lips, so you don’t disturb and move around the product.
What Helps Lip Fillers Heal Faster?
After getting your lip injection, your doctor will provide you with a list of post-treatment care steps that you should follow to speed up your recovery.
- Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
- Apply an ice pack on your lips but be careful not to apply pressure.
- Avoid taking blood-thinning medicines and supplements, such as ibuprofen and aspirin.
- Skip smoking or getting exposed to second-hand smoke.
- Say no to spicy foods.
- Eat healthy and nutritious fruits and vegetables with lots of antioxidants and minerals.
- Stop eating fast food and junk foods. They are loaded with sodium that can make you more dehydrated.
- Do not do rigorous physical activities that involve heavy lifting or sweating.
Can I Fly After Getting Lip Fillers?
No. It’s strongly discouraged for patients to board on a flight at least 1-2 weeks after getting Lip fillers especially right after when the product has not yet settled completely. Wait for at least a couple of weeks after getting your lip fillers before flying. It’s around the same time when the bruising and swelling has completely cleared up as well.
Any advice before treatment?
All makeup will need to be removed prior to the procedure, attend ‘fresh faced’ if possible. Contamination with make-up can cause infection.
Taking the following within 72 hours of treatment may increase your risk of bruising – Alcohol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, St. John’s Wort, Fish oils, Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamins C and E.
Do cancel if you are at all unwell, even minor coughs and colds can increase your risk of post treatment complications.
Reschedule if you think you have or are developing a cold sore. Treatment around the mouth can trigger or spread cold sore infections. If you are prone to developing cold sores, then it is important to inform doctor as we prescribe some prophylactic medication.
Do contact the clinic to discuss any illness or new medicines prior to attending.
Any advice After treatment?
Most people can continue with normal activities. Some will have some redness, pinprick marks, swelling following a lip treatment which should settle within a few days. Cold packs may be advised to help alleviate swelling and arnica may be recommended to reduce bruising.
The doctor will provide you with aftercare advice.
Bruising and swelling may be more apparent the next day and can take up to 14 days to disappear. Tenderness should settle within 48 hours.
After lip filler procedure it is expected that you will see an improvement straight away although due to initial swelling, the product may feel hard or lumpy or asymmetrical immediately afterwards.
The results are best judged at a 2-week review appointment.
Make-up should not be worn for 12 hours’ and the skin should be kept clean, with a normal cleansing. Do not use cleansing wipes which may irritate the skin.
- Avoid extremes of heat or cold, vigorous exercise and massage (unless specifically asked to do so) on the day of treatment.
- Avoid sunbathing and extremes of heat for 14 days as this has been shown to increase and prolong swelling.
Lip Filler testimonials
"I would highly recommend Dr. Matla! I’ve had Botox and lip filler and I am so happy with the results. Dr. Matla is so knowledgeable and immediately puts you at ease. Will absolutely be returning." Lauren Mead - Botox and Lip Fillers Newcastle
"I have always disliked my lips and felt like my top lip was barely visible - I went to Dr. Matla and he has done an amazing job and gave me the results of what I dreamed of. I highly recommend him. He always does such a fabulous job. Thanks again" Nikki McCready- Lip Fillers Newcastle
"Dr. Matla is highly professional and very knowledgeable, he talked me through the whole procedure, I was very impressed with the clinic and hygiene and will return in the near future." Beverley Johnston - Lip Fillers Newcastle
"Visited Dr Matlas clinic last week for lip fillers. The journey from start to finish was amazing. The service and care that was provided was second to none. Jordan, his fabulous assistant puts you at ease while Dr Matla carries out his artistry. You are made to feel like a VIP at every visit!I highly recommend Dr Matla and would not look any further." Rebecca Carr
How to find us
If you are arriving by car, there is free private parking on clinic site. There is also free parking on the street for 2 hours.
Train travel to our Jesmond Clinic is easy from Durham Railway Station.
If you are coming by Metro, we are only 0.1 miles from Jesmond metro station. 1.9 miles from Newcastle central station. 1.2 miles from Newcastle.
Northumberland street. 1.5 miles from Eldon square shopping centre. 1 mile from Royal Victoria Infirmary Hospital. 1 mile from Newcastle University.