Lip Augmentation & Wrinkle Correction @ Visage

About Medical Aesthetic Practitioner


Our Advanced Medical Aesthetic Practitioner Nada is Fully trained and certified Nurse Aesthetic Practitioner with valid NMBI Registration.

Bridal Guide: What you need to know about Lip Injections F.A.Q.


What kind of injectables would you suggest to brides who want fuller lips for the wedding?
I would recommend hyaluronic acid dermal fillers (Restylane and Juvaderm are two of the most well-known and trusted brands). They’re a great option 

because they give a soft, natural feel; plus, they can be reversed if you decide you’re not happy with the results

From whom should I get my injections? 
Look for a board-certified physician who has training and experience in injectables and facial anatomy — usually a Doctor, Dentist or registered Nurse is best. Expert Injector - physicians who are board-certified and have plenty of experience.

If I’m thinking about injections, should I test them out before my wedding?
Definitely, you should try them ahead of time to make sure that you will like the way you look on your wedding.  It’s always best to take a conservative approach and start on lower dosages to avoid looking fake and overdone — you can always increase your dosage next time if you decide you want a more dramatic look. Lip fillers can last anywhere between 4 and 12 months, so keep that in mind as you’re planning your timeline.

How long before my wedding should I get injections? 
The sooner, the better! You’ll want to start as early as you can so you can have an idea of what options are available to you. Plus, you’ll want to plan ahead and be picture-perfect for all the events leading up to the big day. Just make sure you get your injections more than a month before the wedding — that way you’ll have plenty of time for any swelling or bruising to subside.