Avoiding lip filler migration starts with proper planning. It's vital to choose a qualified injector with a deep understanding of facial anatomy and injection techniques to ensure the filler is injected in the right location and at the proper depth. Read up on potential injectors' or clinics' credentials online first.
Is it common for lip filler to migrate?
Although lip filler migration is uncommon, it can occur. The likelihood of migration depends significantly on outside factors such as dosage and practitioner experience.
Does kissing cause lip filler to migrate?
In addition, the pressure from massaging or kissing can potentially cause the filler to migrate, leading to unevenness or the filler traveling past the upper lip. Your lips may be a bit tender and swollen too, so minimize pressure whenever possible.
Why has my lip filler disappeared after 2 days?
Over time, as facial movement increases in areas like the lips or cheeks, it causes the filler to break down and dissolve at a quicker rate. This makes the filler disappear faster in more active areas of the face.
Will migrated lip filler eventually go away?
No need to panic as treating lip filler migration is a very simple process. As lip filler is not permanent, a simple approach is just to avoid any further lip filler treatments until your body has time to break down some of the migrated filler.
Why is my filler above my lip?
The most common reasons why fillers migrate include: Incorrect Filler Placement – Lip filler migration can occur when injections are placed too close together. When not spaced properly, the filler can cause the lip tissue to be filled too quickly, forcing the product to migrate.